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, Nova Scotia Masterworks Arts Award finalists were announced, Heffel expanded their auctions and Douglas Coupland began 3-D scanning volunteers.
This week, curators were hired at both UBC and the Walter Phillips Gallery, and finalists were announced for the Salt Spring Island National Art Prize.
This week, the Power Plant announced their participation in the Creative Time Summit, Khyber campaigns continued and Jesse McKee joined 221A in Vancouver.
Pearl Van Geest has won the 2015 Canadian Art Foundation Writing Prize, an annual juried prize designed to encourage new writers on contemporary art.
This week, Quebec’s arts funding issues continue, Christi Belcourt dabbles in high fashion and Julian Forrest wins the Eldon and Anne Foote Art Prize.
This week, Beaverbrook Art Gallery launched a criticism residency, finalists for Canada’s biggest awards were announced and Dupont gained more galleries.
Here are the 15 finalists in the RBC Canadian Painting Competition, an annual prize supporting promising new artists in the early stages of their careers.
Four artists, including one Canadian, are finalists for the 2015 Aimia | AGO Photography Prize.
This week, MOCCA revealed their new location, O’Born Contemporary announced they are closing and Art Metropole’s director departed.
A celebration of Jocelyn Laurence, the second editor of Canadian Art, who died last week in Toronto.
This week, Partners in Art’s funding projects were revealed, CARFAC Ontario hired a director and Fogo Island Arts and VKS Art Inc. forged a partnership.