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20 November 2018

Alberta-based artist Paul Bernhardt’s painting “Communication Breakdown,” 2009

Galleries West

Vol 3 No 24    ISSN 2561-3316 

Editor: Portia Priegert

A self-described madwoman extraordinaire merges tarot and fairy tale archetypes to explore the human journey. Read more

STORIES

Jay Senetchko tackles art’s patriarchal history with heroic female figures that would be at home in Soviet propaganda. Read more

STORIES

Tamara Lee-Anne Cardinal explores the role of the Jingle Dress dance in Indigenous healing. Read more

STORIES

Working in isolation on a painting trip to British Columbia's Bugaboo Mountains was a turning point for Jasper artist. Read more

STORIES

Contemporary women artists from Aboriginal Australia reveal fascinating glimpses of an evolving culture. Read more

STORIES

The recession sidelined the Canada Council Art Bank. But it may be back on the radar and buying art again soon. Read more

STORIES

It is be a non-profit, collective-run centre open to all without admission fees or memberships. Read more

NEWS

The Vancouver Art Gallery says more than 600,000 visitors attended its exhibitions and programs over the last fiscal year, a new record. Read more

NEWS

The show, A Conversation in Clay, is curated by gallery director Stephen Borys, and is on view until March 10. Read more

NEWS

Mary Yuusipik Singaqti, born in the remote Back River area north of Baker Lake in the Nunavut interior, is known for her wall hangings and carvings. Read more

NEWS

The grants, recently approved by Vancouver's city council, include $130,000 for organizations that support Indigenous-led projects. Read more

NEWS

Bell has been with the gallery since 2014, most recently serving as acting curator. Read more

NEWS

Former Winnipeg artist Marcel Dzama is part of the prestigious American television series Art21. Read more

NEWS

She is the 15th Canadian artist under 40 to win the award, valued this year at $100,000. Read more

NEWS

A new annual fellowship encourages research into Canadian and Indigenous Canadian war and military art. Read more

NEWS

Victoria-based artist Colton Hash is the inaugural recipient of an artist-in-residence program announced today by the University of Victoria. Read more

NEWS

The Vancouver Art Gallery explores transformation and change in The Metamorphosis, an exhibition of contemporary art from the gallery’s collection. Read more

NEWS

Art Gallery of Ontario is trying to raise $1.3 million for an Infinity Mirror Room. Read more

NEWS

An exhibition of scroll-like, hand-drawn animation featuring martial arts fiction will premiere in China this fall. Read more

NEWS