What would it take to ensure that institutional diversity is not a passing fad?
A conversation with Gwaai Edenshaw: jeweller, carver and co-director of the world’s first Haida-language feature film
Against the backdrop of skyrocketing real estate prices, a group of Vancouverites mobilizes to save a small fragment of local art history from destruction
Are specialized fine-arts programs in high schools—such as Toronto's Etobicoke School of the Arts—prep schools for potential BFAs, replicating the art-world's inequalities? Or are they a necessary evolution in secondary-school arts education?
The nation’s major museums are pushing for a speedy appeal to a recent court ruling. But is it the ruling, or the law itself, that needs to change?
Two Canadian museums have tried to address #MeToo in their programs lately—and gotten a lot of things wrong. What is the way forward?
In contemporary culture, we take for granted that everything is accelerating. But what happens when a book of the moment takes years to be published in your mother tongue?
How Stan Douglas’s only solo curatorial project to date helped transform a literary icon into a contemporary artist
Remembering a major artist who revealed herself through her daily life—and, in turn, changed how we see the world and ourselves
One of the best-selling novels in modern Turkey was published in 1950 under a male pseudonym. Here, the story of the young translator who kept her work secret for decades, but influenced a generation