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.
This week, Montreal artist Isabelle Hayeur revealed she has won a small-claims court case against the Biennale de Montréal for removal of a work in 2014.
The first Heritage Minute ever to pay tribute to an Inuit artist takes on one of the greats—the late, world-renowned Kenojuak Ashevak.
An award-winning artist who roots his work in Inuit land and traditions is on hunger strike due to concerns about methylmercury poisoning risks.
Partners in Art has received $2 million to fund a cross-country art project featuring Rebecca Belmore, Raphaëlle de Groot, Ursula Johnson and more.
Three artists will be travelling, with shipping containers transformed into studios, across Canada to mark 150 years since confederation.
Aaditya Aggarwal and Evan Pavka have each been awarded 2016 Canadian Art Foundation Editorial Internships.
This week, surveyed Torontonians voiced strong support for the arts, Douglas Udell Gallery closed its doors and Shary Boyle won a public-art competition.
This week, concerns over Pierre Ayot’s sculpture in Montreal, a Canadian artist on a prestigious residency and infrastructure funding for an Algoma gallery.
This week, collaborative curating at the Canadian Museum of Nature, Pierre-François Ouellette’s new space and Hamilton Artists Inc.’s new director.
The winner of the 18th RBC Canadian Painting Competition, and two honourable mentions, were announced in a ceremony tonight in Toronto.
The Hnatyshyn Foundation has announced the recipients of their mid-career awards and emerging-artist prizes.