Skip to content

May we suggest

News

News Roundup: Contemporary Calgary Architect & Curator Picked, and More

News Roundup: Contemporary Calgary Architect & Curator Picked, and More

The designer of Remai Modern is headed to Calgary. Plus: AGO deaccessions, Glenn Alteen retires, artists win and Canadians show abroad

Montreal’s DHC/ART Is Changing Its Name

Montreal’s DHC/ART Is Changing Its Name

It’s hosted landmark shows by Yinka Shonibare, Jenny Holzer and Christian Marclay. But DHC/ART is now rebranding

Thunder Bay Art Gallery Gets $3.5 Mil Closer to New Building

Thunder Bay Art Gallery Gets $3.5 Mil Closer to New Building

With the latest donation to the building project, the gallery gets within 90 per cent of fundraising goal for a new waterfront property

1,000 Indigenous & Inuit Artworks Given to Regina’s MacKenzie Gallery

1,000 Indigenous & Inuit Artworks Given to Regina’s MacKenzie Gallery

Art by Ningiukulu Teevee, Joane Cardinal-Schubert, Alex Janvier and Shuvinai Ashoona are among the works donated.

15 Canadian Sites Make International Art Destinations List

15 Canadian Sites Make International Art Destinations List

Public artworks by Janet Cardiff, Douglas Coupland and Stan Douglas are among the highlights of a new Phaidon guide. But there are significant omissions, too

Study: Canada’s Arts and Culture Charities Are Falling Short

Study: Canada’s Arts and Culture Charities Are Falling Short

A recent study rates culture charities low on financial and social-impact transparency. But an arts leader says the study ignores key data

News Roundup: Alberta Declares Month of the Artist, and More

News Roundup: Alberta Declares Month of the Artist, and More

Alberta becomes the first province to designate a month for honouring artists. Plus: Remembering Melanie Townsend, catching up on a censorship controversy and more

Photos of Young Indigenous Athletes Become Public Art

Photos of Young Indigenous Athletes Become Public Art

Ten-foot-tall portraits of players from a Squamish Nation girls basketball team will be displayed at a Vancouver SkyTrain station during the Capture Photography Festival

Carrie Mae Weems Leads 2019 Contact Festival in Toronto

Carrie Mae Weems Leads 2019 Contact Festival in Toronto

One of the world's largest photography festivals has released its preliminary lineup. Other features include Nadia Myre, Ayana V. Jackson and Carmen Winant

New Project Turns Vancouver Buses Into Moving Public Art

New Project Turns Vancouver Buses Into Moving Public Art

Thirty TransLink buses will be wrapped with art for the year-long project. The buses will also host artist talks and art-making activities for families