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Writing Performances

Does a performance need an audience like writing needs a reader? In a conversation over several months, artist Jana Omar Elkhatib discusses how she developed a series of new works for Hamilton Artists Inc., through writing, sound and the body

Camille Rojas

Ryerson Artspace, Toronto, Performance on October 5, 2019

From Environmental Activist to Minister of Canadian Heritage

From Environmental Activist to Minister of Canadian Heritage

In a Toronto chat just days into leading the nation’s culture file, Steven Guilbeault answers questions on climate crises, museums and an artist resale right

ExtraOrdinary Objects

ExtraOrdinary Objects

Glenbow Museum, Calgary, October 19, 2019, to January 12, 2020

Some Other Refusals

Some Other Refusals

The Automatists built a generation of genre-defying art. But they also left instructions for how to question the canon that praised them

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The Politics of Sensing

The Politics of Sensing

A two-part exhibition at the Blackwood Gallery reflects on how we collect information about the world, through both the senses and technology

From Margin to Centre, and Back Again

From Margin to Centre, and Back Again

“I sensed a social ecology I had to navigate but did not understand,” says artist Ken Lum of the rules-based art world that surrounded him. “And when I did start to understand it, I was unsympathetic to why this social ecology had to be heeded”

Leanne Olson

Leanne Olson

Mitchell Art Gallery, Edmonton, September 13 to December 7, 2019

Necessary Objects
“Àbadakone” Creates Community

“Àbadakone” Creates Community

When Indigenous artists gathered at the National Gallery of Canada, something significant happened

Indigenous Art Is So Camp

Indigenous Art Is So Camp

An international Indigenous art exhibition at the National Gallery of Canada reveals a feminist, camp aesthetic

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In the Studio with Gloria Swain

“I try to create creative healing spaces. It’s like me saying to young black women: it’s ok not to be ok.”

In the Studio with Gloria Swain

“I try to create creative healing spaces. It’s like me saying to young black women: it’s ok not to be ok.”

In the Studio with Valérie Blass

“I try as much as possible to push through the constraints I’ve set up for myself, to push as far as possible into something that is very experimental. ”

In the Studio with Valérie Blass

“I try as much as possible to push through the constraints I’ve set up for myself, to push as far as possible into something that is very experimental. ”

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Urban Regalia: Contemporary Fashion by Sug-ii-t Lukxs

Urban Regalia: Contemporary Fashion by Sug-ii-t Lukxs

University of Victoria' s Legacy Gallery, 630 Yates, Victoria BC

The Boat <br>Project/everythingwillbefine

The Boat
Project/everythingwillbefine

McMaster Museum of Art, 1280 Main Street West, Hamilton ON

Kim Adams: Bruegel-Bosch Bus

Kim Adams: Bruegel-Bosch Bus

Art Gallery of Hamilton, 123 King Street West, Hamilton ON

How far do you travel?

How far do you travel?

Contemporary Art Gallery (Off-site), 555 Nelson Street, Vancouver BC
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Blanketing: Jesse Campbell

Blanketing: Jesse Campbell

Open Space Arts Society, 510 Fort Street, Victoria BC