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20-Storey Shepard Fairey Mural Kicks Off New Public Art Series in Vancouver

20-Storey Shepard Fairey Mural Kicks Off New Public Art Series in Vancouver

The mural will debut August 8 on a building near Georgia and Burrard as part of the new Surface Series

News Roundup: Cindy Sherman Is Coming to Vancouver

News Roundup: Cindy Sherman Is Coming to Vancouver

Plus: Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park named a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a show of Hong Kong protest art continues, a blockchain project to benefit artists is announced, Alberta arts cuts draw concerns, and Canadian glass artists debut on Netflix

New Hope for Rodman Hall

New Hope for Rodman Hall

Following controversy and criticism in April, Brock University is now working with a new artist and community board to ensure the future of Niagara’s largest art museum

Canadian Artist Shot in Paris Terror Attacks Debuts New Work about Violence

Canadian Artist Shot in Paris Terror Attacks Debuts New Work about Violence

In 2015, Vanessa Gravenor was injured by gunshots in Paris. This summer at New York’s Park Avenue Armory, she performed a new work rooted in those experiences of trauma

Extremely Rare Buffalo Robe Painted by Sitting Bull Returns to Saskatchewan

Extremely Rare Buffalo Robe Painted by Sitting Bull Returns to Saskatchewan

It’s the only such known robe in existence—and for 10 months, it will be in Regina at the MacKenzie Art Gallery

News Roundup: Toronto and Montreal Artists at Frieze and Arles

News Roundup: Toronto and Montreal Artists at Frieze and Arles

Plus: repatriation updates, staffing changes and concern about George W. Bush’s painting show at the Canadian War Museum

Artists, Arts Leaders and Supporters Named to Order of Canada

Artists, Arts Leaders and Supporters Named to Order of Canada

Alanis Obomsawin, Sara Diamond and Iain Baxter& are among the latest round of appointees to one of Canada's highest honours

NSCAD University Appoints New President

NSCAD University Appoints New President

Aoife Mac Namara, the former dean of Communications, Art and Technology at Simon Fraser University, will soon take the helm of one of Canada's top art schools

Canadian Artist Cancels US Show After Curator Laid Off

Canadian Artist Cancels US Show After Curator Laid Off

Liz Magor’s exhibition “TIMESHARE” at 500 Capp Street in San Francisco closes this Saturday—months earlier than expected

Nurielle Stern Wins Winifred Shantz Award for Ceramics

Nurielle Stern Wins Winifred Shantz Award for Ceramics

The annual national prize recognizes early-career ceramic artists in Canada, awarding the winner $10,000