Skip to content

May we suggest

This Issue: Sovereignty

We are the new Indigenous editors-at-large at Canadian Art, and we are beyond excited to introduce this very special issue that celebrates Indigenous voices, creativity and sovereignty

A Digital Land Acknowledgement

Existing As a Settler On Unceded Land: A Guide

How to Share Stuff

How to Share Stuff

The Dish with One Spoon wampum is an agreement to peacefully co-steward the lands and waters we share. This user guide offers some practical suggestions for how to do so

Body: An Acknowledgement

Body: An Acknowledgement

"You take me beyond flesh and show me what I really am. This is what has always sustained us"

Thank You for 50 Years

Thank You for 50 Years

The Ontario Association of Art Galleries reaches a momentous milestone and looks to the future of art galleries

newsletter

The Birth of The Bannock Babes and a Drag Community

The Birth of The Bannock Babes and a Drag Community

Five members of the Winnipeg-based drag collective, The Bannock Babes, have a chat on the significance of building a community on the Prairies and reveal the power behind Two-Spirit and Indigiqueer performance

Heartbreak and Healing

Heartbreak and Healing

The crisis of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, and Two Spirit People (MMIWG2S) impacts almost every Indigenous community across the country. In response, First Nations, Inuit and Métis artists feel compelled to address this crisis affecting their homes and families through works of art that crystallize pain and call for change

Liz Magor: <i>One Bedroom Apartment</i>

Liz Magor: One Bedroom Apartment

Esker Foundation presents three solo exhibitions this fall by Liz Magor, Samuel Roy-Bois and Jon Sasaki. Take a virtual video tour of Magor’s exhibition One Bedroom Apartment, on view at Esker until 5 December

Skins

Skins

"I marvel at our ingenuity as Inuit"

POST EMO THEORY

POST EMO THEORY

"And still, autonomy isn't for us and I am enraged that things can't be different"

Raising the Revolution

Raising the Revolution

"Protest as an act of love is both a responsibility and a privilege. We live today because the love of the people who came before us was fierce and unwavering"

videos

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

In the Studio with Amanda Boulos

“I rely on painting to archive inherited ancestral knowledge,” says artist Amanda Boulos, and while on a residency at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, she found parallels to Beirut

newsletter

artist projects

mitsujuk | kussikuashu | kpitni’sewet | they sew

mitsujuk | kussikuashu | kpitni’sewet | they sew

Craft Council of Newfoundland and Labrador, 275 Duckworth St, St. John's, NL A1C 1G9, St. John's NL
Editors' Pick

Humour as Medicine

Humour as Medicine

Campbell River Art Gallery, 1235 Shoppers Row, Campbell River BC
Editors' Pick

Untunnelling Vision

Untunnelling Vision

TRUCK Contemporary Art, 2009 10 Avenue SW, Calgary AB
Editors' Pick

Ideals and Tradition

Ideals and Tradition

Mark Christopher Gallery, 55 Clinton Street, Toronto ON

Rapture, Rhythm and the Tree of Life: Emily Carr and Her Female Contemporaries

Rapture, Rhythm and the Tree of Life: Emily Carr and Her Female Contemporaries

Vancouver Art Gallery, 750 Hornby Street, Vancouver BC

Untouched

Untouched

VASA gallery, 25 Sir Winston Churchill Avenue, St. Albert AB