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Dub: Finding Ceremony

Alexis Pauline Gumbs, Duke University Press, 2020, 296 pp.

Give Us Permanence—Ending Anti-Black Racism in Canada’s Art Institutions

Syrus Marcus Ware, a member of the Performance Disability Art Collective and Black Lives Matter Toronto, writes about the critical work of Black artists and curators, and ways to achieve lasting change

How Should an Author Be?

How Should an Author Be?

Lisa Robertson, The Baudelaire Fractal, Coach House Books, 2020

Thoughts of Liberation

Thoughts of Liberation

Black scholars, activists and artists respond to the present "moment"—Christina Battle, Dionne Brand, Denise Ferreira da Silva, Chantal Gibson, El Jones, Anique Jordan, Robyn Maynard, Charmaine Nelson, Christina Sharpe and Kara Springer

Vector Festival 2020

Vector Festival 2020

Curated by Katie Micak and Martin Zeilinger, InterAccess’s eighth annual Vector Festival will be hosted online for the first time

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A Crisis of Whiteness in Canada’s Art Museums

A Crisis of Whiteness in Canada’s Art Museums

At Canada's four largest art museums, the top leadership is all white—and the majority of their boards and senior leadership is too. What does this say about the possibilities for change in a moment when institutions are responding to calls for structural transformation?

More than Welcome

More than Welcome

Just how public are public galleries? As spaces begin to reopen, a curator asks if access, equity and care could be the new metrics

Why I Tallied BIPOC Artists Represented by Commercial Galleries—and What I Hope Comes Next

Why I Tallied BIPOC Artists Represented by Commercial Galleries—and What I Hope Comes Next

As an artist and member of Toronto’s arts community, I was motivated to crunch the numbers and highlight, again, a question: Why has there been so little action?

This Is Where We Find Ourselves

This Is Where We Find Ourselves

Bridget Moser writes about fellow video and performance artist Lisa Smolkin’s unusual path to art making, and the way her funny sometimes comes from a serious place

Three-By-Five: Remembering Cliff Eyland

Three-By-Five: Remembering Cliff Eyland

Colleagues and friends reflect on the life and work of the much-loved artist, curator, writer and educator

What the Pandemic Means for Chinese Canadian Art Communities

What the Pandemic Means for Chinese Canadian Art Communities

In this second instalment of a two-part series, artists, culture workers and community organizers from across the country discuss how they are supporting their communities, demonstrating solidarity and combatting racism and microaggressions

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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

In the Studio with Jamiyla Lowe

"A lot of my work can be really silly," says Lowe, "even though it's a little bit dark sometimes, it's never heavy. If I'm spending so much time with something, I want it to make me feel good."

In the Studio with Jamiyla Lowe

"A lot of my work can be really silly," says Lowe, "even though it's a little bit dark sometimes, it's never heavy. If I'm spending so much time with something, I want it to make me feel good."

In the Studio with Curtis Talwst Santiago

The Edmonton-born artist talks about the relationship between music and art, the themes that inform his practice and his new project for the Toronto Biennial of Art

In the Studio with Curtis Talwst Santiago

The Edmonton-born artist talks about the relationship between music and art, the themes that inform his practice and his new project for the Toronto Biennial of Art

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Gage’gajiiwaan

Gage’gajiiwaan

Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba, 710 Rosser Avenue, Unit 2, Brandon MB
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Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival, Online, Toronto ON
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Art Connects | Evann Siebens

Vancouver Art Gallery, 750 Hornby Street, Vancouver BC
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Keyboard Fantasies: The Beverly Glenn-Copeland Story

Keyboard Fantasies: The Beverly Glenn-Copeland Story

Hot Docs Film Festival, Online, Everywhere ON
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Keiran Brennan Hinton: A Broken Clock is Right Twice a Day

Keiran Brennan Hinton: A Broken Clock is Right Twice a Day

Michael Gibson Gallery, 157 Carling Street, London ON
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fractured horizon – a view from the body