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Has “No Tolerance” for Harassment in the Arts Really Worked?

Has “No Tolerance” for Harassment in the Arts Really Worked?

More than two years ago, the Canada Council and Canadian Heritage vowed “no tolerance” for harassment in organizations they fund. But by many indications, there’s still a long way to go

Resonant Signals

Resonant Signals

A national survey of 10 artists who find new meaning in networks of change

Always Being Moved

Always Being Moved

When we widen what we understand to be the scope of influence, a different kind of recognition becomes possible

Time Is Different Now

Time Is Different Now

“I wanted to get away from making art about art,” says Ron Terada, whose latest series of paintings turns instead toward a current, collective moment

Don’t Eat the Pictures

Don’t Eat the Pictures

To mark her first Canadian solo exhibition, we look at the consumable work of Stephanie Temma Hier, who collapses art-historical timelines with wry wit and whimsy

Wet’suwet’en Strong

Wet’suwet’en Strong

Who are the Indigenous artists on the front lines of the land defence and protest rallies for Wet’suwet’en?

Free Radicals

Free Radicals

The Centre for Experimental Art and Communication was both the darling and delinquent of the 1970s Toronto art scene

What to See in 2020: The Atlantic and the North

What to See in 2020: The Atlantic and the North

When I looked at Canadian Art’s recent article “What to See in 2020,” I saw nothing from the Atlantic or the North. In response, here are my suggestions, as a Halifax-based curator, of what to see

No More Words, Words, Words

No More Words, Words, Words

For both Hanne Darboven and Madeline Gins, a kind of personal mathematics became a method of reading and writing their art

An Alchemy of Remains

An Alchemy of Remains

Azza El Siddique’s sensory environments are part scientific process, part aesthetic ecosystem

From the Archive

My Work for Maud Lewis

My Work for Maud Lewis

The self-taught artist is the subject of a Hollywood biopic, but my memories of priming her Masonite boards and mailing her tubes of paint are more modest.

A Night in Nunatsiavut

A Night in Nunatsiavut

On October 8, 2016, generations of Inuit came together to shine a light on a region that has been artistically ignored.

On Becoming My Mother

On Becoming My Mother

Vivek Shraya reflects on her photo essay Trisha one year after its release, and on how collaboration can be crucial to “individual” artmaking.