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Top prize for the award is $25,000, with $15,000 each for two runners-up. The winner was announced at a ceremony this evening in Ottawa.

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Voyage of a Lady

During the Second World War, millions of artworks and artifacts were stolen by the Nazis. Thousands of these ended up in Canada. Here is the story of one.

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Reviews
Thinking beyond the White Frontier

The recent Glenbow Museum exhibition “North of Ordinary” typecast Inuit as relics. The result was a harmful misrepresentation.

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Features
A Look Inside the New Beaverbrook Art Gallery

The historic collection’s Fredericton home gets an impressive redesign.

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Art’s Hidden Costs

Rarely when looking at art do we consider the cost of materials. Sara Cwynar’s work broadens our understanding of artistic production.

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Must-Sees
Must-Sees This Week: October 12 to 18, 2017

The Vancouver Art Book Fair launches this week with a celebration of artists’s books from local, national and international publishers.

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Features
This Artist Wants You to Adopt an Oil Well. Here’s Why.

Alana Bartol’s Orphan Well Adoption Agency helps Canadians make an emotional connection to the energy industry—and some of its consequences.

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News
News in Brief: OCAD University Receives $1 Million for Historic Renovation

Plus: Andrew Hunter is the Art Gallery of Guelph’s new senior curator and the Emerging Digital Artists Award announces its winner.

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Features
Video: In the Studio with Kara Hamilton

Artist or designer? Kara Hamilton—trained in architecture at UBC and in art at Yale—would rather be neither, or both.

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Features
The Group of Eight

Florence McGillivray studied under Matisse and mentored Tom Thomson. The origin story of Canadian Modernism might have ignored one of its major figures.

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Reviews
A Creative (Time) Take on Nuit Blanche

The 10th annual Creative Time Summit culminated in a Nuit Blanche display that centred around revolution—and, for this critic, actually kind of delivered.

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New Auction House Puts Montreal, and Dealers, Back in the Game

ByDealers is what it sounds like: an auction house run largely by dealers themselves. First lots include Riopelle, Ferron, Mitchell and more.

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News in Brief: A New Space for Indigenous Art

Plus: a new Canadian auction house, drama at the AGO, Melanie Joly’s culture policy under fire, Rodney Graham inspires a line of coats and more.

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Wood Land School: Drawing a Line from January to December
Jan 21 2017 TO Dec 16 2017
SBC Gallery of Contemporary Art (Montreal)
LEISURE: NARRATIVE NO. 9
Jan 18 2017 TO Dec 5 2017
The Rooms (St. John's)
Cathy Busby: WE CALL
May 20 2017 TO Apr 28 2018
Teck Gallery (Vancouver)
Continuum
Sep 14 2017 TO Oct 22 2017
Karsh-Masson Gallery (Ottawa)

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Mar 31 2017 TO Nov 1 2017
CFA Gallery – Canadian Fine Arts (Vancouver)
Jackie Olson: New Works
Oct 5 2017 TO Nov 4 2017
ODD Gallery (Dawson)
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Aug 31 2017 TO Oct 28 2017
Hamilton Artists Inc. (Hamilton)
The Other Passport: Marnie Blair, Heather Huston & Jill Ho-You
Aug 26 2017 TO Oct 29 2017
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