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7 November 2017

07 November 2017 issue

Galleries West Digital

Vol 2 No 23   ISSN 2561-3316

Editor: Portia Priegert

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From the Editor

Tara Nicholson's exhibition at the Vernon Public Art Gallery explores British Columbia’s marijuana grow operations. more

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Campbell Wallace’s exhibition at the Scott Gallery in Edmonton demonstrates a quintessential anti-social media aesthetic. more

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This Vancouver show includes 650 newspaper photographs that document marches, blockades, demonstrations, strikes and occupations. more

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Wil Murray shadow-boxes with painting and photography in his latest show at the British window gallery, Vitrine. more

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Artistic research and process-driven work have taken shape in a powerful group exhibition, "Shards," at Gallery 1C03 in Winnipeg. more

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Camrose Ducote feels like she is pursuing some elusive truth in her abstract work. more

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The Kingston Prize of $20,000, presented by the Haynes Connell Foundation, and two Honourable Mention Awards of $2,000 each, were awarded during the opening exhibition at the Peel Art Gallery on November 4, 2017. more

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CBC News has obtained an internal report about the Alberta College of Art and Design in Calgary that paints "a bleak picture" of the school's financial future. more

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The Royal BC Museum’s newest international travelling exhibition, First Nations Masterworks from BC, has opened at the Museo del Oro in Bogotá, Colombia. It will run to April 1, 2018. more

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Special preview of Wolcoski’s landscapes presented during Vancouver’s Eastside Culture Crawl, November 16 - 19. more

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Winner of the $1000 People"s Choice prize at the exhibition at the Firehall Theatre in Gananoque, ON is Leslie Watts for her portrait, "The Bookseller". more

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The Saskatchewan Craft Council presents Wearable Art 3 — an exhibition of intricate, fanciful, and creative original designs — at SCC Gallery from November 4 to December 2, 2017. more

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37-year-old, Halifax-based artist awarded Canada’s most prestigious contemporary art prize worth $50,000, sealing her position as one of the country’s most exciting young artists. more

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