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News in Brief: Big Steps for Calgary and Victoria Galleries, and More

News in Brief: Big Steps for Calgary and Victoria Galleries, and More

Chagall's controversial Eiffel Tower goes on view at the National Gallery, the Remai board disagrees with Saskatoon city councillors, and an artist designs an emoji for National Indigenous History Month

Adrienne Huard Awarded Canadian Art Editorial Residency

Adrienne Huard Awarded Canadian Art Editorial Residency

The residency is a national prize awarded annually to a student with an interest in developing expertise in the realm of professional art-magazine publishing

News in Brief: Artists Get New National Gallery Agreement and More

News in Brief: Artists Get New National Gallery Agreement and More

Plus: a new director of visual arts at the Banff Centre, a new director and Aboriginal curator at Open Space, Contact Festival and Fogo Island award wins and more

Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan Win $30K Award of Distinction

Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan Win $30K Award of Distinction

Since 1989, Winnipeg duo’s breakthrough feminist art includes We're Talking Vulva, Lesbian National Parks and Services, and A Day in the Life of a Bull-Dyke.

News in Brief: Nova Scotia Offers $2 Million to Annie Leibovitz, and More

News in Brief: Nova Scotia Offers $2 Million to Annie Leibovitz, and More

Also making news: a Vancouver Biennale lineup, celebrations at the Bill Reid Gallery, and multiple award wins

New Records at Canada’s Spring Auctions

New Records at Canada’s Spring Auctions

A $3.6 million Borduas led sales at Toronto auctions in recent days

An Unprecedented Sobey Shortlist

An Unprecedented Sobey Shortlist

For the first time in the award’s history, four out of five finalists are BIPOC

News in Brief: Canadian Museum Attendance Surges and More

News in Brief: Canadian Museum Attendance Surges and More

More Canadians are visiting galleries and museums than ever, says a new study. Plus: treaty-based public art, lots of new curatorial hires and more.

Inside the New Indigenous Architecture Project in Venice

Inside the New Indigenous Architecture Project in Venice

On Saturday, “Unceded: Voices of the Land”—presented by Douglas Cardinal—opens to the public at the Venice Architecture Biennale. Get a preview here.

News in Brief: A Push for Indigenous Museum Repatriation and More

News in Brief: A Push for Indigenous Museum Repatriation and More

Plus: Curators announced for the first Toronto Biennial, and arts leaders recognized with the Order of Canada.