The Scarborough-based artist finds inspiration in Derrida, archives and the maternal bond
Poet Arielle Twist writes within the gaps—the moments when queerness evades translation—of Lou Sheppard's exhibition "A Strong Desire"
The artist, who died in May, was one of the first from the New York scene to establish themselves on Cape Breton Island in the 1960s
You can never retire from being an artist—and other observations from a roundtable on aging and ageism in the arts
Honouring family and culture while pursuing professional goals and also being an advocate can be exhausting for Indigenous arts professionals
Billy-Ray Belcourt and Lindsay Nixon discuss the ways in which queer and trans Indigenous folks enact another kind of art and theory.
Aylan Couchie, Raven Davis and Chief Lady Bird address the emotional fallout of cultural appropriation in a conversation moderated by Lindsay Nixon.
In 1992, a work by African American artist Carrie Mae Weems sparked protests from Black Nova Scotia students who called it racist.
In this excerpt from her new memoir, influential artist Gathie Falk describes her early childhood, her first art lessons, and why she dropped out of school.
Aruna D'Souza's forthcoming book Whitewalling: Art, Race & Protest in 3 Acts reviews three incidents in the long and troubled relationship between race and the art world.