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Selling Vancouver

Selling Vancouver

When the 2010 Olympics forged an arts district, commercial galleries and developers took notice

The Many Ways We Love

The Many Ways We Love

Why we must create space to celebrate the resilience of sexually and gender-diverse perspectives

What We Want to See at CONTACT

What We Want to See at CONTACT

From cross-Canada billboard projects to small site-specific installations, there are many views to experience through this year’s event

Isuma Is a Cumulative Effort

Isuma Is a Cumulative Effort

How a collective continues the Inuit tradition of strength and innovation through new media

Generations

Generations

An international survey of 10 artists working across media, from traditional to cutting-edge

Aural Cycles

Aural Cycles

How does time connect us? In this conversation on Inuit throat singing and Sámi yoiking, Niillas Holmberg and Tiffany Ayalik discuss the importance of maintaining cultural autonomy

What the Remai Modern Shakeup Really Means

What the Remai Modern Shakeup Really Means

In the wake of emerging controversies, the future of Saskatoon's flagship contemporary art museum faces some fundamental questions

To Be Unbodied
Casting the Conference
The Great White Plague

The Great White Plague

A collection of soapstone sculpture tells the story of how a tuberculosis sanatorium in Hamilton, for a time, became home to the largest population of Inuit outside the Arctic

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.