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27 March 2018

Emily Carr, "Self-Portrait," circa 1899

Galleries West

Vol 3 No 7    ISSN 2561-3316 

Editor: Portia Priegert

From the Editor

Experts debate whether a drawing in a self-portrait show at Calgary's Glenbow Museum is actually Emily Carr or by Emily Carr. more

HISTORICAL ART & AUCTIONS

Two artists bring a touch of home to the University of Alberta Hospital. more

STORIES 1 Comments

Nancy Campbell's new book ponders the fateful decision to give an Inuit artist one of Canada's most prestigious art prizes. more

BOOKS

Art about the nuclear age is the focus of a sobering show at the Vancouver Art Gallery. more

STORIES

An artist from Winnipeg explores back-breaking labour in the B.C. forest and the California desert. more

STORIES

Vancouver artist Patricia Johnston's luminous seascapes seek to communicate the transcendental. more

STORIES

Nominations are open until May 11 for the Rozsa Award for Excellence in Arts Management. more

NEWS

Amy Dryer and Bonnie MacRae-Kilb were participants in the Calgary Stampede’s 2016 Artist Ranch Project. more

NEWS

Statistics Canada has released updated economic data for the Canadian arts, culture and sports sectors from 2010 to 2016. more

NEWS

The Hnatyshyn Foundation has awarded Janique Vigier the 2018 Hnatyshyn Foundation Fogo Island Arts Young Curator Residency. more

NEWS

The festival's feature exhibition, "The Blue Hour," is produced in partnership with Vancouver's Contemporary Art Gallery and includes work by five Canadian and international artists. more

NEWS

Art Vancouver returns to the Vancouver Convention Centre this year for the fourth time, running from April 19 to April 22. more

NEWS

Vancouver's Stephen Waddell, Toronto's Greg Staats and Moyra Davey, of Toronto and New York, are on the 2018 shortlist for the $50,000 prize. more

NEWS

The Vancouver Art Book Fair will hold its seventh annual fair at the Emily Carr University of Art + Design from Oct. 18 to Oct. 21. The deadline for exhibitors is April 15. more

NEWS

The Resilience project will display work by 50 Indigenous women artists on 167 billboards from coast to coast to coast this summer. more

NEWS

The Works Art & Design Festival runs June 21 to July 3 at the Federal Building Plaza on the north end of the Alberta Legislature grounds beside 99th Avenue. more

NEWS

The new gallery is opening in conjunction with the Museum of Vancouver's much-anticipated First Nations exhibition, "Haida Now." more

NEWS

Highlights include Canada’s first and only show of paintings from the world-renowned Ordrupgaard collection of Impressionist and Danish art, which opens May 18. more

NEWS

Once a year, the National Gallery of Canada receives $15,000 from artist Takao Tanabe to recognize an up-and-coming Canadian artist through the purchase of their work for the national collection. more

NEWS