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Gambletron’s Technical Submission

With equal parts chance and skill, a career experimenter orchestrates the perfect conditions for chaotic harmony

Five Projects to See at Vancouver’s Capture Photography Festival

A few outdoor and indoor art picks for the festival, which runs April 2 to 30

Expanding Access: An Interview with Michelle Jacques

Expanding Access: An Interview with Michelle Jacques

As Jacques embarks on a new position as Remai Modern’s New Head of Exhibitions and Collections/Chief Curator, she looks back at her achievements at the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria

The Vibrational Effects of Indigenous Burlesque

The Vibrational Effects of Indigenous Burlesque

Performers find ways to celebrate Indigenous sexual expression through visual storytelling

Collecting and Curating Moments in Time

Collecting and Curating Moments in Time

Anique Jordan dialogues on her passion for discovering, archiving and sharing meaningful cultural moments in this video profile from the RBC Emerging Artists Project series From Within

On the Life and Death (and Life) of Dancemakers

On the Life and Death (and Life) of Dancemakers

In November, the board of directors at Dancemakers said it would close, after a 46-year run. Then in February, a new board took the reins, with a new, in-process vision

Circular Logics

Circular Logics

A national survey of artists who build worlds beyond the visible, from the Frequencies issue

Capture Photography Festival Opens On April 2

Capture Photography Festival Opens On April 2

Lens-based artists take centre stage in exhibitions, public art installations, artist talks, community events and more across Vancouver this spring

Queer Inuit Art

Queer Inuit Art

Contemporary Inuit art exhibition "INUA" is the most openly queer and inclusive Inuit art exhibition to date

P.Mansaram (1934–2020): A Canadian Artist in, and of, the World

P.Mansaram (1934–2020): A Canadian Artist in, and of, the World

Born in India, Mansaram spent most of his life in Canada, where he defied the hyphenated ways that the art world categorizes diasporic artists

Practising the Unattainable

Practising the Unattainable

Indigenous dream-world data, temporal spirals and technologies to come—a poet and performer talks to an artist and composer about transformative ways of tuning in

videos

Tangents Launch: Emma Sharpe in Conversation with Jay Pahre and Jagdeep Raina

In this video, three Spotlight contributors expand on the interdisciplinary approaches to their practices

Chroma Launch: Sally Frater in Conversation with Justine A. Chambers and Farihah Aliyah Shah

In this video, three Spotlight contributors explore questions of labour, consumption, the body and Black art production in Canada

Chroma Launch: Kelsey Adams and David Woods in Conversation

In this video, Kelsey Adams and David Woods discuss the overlooked histories and current work being done by Black artists, curators and thinkers in the Maritimes

Chroma Launch: Kelsey Adams and David Woods in Conversation

In this video, Kelsey Adams and David Woods discuss the overlooked histories and current work being done by Black artists, curators and thinkers in the Maritimes

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QUEERSPHERE

QUEERSPHERE

InterAccess,950 Dupont Street, Unit 1,TorontoON
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Uprising: The Power of Mother Earth

Uprising: The Power of Mother Earth

McMichael Canadian Art Collection,10365 Islington Avenue,KleinburgON
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Seascape Poetics

Seascape Poetics

4th SPACE (Virtual),1400 Boulevard de Maisonneuve Ouest,MontrealQC
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Thirza Jean Cuthand: Reclamations

Thirza Jean Cuthand: Reclamations

Warren G. Flowers Art Gallery, Dawson College,4011 de Maisonneuve Blvd West,WestmountQC
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B.G-Osborne: A Thousand Cuts

B.G-Osborne: A Thousand Cuts

La Centrale galerie Powerhouse,4296 Boulevard St-Laurent,MontrealQC
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Piitwewetam: Making Is Medicine

Piitwewetam: Making Is Medicine

Thunder Bay Art Gallery,1080 Keetwatin Street,Thunder BayON
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