When I first viewed Chris Cran’s paintings in a survey show at the Kelowna Art Gallery in 1998, something pricked my senses. more »
Saskatoon based painter Robert Christie talks about his exhibition "Colour and Construction". The exhibition ran May 11 - 30, 2013 at The GALLERY / art placement inc., Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, more »
May 16, 2013 in EVENT VIDEOS
Photography in British Columbia has a long history that dates back to the 1800s, when Hannah Maynard, a determined and independent-minded woman, made her way in what was then largely a man’s trade. more »
Vancouver painter Val Nelson makes final preparations for her May 2013 exhibition at Bau-Xi Gallery in Toronto, "Bilder/Pictures". In the video, she is planning out the hanging for the show, and talks about some of the linkages between the paintngs. more »
May 10, 2013 in EVENT VIDEOS
Few people today have heard of Charles John Collings, but in his time the reclusive British-born painter had a considerable reputation. more »
Winnipeg artist Andrew Valko talks about his work and creative process. more »
Nov 14, 2012 in EVENT VIDEOS
You might say Calgary’s experience last year as a Cultural Capital of Canada ended not with a bang or a whimper, but with a flash mob. Even a $5.8-million infusion of federal arts funding gave cultural patriots little to cheer.
This fall TRUCK Gallery will be moving to a new, larger, accessible, street level gallery space located in Sunalta community with ground level, barrier free, access just blocks away from the new West LRT Sunalta Station.
The Board of Governors of Glenbow Museum is pleased to announce the appointment of Donna Livingstone to the role of full-time President and Chief Executive Officer of Glenbow Museum, effective immediately.
Works by some of the world’s greatest artists will be gathered under one roof this summer as the Winnipeg Art Gallery celebrates its Centennial with the opening of "100 Masters: Only in Canada" on Saturday, May 11.
Effective immediately and through to September 2013, visitors to the Whyte Museum will be admitted by donation, in place of Museum admission fees as a trial period, with the intention of continuing the policy indefinitely.