CURRENT ISSUE | WINTER 2018: CARE AND WELLNESS
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News
News in Brief: Nuit Blanche Embraces the Suburbs and More

Plus: A new home for Canada’s only public gallery devoted to contemporary Asian art and dates for an Indigenous art biennial.

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Must-Sees
Must-Sees This Week: December 7 to 13, 2017

Three artists engaging the body as political and historical territory convene at Art Mûr in Montreal.

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News
Hank Willis Thomas Wins Aimia | AGO Photography Prize

Thomas, who has been called “America’s great protest artist,” wins $50,000 in Toronto-based award competition decided by popular vote.

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Must-Sees
Must-Sees This Week: November 30 to December 6, 2017

A video program on World AIDS Day titled Alternative Endings, Radical Beginnings screens December 1 in Victoria, Calgary, Ottawa and Edmonton.

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News
News in Brief: Another Public Art Scandal in Calgary and More

Derek Besant finally apologizes for unauthorized photo use. Plus: OAAG Awards released and artists are concerned about underfunding in Toronto and Quebec.

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Programs + Events
Winter 2018 Issue Launch in Halifax

Join Canadian Art editors Merray Gerges and Bryne McLaughlin for an afternoon of talks and the launch of our Winter 2018 issue, themed on “Acts of Care.”

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Must-Sees
Must-Sees This Week: November 23 to 29, 2017

Turbulence (a dance about the economy) is an experimental hybrid of contemporary dance, improvised happening and political theatre happening in Toronto.

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News
News in Brief: New Money for PEI Artists and More

PEI’s provincial government will spend an additional $3.5 million on arts and culture under a new action plan. Plus: Remembering Ron Noganosh and mulling a new biennial.

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News
Valérie Blass Wins $50,000 Gershon Iskowitz Prize

The jury noted that Blass’s work addresses perennial challenges in sculpture while at the same time bringing new perspectives.

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Features
Remembering Teto Elsiddique

Friends and colleagues remember a talented artist who died suddenly this fall, just as his work was garnering increasing acclaim.

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