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23 October 2018

Detail of Lana Whiskeyjack’s acrylic painting, “I Love You,” 2014

Galleries West

Vol 3 No 22    ISSN 2561-3316 

Editor: Portia Priegert

Two Indigenous women use film and art to encourage dialogue and healing. more

STORIES

If you think dipping is for cookies and doughnuts, you haven’t seen the latest paintings of this 80-something Calgary artist. more

STORIES

A longtime Vancouver printmaker explores his love of alpine terrains – in paintings. more

STORIES

Craig Le Blanc reveals his doubts and anxieties about masculinity in an exhibition at Edmonton’s Front Gallery. more

STORIES

A fascinating show offers insight into the complex histories and cultures of South Asia. more

STORIES

Gorgeous prints posted on hoardings around Vancouver construction sites address anxieties about urban change. more

STORIES

It's the first Canadian show for the five-member collective, Polit-Sheer-Form Office or PFSO. more

NEWS

The Remai Modern in Saskatoon says it has attracted twice as many visitors as expected in it first year of operation. more

NEWS

Brittany Nickerson is the new programming coordinator at The New Gallery in Calgary. more

NEWS

Sandra Harquail has won the $4,000 first prize at the Salt Spring Island Ceramic Awards. The second prize of $2,000 went to Robin DuPont, and the third prize of $1,000 was awarded to Amy Li Chuan Chang. more

NEWS

The West Vancouver Art Museum has hired Hilary Letwin as assistant curator. more

NEWS

Free visits to the art gallery are just what the doctor ordered in Montreal. more

NEWS

Allison Andrachuk is the new director and CEO of Vancouver's Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art. more

NEWS

Some of the oldest works in the Winnipeg Art Gallery's collection are back on view in a new way. Salon Style: Reimagining the Collection brings together almost 200 historical paintings, displayed one atop another, starting Oct. 16. more

NEWS

Murray Whyte moves to the Boston Globe. more

NEWS

Pierre Théberge, former director of the National Gallery of Canada, is dead. more

NEWS