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18 July 2017

18 July 2017

Galleries West Digital

Vol 2 No 15   ISSN 2561-3316

Editor: Portia Priegert

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From the Editor

At first glance, "Transect" seems to channel some of the ambitious spirit behind Buckminster Fuller’s geodesic dome at Expo 67. more

STORIES

Brendan Tang and Sonny Assu collaborate on an exploration of youth culture at The Reach Gallery Museum in Abbotsford, B.C. more

STORIES

Helen Mackie has always been interested in biology and nature – a fascination that translated into myriad of prints throughout her 40-year career as an artist. more

STORIES

Landlocked Saskatchewan has no sea, but Todd Gronsdahl has created three fanciful stories about misadventures on regional waterways for his show at Saskatoon's Kenderdine Art Gallery. more

STORIES

Karin Bubaš presents large-scale photographs of desert flora that she shot in California. more

STORIES

Australian artist Gordon Bennett’s exhibition is a powerful attack on systemic racism. more

STORIES

Victoria intermedia artist Paul Walde braved rough water to swim across Canoe Lake in Ontario's Algonquin Park earlier this month to mark the 100th anniversary of Tom Thomson’s death. more

NEWS

PAVED Arts will be greening its co-owned building with $95,000 from Co-op Community Spaces Community Spaces and $75,000 from the Canada Cultural Spaces Fund. more

NEWS

Vancouver Flats arts and culture community urges TransLink to avoid “cut and cover” to preserve rare Finning industrial building. more

NEWS

Nuit Blanche Edmonton is working hard to bring its all-night contemporary art event back to Edmonton in 2018. The event organizers hope to scale up the event from 50,000 attendees in 2015, to 75,000 in September 2018. more

NEWS

The Belkin Art Gallery is pleased to launch a new series of investigations considering the public realm of the UBC campus. more

NEWS

The Winnipeg Art Gallery announces "INSURGENCE/RESURGENCE," a groundbreaking exhibition focused on leading and emerging Indigenous artists from across Canada. more

NEWS

The 18th edition of the fair will present 95 galleries from 8 countries and 29 cities. more

NEWS

Barbara Davidson, Copenhagen street scene photographed with Volvo on-board safety camera

Hand-out Volvo Car Group

Volvo Cars, known for its leadership in safety, has teamed up with three-time Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer and artist Barbara Davidson for a world-first - using the on-board safety cameras of the Volvo XC60 to create a photo collection. more

NEWS

Meeka Walsh, editor of "Border Crossings" since 1993, has been made a Member of the Order of Canada in the award’s 50th anniversary year. more

NEWS

The Board of The Kingston Prize Association, and the Jury, have announced the names of the thirty finalists in The Kingston Prize 2017, Canada's portrait competition. more

NEWS

RBC, in collaboration with Canadian Art, is pleased to announce the jury-selected 15 finalists from among 682 submissions for the 19th annual RBC Canadian Painting Competition. more

NEWS

The Kelowna Art Gallery announces the appointment of Toby Lawrence as Curator effective July 4, 2017. more

NEWS