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News Roundup: Contact Photography Festival Shifts Online, Partially

News Roundup: Contact Photography Festival Shifts Online, Partially

The festival, which is typically in May, is expected to unfold in coming months as public safety is assured. Plus: support for artists in Ottawa and other COVID-19 initiatives

News Roundup: COVID-19 Impact Continues to Be Felt

News Roundup: COVID-19 Impact Continues to Be Felt

Papier Art Fair has been moved to June, there are layoffs at the Banff Centre and Glenbow Museum, and other postponements. Plus: updates on new spaces in Calgary and Halifax

Staff Previously on Strike at Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal Secure New Agreement

Staff Previously on Strike at Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal Secure New Agreement

Though most are working from home right now due to COVID-19, they are at last receiving their augmented back pay for 2015 to 2020 after working five years without a contract

How Arts Funding Is Being Affected by COVID-19

How Arts Funding Is Being Affected by COVID-19

At all levels, from local to national, arts funders in Canada have been trying hard to respond to the COVID-19 crisis

News Roundup: Shutdowns Felt Across the Country’s Arts Sector

News Roundup: Shutdowns Felt Across the Country’s Arts Sector

Artists and communities are coping with lost livelihoods, facilitating mutual aid and moving projects online

Black Lives Matter Launches Art and Activism Centre in Toronto

Black Lives Matter Launches Art and Activism Centre in Toronto

Wildseed is a space that hopes to create opportunity for Black community organizing on a deeper level—including residencies, performances and more

Even Prior to COVID-19 Outbreak, Ontario Galleries Were Facing Challenges

Even Prior to COVID-19 Outbreak, Ontario Galleries Were Facing Challenges

The recent closure of the Norfolk Arts Centre, uncertainty for Rodman Hall Art Centre and conflict between the City of Toronto and the Toronto Media Arts Centre all signal continuing uncertainty for Ontario's municipal galleries

Angel Callander Awarded Spring Canadian Art Editorial Mentorship

Angel Callander Awarded Spring Canadian Art Editorial Mentorship

The Toronto-based writer, curator and art historian will work in our offices for the 11-week Spring 2020 mentorship

Maya Wilson-Sanchez Wins Middlebrook Prize for Young Canadian Curators

Maya Wilson-Sanchez Wins Middlebrook Prize for Young Canadian Curators

Winner of annual prize receives honorarium, mentorship and opportunity to present exhibition at the Art Gallery of Guelph