Are specialized fine-arts programs in high schools—such as Toronto's Etobicoke School of the Arts—prep schools for potential BFAs, replicating the art-world's inequalities? Or are they a necessary evolution in secondary-school arts education?
Artist Abedar Kamgari hoped that her 27-hour walk from Toronto to Hamilton would make her feel at home. But she still navigates her experiences as an immigrant and refugee.
Development mania across Canada is marked by eye-catching public art. But what makes such works successful? No one, it seems, can quite agree.
Montreal-based artist Olivia Mc Gilchrist uses virtual reality to reveal some of the masks we wear every day.
The Remai Modern is Saskatoon's flashy new museum. But the city has a longstanding, active visual-art community. How are the two coexisting?
Toronto artist Jeff Bierk collaborates with Toronto’s poor and homeless. Are the resulting photographs emancipatory, or exploitative?
Jon Rafman’s new live-action film focuses on the shifting relationship between humans and machines and that watershed Millenial toy: the Tamagotchi.
Kent Monkman has created a life-sized buffalo jump (with two 300-pound taxidermy bison) for an installation at the Gardiner Museum. Chris Hampton reports.
Winnipeg artists Neil Farber and Michael Dumontier—nominees for last year’s Sobey Award—work together on projects including wryly illustrated bookworks.
Tricia Middleton pushes her materials to the brink, creating a collection of "precarious things about precarious situations."
In "Under the Rose Arch," Dominique Rey documents an order of Catholic nuns facing the threat of extinction in a manner closer to veneration than elegy.