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
Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina, January 24 to April 19, 2020
A national survey of 10 artists who find new ways to define feminism
In an in-depth interview, the renowned US artist talks institutional critique, political action and why class needs to be part of the discussion
BMO Project Room, Toronto, January 18 to November 30, 2018
The Métis artist discusses the labours of beading, listening to plants and her upcoming exhibition "The Prairie Rose Won't Mourn Us"
A conversation with artist Erin Gee on her new work LaughingWeb Dot Space, which makes space for catharsis on the internet
Regina’s first artist-run centre began as a tiny raft on the waters of Wascana Lake. Today, precarity and politics still feature in its artist-run scene.
At the Dunlop Art Gallery in Regina, feminist art forgoes body-oriented approaches to embrace colourful and materially lush work that fills the gallery.