Existing As a Settler On Unceded Land: A Guide
The Dish with One Spoon wampum is an agreement to peacefully co-steward the lands and waters we share. This user guide offers some practical suggestions for how to do so
"Protest as an act of love is both a responsibility and a privilege. We live today because the love of the people who came before us was fierce and unwavering"
In the practices of Chason Yeboah, Kasie Campbell, Ginette Lund and Doreen Garner, an acknowledgement of personal difference enables artworks to exist beyond a flat cis-feminist discourse
How a neighbourhood storefront became a gathering place for Vancouver’s Black creative community
From our fall issue, Denise Ryner speaks on Vancouver artist Stan Douglas and the anonymity of the working body
Six educators—Deanna Bowen, Afua Cooper, Katherine McKittrick, Charmaine A. Nelson, Dori Tunstall and Rinaldo Walcott—speak on ethically writing Black culture into the curriculum
Collectors, gallerists, artists and visitors at the fair will be getting a different view across the country this year. Here are some of the projects we’re anticipating.
When COVID-19 closed galleries and museums in New York, two of his shows there were suspended. Since then, he has found other ways of connecting