Indigenous art students share how they are navigating the pandemic
The emerging Indigenous filmmaker reflects on their craft and what it means to them to have been selected
In June Clark’s reconfigurations, the US flag and all it represents is broken into pieces
A Toronto installation artist accumulates materials for her found-object sculptures by navigating neighbourhood free piles and scouring curbside detritus
For communities committed to abolition and decolonization, clay is the ground, the container, the frame and the fire where we tell each other our stories, where we rest together and where we slow down
A distant relative of the wife of Leonard Bernstein looks at her creative and family life, on and off the stage
A tour though a midcentury collection of Acadian music celebrates a unique culture while questioning an archive, one both fortified and fictional
A national survey of artists who imagine otherwise
How do the things we throw away return to us in different forms? How then does art respond to what is disposable, ignored or forgotten?
"You take me beyond flesh and show me what I really am. This is what has always sustained us"