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News Roundup: Indigenous and Chinese Canadian Archives Join UNESCO Memory of the World Register

News Roundup: Indigenous and Chinese Canadian Archives Join UNESCO Memory of the World Register

The Notman photo archives are also joining. Plus: a new director at the Canadian Centre for Architecture, some Canadians on the Sydney Biennale list, and expansions at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery and the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria

Rarely Seen Gordon Matta-Clark Archive Goes On View in Montreal

Rarely Seen Gordon Matta-Clark Archive Goes On View in Montreal

Films, drawings and papers donated to CCA by the Matta-Clark estate in 2011 are finally coming out of the box

How Hurricane Dorian Impacted Arts and Culture in Nova Scotia

How Hurricane Dorian Impacted Arts and Culture in Nova Scotia

The Nova Scotia Museum, which runs 28 sites across the province, was hardest hit

Archival Interview Reveals Why Robert Frank Treasured Cape Breton

Archival Interview Reveals Why Robert Frank Treasured Cape Breton

“I came here not so much to change my profession but to change my personal life,” said the late photographer, “to get another outlook, to turn around a corner”

Arctic and Amazon Artists Converge at Toronto Symposium

Arctic and Amazon Artists Converge at Toronto Symposium

The symposium, taking place September 19 and 20, is a prelude to a wider exhibition and conference coming next year

New Google Doodle Honours Quebec Artist Marcelle Ferron

New Google Doodle Honours Quebec Artist Marcelle Ferron

The doodle is loosely based on stained-glass works that Ferron made for metro stations and other sites around Montreal

News Roundup: Canadian Art-School Prof Released from Jail Following Pipeline Protest Arrest

News Roundup: Canadian Art-School Prof Released from Jail Following Pipeline Protest Arrest

Poet and activist Rita Wong is now free. Plus: A new CEO for the Ontario Arts Council, a world-premiere documentary about Robert Davidson, Consignor auction house rebrands as Cowley Abbott and more

Critiques Emerge after $110M Promised to Arts Commons and Contemporary Calgary

Critiques Emerge after $110M Promised to Arts Commons and Contemporary Calgary

$80 million in federal funds is to go toward Arts Commons Transformation, and the other $30 million into a new Contemporary Calgary facility

Court’s New Morrisseau Forgery Decision a “Big Warning to Art Dealers”

Court’s New Morrisseau Forgery Decision a “Big Warning to Art Dealers”

Art dealing in Canada may become more transparent, some people hope, in the wake of a groundbreaking court decision issued this week

Dana Claxton, Janet Cardiff and More Featured in “Great <strike>Women</strike> Artists” Book

Dana Claxton, Janet Cardiff and More Featured in “Great Women Artists” Book

A new tome out this month features 425 artists from around the globe—including a few based in Canada