Seven Canadian artists—and one curator—are each $25,000 richer today thanks to the 2018 Governor General’s Awards in Visual and Media Arts.
In 2013, Shinobu Akimoto and Matthew Evans launched an artist residency that got rid of the art-making. Here’s what they’ve learned along the way.
What’s the future of Canadian art catalogues in the wake of Black Dog Publishing’s recent bankruptcy?
When New York’s Met Museum hiked admission fees, an outcry ensued. Where are the dissenting voices north of the border?
After years of development, and days before launch, an interactive public artwork was shut down by authorities. The reason: fear of hate speech.
Sometimes public art is the only art that the public ever sees. Here are outstanding examples from this year.
One of Canada’s oldest and largest craft organizations needs $250,000 to stay alive in 2018.
The often close-knit Halifax arts community is grappling with how to best respond to allegations of assault by a former AFCOOP staffer.
Four hours. Six hours. More than twelve hours. This is how long many Art Gallery of Ontario members had to wait online to buy tickets for “Infinity Mirrors.”
Miami Art Week has more fairs and events than ever this year. Here are some of the Canadian artists and gallerists that will be represented.