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Indigenous Artists Make 68 Cents for Every Dollar Non-Indigenous Artists Make: Report

Indigenous Artists Make 68 Cents for Every Dollar Non-Indigenous Artists Make: Report

A new report called Demographic Diversity of Artists in Canada in 2016 is based on census data—and it shows substantial inequities in the national arts field

26 Artists Announced for Next Contemporary Native Art Biennial

26 Artists Announced for Next Contemporary Native Art Biennial

Curated by David Garneau with the assistance of Rudi Aker and Faye Mullen, the preliminary list includes Judy Anderson, Jon Corbett and Wally Dion, among others

Former Remai Modern CEO Removed from Human Rights Investigation

Former Remai Modern CEO Removed from Human Rights Investigation

Saskatchewan judge rules that inordinate delay in process, and prejudice suffered by former CEO as a result, is sufficient to grant a stay of proceedings against him

Ken Lum Wins $50,000 Gershon Iskowitz Prize

Ken Lum Wins $50,000 Gershon Iskowitz Prize

Lum also to have a related exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ontario in 2021

New President Named for OCAD University

New President Named for OCAD University

Ana Serrano is currently chief digital officer of the Canadian Film Centre and an adjunct professor in the university’s Digital Futures graduate program

OCAD U Accountability Examined in New Report

OCAD U Accountability Examined in New Report

Initiated after a public demonstration last spring, the report recommends Canada’s largest art and design university update policies and increase Indigenous supports

Stan Douglas to Represent Canada at the 2021 Venice Biennale

Stan Douglas to Represent Canada at the 2021 Venice Biennale

For more than three decades, the artist has connected local histories to questions of image-making, collective memory and broader social movements

News Roundup: Kent Monkman Paintings Debut at the Met

News Roundup: Kent Monkman Paintings Debut at the Met

Plus: An artist launches a new fund to diversify the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts collection and the minister of Canadian Heritage gets his list of policy priorities

Toronto Gallery Margin of Eras at Risk of Closing

Toronto Gallery Margin of Eras at Risk of Closing

Amid cuts to Ontario arts funding and surges of gentrification in Parkdale, the gallery, which creates space for artists on the margins, is struggling to keep its doors open

New Architecture and Design Gallery Invites Visitors to Turn On, Tune In and Take a Nap

New Architecture and Design Gallery Invites Visitors to Turn On, Tune In and Take a Nap

The Toronto gallery opens with a cave-like installation accessible to the public 12 hours a day, six days a week