Contemporary Inuit art exhibition "INUA" is the most openly queer and inclusive Inuit art exhibition to date
The emerging Indigenous filmmaker reflects on their craft and what it means to them to have been selected
With her 2020 monoprint series “Peyak,” Montreal-based artist Bea Parsons explored her Cree, Scottish and French origins in unpredictable ways
We are the new Indigenous editors-at-large at Canadian Art, and we are beyond excited to introduce this very special issue that celebrates Indigenous voices, creativity and sovereignty
Inuit artists are showing their culture is alive and well—but is mainstream media ready to pay attention?
We’ve been talking about reconciliation for decades. What took the arts so long to catch up, and why are we still so far behind?