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26 September 2017

26 September 2017 issue

Galleries West Digital

Vol 2 No 20   ISSN 2561-3316

Editor: Portia Priegert

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From the Editor

Beautiful and gentle, but with a political pulse like a metronome, the "Black Gold Tapestry" is contemporary fine craft based on a medieval masterpiece. more

STORIES

Travis McEwen creates an alternative futuristic world where “otherness” is both welcomed and embraced. more

STORIES

You have to admire Contemporary Calgary’s courage in launching "extratextual," a group survey show about art and text. more

NEWS

When it comes to nourishing her artistic vision, no distance is too far to travel for Toronto-based artist Yael Brotman. more

STORIES

Kapwani Kiwanga is interested in Africa's transition from colonial rule and has spent many hours searching for archival imagery of different independence celebrations. more

STORIES

Mark Mullin has chosen a great title – "Sticks and Stones" – for his new show, on view until Oct. 7 at the Paul Kuhn Gallery in Calgary. more

STORIES

Major headlines have gone to the recent opening of Emily Carr University of Art and Design at its new location and anticipation of the Remai Modern's opening on Oct. 21, but lots more is happening. more

NEWS

Program features selections from the world’s largest collection of Picasso linocuts, artist-led projects, immersive installations, and modern and contemporary art from Canada and the world. more

NEWS

In a 'Report to the Community' on Sept. 13, Jay Mehr, the board chair of Contemporary Calgary, said negotiations with the City of Calgary to take over the Centennial Planetarium have broken down. more

NEWS

A companion exhibition to the National Gallery of Canada’s 2017 Canadian Biennial, "Turbulent Landings" features new work from Canadian and International artists. more

NEWS

Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity has announced the appointment of Howard R. Jang as Vice President, Arts and Leadership, effective Jan. 8, 2018. more

NEWS

These annual tours give visitors and locals an opportunity to experience a sampling of what Vancouver's Public Art Program has to offer. The tours will focus on the Burrard Corridor and Yaletown-False Creek areas. more

NEWS