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9 October 2018

Lori Golderg, “Cacophony of Our Debris,” 2018

Galleries West

Vol 3 No 21    ISSN 2561-3316 

Editor: Portia Priegert

A Vancouver artist tackles the human love affair with stuff – and the dirty secrets about the garbage it creates. Read more

STORIES

Anxiety and desire create an emotional pendulum in an era shaped by environmental crisis, political turmoil, addiction and escapism. Read more

STORIES

Kasia Sosnowski dissects the experience of grief in fragile ceramics that evoke the courage and strength of vulnerability. Read more

STORIES

Hyperreal sculptures that challenge our concepts of beauty and empathy are among the highlights at the Vancouver Biennale. Read more

STORIES

A Winnipeg show that elevates work by female and non-binary artists considers the body as a site of personal and collective histories. Read more

STORIES

A dark yet illuminating fable that explores identity through an alter-ego protagonist, this Calgary show brings together influences ranging from graphic novels to Old Masters. Read more

STORIES

Anna Eyler is the winner of this year’s Emerging Digital Artists Award at Trinity Square Video in Toronto. Read more

NEWS

Lisa Baldissera has been appointed director of Griffin Art Projects. Read more

NEWS

Yun-Jou Chang and Godfre Leung are joining Centre A in Vancouver in the roles of interim executive director and curator, respectively. They replace Tyler Russell, who is the new executive director of the Rotary Centre for the Arts in Kelowna. Read more

NEWS

The Burrard Arts Foundation is relocating its operations to 258 East 1st Ave. at the centre of the False Creek Flats neighbourhood. Read more

NEWS

Premier Rachel Notley officially opened the Royal Alberta Museum in Edmonton, hosting a celebration that included an Indigenous blessing and the dramatic unveiling of two bronze mammoths. Read more

NEWS

Doug and Louise Leatherdale have donated $1 million for the Inuit Art Centre under construction in Winnipeg. Read more

NEWS

The Salt Spring Island Potters Guild presents its second biennial ceramic arts exhibition and prize, expanded this year to include artists from across British Columbia. Read more

NEWS