Get up-to-date reports on Canada’s art news including notable appointments and gallery shifts, as well as key award announcements as they happen.
The residency is a national prize awarded annually to a student with an interest in developing expertise in the realm of professional art-magazine publishing.
Plus: a new director of visual arts at the Banff Centre, a new director and Aboriginal curator at Open Space, Contact Festival and Fogo Island award wins and more.
Since 1989, Winnipeg duo’s breakthrough feminist art includes We’re Talking Vulva, Lesbian National Parks and Services, and A Day in the Life of a Bull-Dyke.
Also making news: a Vancouver Biennale lineup, celebrations at the Bill Reid Gallery, and multiple award wins.
More Canadians are visiting galleries and museums than ever, says a new study. Plus: treaty-based public art, lots of new curatorial hires and more.
On Saturday, “Unceded: Voices of the Land”—presented by Douglas Cardinal—opens to the public at the Venice Architecture Biennale. Get a preview here.
Plus: Curators announced for the first Toronto Biennial, and arts leaders recognized with the Order of Canada.
Lifetime achievement award honours Point as a key figure in re-establishing the vitality of Salish art.
Plus: Heffel challenges art-export ruling in federal court, and Banksy and Ai Weiwei shows are coming to Canada.