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Amanda Shore

Amanda Shore is curator and writer based in Montreal and Halifax, and she is currently pursing her Master’s in Art History at Concordia University. She is a coordinator for the SSHRC-funded project Inuit Futures in Arts Leadership, and project manager of Flotilla: The Retelling Project.  
The Radical Imaginary: The Social Contract
What Happens When Artist-Run Centres Get Together

What Happens When Artist-Run Centres Get Together

Picture an island where artists make the rules, are paid well, and can create, disrupt, and take breaks to go swimming. That’s the artist-run Flotilla.

10 Artists Who Are Reinventing History

10 Artists Who Are Reinventing History

From our Fall 2017 issue, themed on “The Idea of History”: A national survey of 10 artists whose works look back while looking ahead.

Halifax Report: Not for a Long Time

Halifax Report: Not for a Long Time

This summer, Halifax art ebbs and flows with themes of movement and return.

Halifax Report: Minimal-ish

Halifax Report: Minimal-ish

Immersive environments, achieved either through excess or extreme paring down, are dominating Halifax’s art scene at the moment, writes Amanda Shore.

Halifax Report: Can an Art Gallery Be a Place for Mourning?

Halifax Report: Can an Art Gallery Be a Place for Mourning?

In Halifax, galleries have also become sanctuaries and gathering places, featuring exhibitions that deal with grief and commemoration.