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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.

News in Brief: A Court Case Surprise and More

Canada’s art-export processes and CPERB face judicial scrutiny. Plus: Banksy-show problems in Toronto, new Indigenous public art for Calgary, Canadians at Art Basel, and more

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Adrienne Huard Awarded Canadian Art Editorial Residency

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.

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News in Brief: Artists Get New National Gallery Agreement and More

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.

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Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan Win $30K Award of Distinction

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.

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News in Brief: Nova Scotia Offers $2 Million to Annie Leibovitz, and More

Also making news: a Vancouver Biennale lineup, celebrations at the Bill Reid Gallery, and multiple award wins.

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New Records at Canada’s Spring Auctions

A $3.6 million Borduas led sales at Toronto auctions in recent days.

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An Unprecedented Sobey Shortlist

For the first time in the award’s history, four out of five finalists are BIPOC.

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News in Brief: Canadian Museum Attendance Surges and More

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.

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Inside the New Indigenous Architecture Project in Venice

On Saturday, “Unceded: Voices of the Land”—presented by Douglas Cardinal—opens to the public at the Venice Architecture Biennale. Get a preview here.

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News in Brief: A Push for Indigenous Museum Repatriation and More

Plus: Curators announced for the first Toronto Biennial, and arts leaders recognized with the Order of Canada.

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Musqueam Artist Susan Point Wins $30K Audain Prize

Lifetime achievement award honours Point as a key figure in re-establishing the vitality of Salish art.

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News in Brief: Christie’s Releases NGC’s Chagall and More

Plus: Heffel challenges art-export ruling in federal court, and Banksy and Ai Weiwei shows are coming to Canada.

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