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Amanda Boulos Wins RBC Canadian Painting Competition

Emmanuel Osahor and geetha thurairajah receive honourable mentions

“If Emily Carr Was Born in Seattle, She’d be World-Famous”

As curator Ian Thom prepares to open his final exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery, he discusses what he’s learned about Canadian art—and its problems

Fair-Weather Funding

Fair-Weather Funding

What would it take to ensure that institutional diversity is not a passing fad?

Art Auction Picks for Social 2018

Art Auction Picks for Social 2018

Now in its 23rd year, Social 2018 offers one of the largest live and silent contemporary art auctions in Canada, and is an essential source of funding for Canadian Art

Consignor Fine Art Debuts Contemporary Art Auction

Consignor Fine Art Debuts Contemporary Art Auction

The Consignor auction, open for bidding September 19-26, features diverse range of artworks from Canadian artists including Wanda Koop, Hugh Scott Douglas, John Massey and Bruce LaBruce

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The Haida Language on Film, in Depth and at Last

The Haida Language on Film, in Depth and at Last

A conversation with Gwaai Edenshaw: jeweller, carver and co-director of the world’s first Haida-language feature film

Where Do We Go From Here?

Where Do We Go From Here?

Are specialized fine-arts programs in high schools—such as Toronto's Etobicoke School of the Arts—prep schools for potential BFAs, replicating the art-world's inequalities? Or are they a necessary evolution in secondary-school arts education?

Jack Goldstein and Ron Terada

Jack Goldstein and Ron Terada

Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, May 26–September 16, 2018

Who Benefits from the Indigenous Art Biennial?

Who Benefits from the Indigenous Art Biennial?

A look at the 4th BACA biennial reveals the difference between working in Indigenous ways, and working in Indigenous art—and Niki Little and Becca Taylor’s resolve to curate to and for their sisters

Political Economy at Art School

Political Economy at Art School

Why we can’t—and shouldn’t—disentangle art from money

Do Canada’s Art Laws Need to Change?

Do Canada’s Art Laws Need to Change?

The nation’s major museums are pushing for a speedy appeal to a recent court ruling. But is it the ruling, or the law itself, that needs to change?

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A Conversation with Brenda Draney

Viewing a Brenda Draney painting is like witnessing a dream. Here, the artist speaks about the role of small-town memory and mystery in her work

In the Studio with Syrus Marcus Ware

The Toronto-based activist-artist describes his recent drawing project

In the Studio with Syrus Marcus Ware

The Toronto-based activist-artist describes his recent drawing project

In the Studio with Michèle Pearson Clarke

This Toronto-based artist’s photo and video works ask what it means to make Black people visually knowable

In the Studio with Michèle Pearson Clarke

This Toronto-based artist’s photo and video works ask what it means to make Black people visually knowable

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Stephen Waddell: Visible Light

Stephen Waddell: Visible Light

Monte Clark Gallery, 105 - 525 Great Northern Way, Vancouver BC
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Outpost

Outpost

Urban Shaman Contemporary Aboriginal Art Gallery, 203-290 McDermot Avenue, Winnipeg MB
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Pipelines and Prophecies

Pipelines and Prophecies

Paul Petro Contemporary Art, 980 Queen Street West, Toronto ON
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Stéphane La Rue: certain things occur in a (n) other

Stéphane La Rue: certain things occur in a (n) other

TrépanierBaer Gallery, 999 8 Street SW, Calgary AB
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Unpacking the Living Room

Unpacking the Living Room

MSVU Art Gallery, 166 Bedford Highway, Halifax NS
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Bonnie Devine: Circles and Lines | Michi Saagiig

Bonnie Devine: Circles and Lines | Michi Saagiig

Art Gallery of Mississauga, 300 City Centre Drive, Mississauga ON
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