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Amanda Boulos Wins RBC Canadian Painting Competition

Amanda Boulos Wins RBC Canadian Painting Competition

Emmanuel Osahor and geetha thurairajah receive honourable mentions

News in Brief: Public Art Galore and More

News in Brief: Public Art Galore and More

A massive shadow of a tree is now installed as art at UBC. Plus: six Canadians make the ArtNews Top 200 Collectors list and the Serpentine Pavilion is coming to Canada

Censorship Issues Surface at Arts Commons in Calgary

Censorship Issues Surface at Arts Commons in Calgary

First, a video about trans visibility was switched off. Then, a gallery was told to remove even the switched-off monitors, as well as a printed poster listing names of murdered trans people

News in Brief: Inuit Art Moves and More

News in Brief: Inuit Art Moves and More

The Kenojuak Cultural Centre opens and Avataq Cultural Institute joins forces with a museum. Also: a Chagall controversy revelation

Meet the Winners of the 2018 Canadian Art Writing Prize

Meet the Winners of the 2018 Canadian Art Writing Prize

Critics from Toronto, Saskatoon and Vancouver make a strong showing in this year’s edition of the national art-writing prize

TIFF Premieres Notable Artist Films

TIFF Premieres Notable Artist Films

Maria Lassnig, Richard Billingham, Sky Hopinka, Beatrice Gibson and Steve McQueen are among those featured

Artists and Curators Win Hnatyshyn Prizes

Artists and Curators Win Hnatyshyn Prizes

Five artists and two curators are receiving a total of $75,000 in award monies

MacKenzie Art Gallery Receives $25 Million Anonymous Donation

MacKenzie Art Gallery Receives $25 Million Anonymous Donation

It's the largest such donation in the gallery’s history, and will support expanded exhibitions and programs

News in Brief: An Indigenous Art Park Is Coming Soon, and More

News in Brief: An Indigenous Art Park Is Coming Soon, and More

A new park featuring public art by six Indigenous artists is opening imminently in Edmonton. Plus: A Victoria curator wins a Warhol grant, a Canadian is shortlisted for Ireland's largest art prize, and lots of staffing updates

The AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize Is No More

The AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize Is No More

Leading Canadian photo prize quietly winds down after a decade of activity