Plus: Zacharias Kunuk is receiving the Order of Nunavut, Montreal’s Momenta Biennale collaborates with Les Rencontres d’Arles, Urban Shaman Gallery of Winnipeg is doing a Santa Fe pop-up, and a few staffing updates.
Gregory Burke says he is “eager to clear any speculation of wrongdoing” and that further comment is coming soon. Board chair Scott Verity also issued a statement about workplace complaints at the museum.
Why international relations will be a big focus for Simon Brault, the newly reappointed Canada Council director, in his second term
Montrealers T B A and David Theodore plan to turn the Canada Pavilion into a green screen—alluding to how our cities stand in for international locales on screen
Pickets are over today and union members who had been on strike are back to teaching as labour dispute referred to mediation/arbitration
In the thick of thesis exhibitions, NSCAD University MFA students stage a sit-in in the president’s office in support of striking faculty union
Janvier's canvas exceeded estimates at an Edmonton auction. Plus: Canadian artists at the Venice Biennale, a premiere date for the AGO's new Kusama Infinity Room, Missy LeBlanc wins the Middlebrook Prize for Young Curators, and more
The Carleton University Art Gallery is gearing up for another event in a series explicitly designed to look at how art can challenge ableism
The new program permits people who may not have qualified for a grant previously to apply for one