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2 January 2018

2 January 2018 issue

Galleries West Digital

Vol 3 No 1   ISSN 2561-3316

Editor: Portia Priegert

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From the Editor

While perhaps not strictly art, the show has plenty of artistry, as well as a strong message about the need to protect a natural world under increasing threat from a burgeoning human population. more

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This show reveals there’s still much recovery work to be done on the history of women artists in Western Canada. more

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Surreal, dream-like, spiritual and shrewdly insightful are descriptions that come to mind when viewing Inuit artist Shuvinai Ashoona’s work. more

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You don’t need a tank to breach the world’s longest undefended border, the 8,891 kilometres separating Canada and the United States. more

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Billed as a transcontinental journey through the country’s alpine vistas, this show invites the public to see mountains through the eyes of some of Canada's greatest artists. more

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It's obvious that Caroline Stanley's nature paintings are based on photographs. more

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Medalta, the ceramic centre in Medicine Hat, Alta., heads into the New Year led by Aaron Nelson. more

NEWS

Henry Navarro was selected unanimously by an expert local jury: Teresa VandeMeere-Chasse, Frances Oles, Dianne Oppen, Suzanne Delisle and Monika Steputh for Summer/Fall 2018. more

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Sandra Singh, current chief librarian at the Vancouver Public Library, takes on the role of General Manager in Arts, Culture and Community Services. more

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The initiative now has support from all three levels of government as well as private sector funding, underscoring the value of the Inuit Art Centre for the province and country. more

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