Get up-to-date reports on Canada’s art news including notable appointments and gallery shifts, as well as key award announcements as they happen.
The Ottawa Art Gallery and NSCAD University receive major donations, Toronto art advisor Lonti Ebers joins Bienal de São Paulo advisory board, Anne-Marie St-Jean Aubre named co-director at Darling…
Construction has begun on a 10,000-square-foot centre in Cape Dorset, Nunavut, that will offer artists’ studios in the region, known for its printmaking.
Mountain Forms by Lawren Harris is now the most expensive Canadian artwork ever sold at auction—beating out works by Paul Kane and Jeff Wall.
Rates of suicide among Inuit are a national tragedy. In a new 9-metre-long drawing, Elisapee Ishulutaq tries to address the issue.
This week, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts opened its new pavilion, Rita Letendre received the Prix Paul-Émile Borduas and the OAAG Awards were announced.
Canadian art historian Bogomila Welsh-Ovcharov has found herself at the centre of an international Van Gogh sketchbook controversy.
In March, Trudeau’s government announced $550 million in new funding for the Canada Council. Today, the Council revealed how it will be spent.
This week, 200 pieces of Indigenous art, worth around $7 million, were donated by an anonymous donor to the Museum of Anthropology at UBC in Vancouver.
Ken Lum, Chloe Wise, Brendan Fernandes and other Canadian artists and arts workers based in the USA share their initial reactions to the election result.