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25 September 2018

Paul Freeman, “On the Antlers of a Dilemma (detail),” 2018

Galleries West

Vol 3 No 20    ISSN 2561-3316 

Editor: Portia Priegert

Deer antlers become a metaphor for shedding old patterns and overcoming trauma in an unflinching exhibition about healing and transformation. more

STORIES

Saskatoon gallery owner juggles business and his own painting practice. more

STORIES

Commercial photographer Dick Oulton’s portrait of mid-century life at the Polygon Gallery. more

STORIES

A Vancouver show focuses on the act of making as it celebrates craft skills and material sensitivity. more

STORIES

Saskatchewan artist strikes a sombre note after years spent exploring the complex relationship between humans and nature. more

STORIES

People with synesthesia may be able to hear, smell or taste these circular paintings. more

STORIES

Christopher Lacroix is the winner of the Philip B. Lind Emerging Artist Prize at the Polygon Gallery. more

NEWS

Calgary's Glenbow Museum will show century-old photographs by Geraldine and Douglas Moodie in Nunavut this fall. more

NEWS

Amanda Boulos is this year’s winner of the RBC Canadian Painting Competition. more

NEWS

I was intrigued by Art and the City,  a new project to curate the art that exists in plazas, lobbies and other public spaces in downtown Calgary as an accessible and engaging tour. more

NEWS

Elijah Harper’s eagle feather, a wampum belt made by a Haudenosaunee faith keeper, and a Cree artist’s cradleboard are displayed with handwritten excerpts from the Indian Act in a new exhibit at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg. more

NEWS

A recent federal court ruling that narrowed the grounds for exporting and donating art is causing concern at Canada’s art museums. more

NEWS

Keegan Starlight, Kalum Teke Dan and Roland Rollinmud will collaborate on a mural in the entrance to the Calgary's new library. more

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After 16 years in business, including 10 years in their current location, Calgary's Herringer Kiss Gallery is moving. more

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Indigenous Arts will be programmed throughout the calendar year as curator Reneltta Arluk works to strengthen Indigenous storytelling. more

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The inaugural dance of master carver and hereditary Haida Chief James Hart’s "The Dance Screen (The Scream Too)" will be held Sept. 22 in Whistler, B.C. more

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A gathering of Indigenous artists, elders, knowledge keepers, curators and scholars informed the intent and shape of the project. more

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The Alberta College of Art and Design and the Lodgepole Centre, ACAD’s Indigenous resource space, have partnered with the Tsuut’ina Nation to help revitalize the Dené language. more

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