"I marvel at our ingenuity as Inuit"
We are the new Indigenous editors-at-large at Canadian Art, and we are beyond excited to introduce this very special issue that celebrates Indigenous voices, creativity and sovereignty
November is Indigenous Disability Awareness Month. Here, artist Michel Dumont shares his challenges of navigating the arts world as an Indigenous person living with a disability
Writing Prize recipient Anj Fermor discusses the unmaking of the feminine form
“I felt like gatekeeping was trying to keep me out of my own story,” writes poet Alice Rivard. But a mix of Bourdieu, Contrapoints and joual helped her script her way back in
Sholem Krishtalka remembers author, critic and artist R.M. Vaughan for both his astute criticism of institutions and his love for connecting people
In this introductory essay for the Fall 2020 issue of Canadian Art, Chroma, co-editors Yaniya Lee and Denise Ryner write about some of the origins of, and hopes for, this project
When NSCAD’s Board of Governors removed Aoife Mac Namara as president, it broke the trust of many in the local and national community—BIPOC artists and advocates especially
As an artist and member of Toronto’s arts community, I was motivated to crunch the numbers and highlight, again, a question: Why has there been so little action?
Just how public are public galleries? As spaces begin to reopen, a curator asks if access, equity and care could be the new metrics