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News Roundup: Alberta Arts Groups Upset over Provincial Grant Changes

News Roundup: Alberta Arts Groups Upset over Provincial Grant Changes

Some $2 million in project grants are affected. Plus: Canada Council details $55 million COVID-19 relief fund, and Kent Monkman apologizes for artwork depicting sexual assault

News Roundup: Thierry Mugler Tops List of Most-Visited Canadian Exhibitions

News Roundup: Thierry Mugler Tops List of Most-Visited Canadian Exhibitions

The Art Newspaper’s survey of 2019’s most-visited shows and museums has the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and the Royal Ontario Museum leading the country

Art Galleries and Museums Start to Reopen, Where Permitted

Art Galleries and Museums Start to Reopen, Where Permitted

Last week, the Winnipeg Art Gallery reopened to the public, along with Quebec City’s Galerie3—but the blockbuster exhibition may never return, says one expert

News Roundup: Winnipeg Art Gallery Reopens with First Days Focused on Frontline Workers

News Roundup: Winnipeg Art Gallery Reopens with First Days Focused on Frontline Workers

Also, Canadian Barry Blitt wins a Pulitzer for his New Yorker illustrations, and the Remai Modern and Polygon Gallery win major architecture prizes

Canadian Dealers Prepare for First Virtual Frieze New York Art Fair

Canadian Dealers Prepare for First Virtual Frieze New York Art Fair

Bradley Ertaskiran, Unit 17, MKG127, Cooper Cole and Daniel Faria Gallery are the Canadian galleries participating in the first virtual edition of the fair

In Canada, Too, COVID-19 Impacts Commercial Art Dealers—and Their Artists

In Canada, Too, COVID-19 Impacts Commercial Art Dealers—and Their Artists

A new international study has shown a 72 per cent slump in gallery income worldwide due to COVID-19 crisis, and Canada is not insulated from that

News Roundup: Artists and Arts Leaders Call for Equity in Newest COVID-19 Relief Funds

News Roundup: Artists and Arts Leaders Call for Equity in Newest COVID-19 Relief Funds

“We need to ensure that small groups experiencing the highest existential threat have access to this support,” says one advocate

Divya Mehra Awarded the 2019 Wanda Koop Research Fund

Divya Mehra Awarded the 2019 Wanda Koop Research Fund

The $15,000 award recognizes a mid-career visual artist and is intended to fund research activities related to their artistic practice

News Roundup: New Guidelines Released for Paying Artists During COVID-19 Crisis

News Roundup: New Guidelines Released for Paying Artists During COVID-19 Crisis

The much needed recommendations cover cancelled artist talks, exhibitions where art was installed before closure, digital reproduction of artworks and more

Robert Houle, Anique Jordan Win Top Prizes at Toronto Friends of the Visual Arts Awards