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News Roundup: An Artist Poisoned by Her Art, and More

News Roundup: An Artist Poisoned by Her Art, and More

A Toronto sculptor suffered mysterious symptoms for years before realizing her materials were slowly killing her. Plus: Struts buys its building, Galerie Trois Points closes, and more

Christiana Myers Awarded Canadian Art Editorial Mentorship

Christiana Myers Awarded Canadian Art Editorial Mentorship

The Saint John–based curator and artist will work in our offices for the 11-week Winter 2018/2019 mentorship

Quebec City Biennial Manif d’Art Releases Full Artist Lineup

Quebec City Biennial Manif d’Art Releases Full Artist Lineup

This will mark the first time Manif d'art is planning to host a symposium. And a children’s program is on deck, too

Canadians Head South for Miami Art Week 2018

Canadians Head South for Miami Art Week 2018

Don your Canadian artist–designed bathing suits now. It’s fairs week in Miami

Montreal Has a New Art Award

Montreal Has a New Art Award

The recipient of the inaugural prize was announced this evening alongside winners of the Prix Pierre-Ayot and Prix Louis-Comtois

News Roundup: Calgary Moves Ahead with Arts Funding Boost, and More

News Roundup: Calgary Moves Ahead with Arts Funding Boost, and More

The city, called upon to freeze new funding, maintained new support for the arts. Plus: a new study says art is good for seniors’ health, and some Montreal prize shortlists are out

Montreal Film Fest and Image Biennial Team Up for First Time

Montreal Film Fest and Image Biennial Team Up for First Time

In a new initiative, FIFA and Momenta are co-producing a program of emerging video art practices

A Bit of the High Line Is Coming to Toronto

A Bit of the High Line Is Coming to Toronto

The High Line Network Joint Art Initiative, which includes Toronto’s Bentway and three American sites, will launch its inaugural project in 2019

SFU Plans New Art Museum for Burnaby

SFU Plans New Art Museum for Burnaby

12,000-square-foot facility to open in 2022 and replace existing 1,000-square-foot SFU Gallery

Reflecting on Canada’s Fall Auctions, Beyond the Big Sales

Reflecting on Canada’s Fall Auctions, Beyond the Big Sales

Without a resale right, artists are still losing thousands on secondary-market sales, and some wonder if the larger wins of the season can be sustained