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Fall 1994

On newsstands September 15 to December 14

Volume 11, Number 3

Features

Our Town Portrait of a decade Photography by Michael Mitchell A la Recherche de Barnes Perdu How one of America's most intriguing collectors of modern art got lost in the shuffle by Richard Rhodes Lady Oracle Jane Ash Poitras and the First Nations phenomenon by Gillian MacKay The Olga Factor In Toronto's gritty west end, a little community of art galleries flowers by Robert Fulford The Studio In her reconfigurations of ideas and found materials, Betty Goodwin transforms life into art by Georges Bogardi Photography by Geoffrey James Postcards from the Edge John Will's career has been a road trip through North American counterculture by Nancy Tousley Architect of Dreams In his unforgettable designs for theatre and opera, Michael Levine conceives the stage in magical new ways by Urjo Kareda Irene Avaalaaqiaq In Baker Lake, an Inuit artist stitches together the old and the new by Betty Ann Jordan The Winsor Posture In her remarkable life's voyage from Newfoundland to New York, Jackie Winsor has navigated the art world's changing tides by John Bentley Mays Learning to Like Kurelek (Almost) Reconsidering the People's Painter Gary Michael Dault Roch Revival In his new incarnation as head of the Canada Council, Quebec novelist Roch Cartier brings fresh energy to a venerable institution John Goddard

Fast Forward

A cross-Canada guide to exhibitions and events in the visual arts Cover: Set design for The Impresario from Smyrna, by Michael Levine (in collaboration with Philip Prowse and Geoff Rose), Citizens' Theatre, Glasgow, 1982, Photo by John Vere Brown
Fall 1994