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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

The Last Dance

A recent documentary charted the fame of Michael Jordan, a basketball player whose global reach touched everything from fashion to contemporary art. Cason Sharpe investigates the far reaches of his aesthetic influence

Artists Against Precarity

Artists Against Precarity

Vancouver’s Catherine de Montreuil talks about VALU CO-OP, a brand new initiative that looks to subvert capitalist models through advocacy and mutual aid

Staying Home for Our Elders

Staying Home for Our Elders

Métis filmmaker Conor McNally speaks about how the Maskwacîs Education Schools Commission is fostering kinship and mutual care during COVID-19

AUArts Exhibition Enters the Digital Age

AUArts Exhibition Enters the Digital Age

Grad Show 2020 at Alberta University of the Arts reaches new audiences

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Images Festival

Images Festival

Moving this year’s video program online—an experimental solution to new conditions—allowed for viewers to really slow down and watch

Vaster and More Slow

Vaster and More Slow

Queer botanical bonds are forged in histories of cruising and the works of Benny Nemerofsky Ramsay and Derrick Woods-Morrow—encouraging radical plant-human relations in these current conditions

Writing Through Desire

Writing Through Desire

A critic talks about her love of fanfiction—and how it changed her art writing

Prairie Noir

Prairie Noir

Artist and theorist Jeanne Randolph has been photographing phone booths across Manitoba as they slowly disappear from view. Here, she speaks about them as miniature modernist buildings, without sentimentality

Passing Time

Passing Time

The isolation of this slow spring has not been easy. Here, Canadian Art editors share thoughts on finding solace in language and surprising moments of coincidence 

What the Pandemic Means for Chinese Canadian Art Communities

What the Pandemic Means for Chinese Canadian Art Communities

In part one 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 the racism and microaggressions that have come with this crisis

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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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BL|ARCHIVE

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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