CURRENT ISSUE | WINTER 2018: CARE AND WELLNESS
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School Hop
Spring 2018 School Hop

Canadian Art’s School Hop is an important youth initiative aimed at providing education and outreach to Toronto’s secondary-school students.

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Features
Video: In the Studio with Sameer Farooq

Building museums of found objects and casting packing materials in porcelain, Farooq questions how citizens are told to think about their pasts.

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Must-Sees
Must-Sees This Week: February 15 to 21, 2018

Legendary abstract painters Joan Mitchell and Jean Paul Riopelle were partners for a quarter-century. See their works side by side in a dual survey.

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News
News in Brief: Annie Pootoogook Book Coming Soon and More

Plus: the Inuit Art Centre makes its all-woman, all-Inuit curatorial lineup official, and a committee is named to promote Indigenous art.

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Must-Sees
Must-Sees This Week: February 8 to 14, 2018

Quebec City is hosting the North American premiere of a major new survey on Alberto Giacometti—direct from Tate Modern in London, with some rarely seen works included.

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News
News in Brief: Toronto Arts Group Wins Space Dispute and More

Plus: a leader for Canada’s Indigenous Screen Office, and an artist-in-residence for Edmonton’s waste-management sector.

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Features
Video: In the Studio with Madelyne Beckles

Beckles takes the solemnity of second-wave feminist theory and redeploys it to poke fun at art history and popular culture.

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News
News in Brief: Opening Plans for Two New Museums and More

Plus: Halifax’s Cornwallis statue is being removed and the Sobey Art Award has doubled to $100,000.

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Must-Sees
Must-Sees This Week: February 1 to 7, 2018

The first-ever Canadian showing of Frida Kahlo’s photo collection opens February 3 in Calgary as part of the Exposure Festival.

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Features
Video: In the Studio with Lou Sheppard

This Halifax artist’s musical scores about climate-changed coastlines have been shown at the Venice Biennale‘s Antarctic Pavilion.

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