Daniel Joyce finishes his Canadian road trip with a stop in British Columbia, which, surprisingly, brings back memories of the art community in Halifax.
Daniel Joyce’s cross-Canada trip takes him into Alberta, where booming changes in Edmonton and Calgary signal a widespread cultural renaissance.
Daniel Joyce continues his cross-Canada trip, heading into Saskatchewan and reporting from artist-run centres and galleries in Saskatoon and Regina.
In the second dispatch from his cross-Canada trip, Daniel Joyce writes from Winnipeg, including the Plug In ICA, Lisa Kehler and a smaller artist project.
In the first dispatch from his cross-Canada road trip, Daniel Joyce reports from galleries in North Bay, Sudbury and Thunder Bay.
“Wendy Coburn: Anatomy of a Protest” was an in-depth examination of footage from the 2011 SlutWalk in Toronto. Daniel Joyce reviews.
Ursula Johnson transforms and preserves traditional Mi’kmaq art and craft in her touring exhibition, “Mi’kwite’tmn (Do You Remember).” Daniel Joyce reviews.
Seripop (Yannick Desranleau and Chloe Lum) presented one of their most recent site-responsive, large-scale print installations at Struts Gallery, an artist-run centre located in Sackville, New…
“Once Upon a Time in the East,” David Askevold’s retrospective at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, provided a remarkable overview that highlighted the artist’s multidisciplinary practice….