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Joan Stebbins: Laframboise, and a Lethbridge Love Letter

Joan Stebbins: Laframboise, and a Lethbridge Love Letter

Curator Joan Stebbins received the Order of Canada for her 25-year cultivation of Canada’s contemporary art. Now, after stepping down from the Southern Alberta Art Gallery’s top curating job, Stebbins talks about the gallery’s current Marie-Josée Laframboise show, a recent Shary Boyle survey and advice for young curators.

Kitty Scott’s Serpentine Segue

Kitty Scott’s Serpentine Segue

In August, 2006, Kitty Scott left Ottawa, where she was curator of contemporary art at the National Gallery of Canada, to take up a new position as Chief Curator at the Serpentine Gallery in London, England. In this interview, Reesa Greenberg asks her about working in London and about her years building the contemporary collection at the National Gallery of Canada.

Biennale Beyond Borders: Interview with Wayne Baerwaldt

Biennale Beyond Borders: Interview with Wayne Baerwaldt

Reportage, shifting identities, hybridity and the return of the museum of curiosities— images flood into my head as the curator Wayne Baerwaldt uses these words to describe the themes of the upcoming Biennale de Montréal.

Interview: Melvin Charney

Interview: Melvin Charney

Thoughts from the artist, architect and organizer of Montreal's infamous "Corridart" street-art project Winter 2001