Annie Pootoogook

Over the next two months, billboards across Canada will feature art by Indigenous women. This vast linear gallery, with unprecedented visibility for women’s stories, is an act of cultural reconciliation. more


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


In 1969 when Annie Pootoogook was born in the Nunavut art-making community of Cape Dorset, there were no igloos, so she didn’t draw igloos, the late Inuit artist once said. Instead, she drew what she knew: more


It’s one thing to get an achievement award after a lifetime of dedication to a creative career, but as Vancouver’s arbiter of the avant-garde, Eric Metcalfe says, younger artists need a hit of recognition every once in a while too. more


The Yukon Arts Centre invites artists from across the country to the Canada Winter Games. more