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An exhibition at the Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery looks at art, archives and activism as they relate to the women’s movement in the 1970s. more

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When Geraldine Moodie created a 1906 portrait of several Inuit mothers with their offspring, including two naked babies, her camera captured an atmosphere of maternal ease and warmth. more

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Edith Kirk was more than “a quiet little English lady” who spent her final decades painting the Alberta landscape. more

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"Fair Play"

Copyright Ali Kazimi 2014.

This powerful group exhibition is one of several events this year to mark the 100th anniversary of Canada’s refusal to allow entry by 376 Indian migrants aboard a Japanese steamship, the Komagata Maru. more

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When Coast Salish artist Susan Point was getting her start back in the 1980s, galleries were not interested in her work with glass. “They said it wasn’t a native medium,” she recalls. “I didn’t care.” more

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When Brenna Maag was browsing in thrift shops a few years ago, she noticed crocheted doilies at rock-bottom prices. “In one display case, the doilies had been lovingly stacked,” she says. “But they didn’t seem to be popular items anymore.” more

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The photographs of German artist Annette Kelm are complex meditations on the nature of photography and image making. more

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Sara Robichaud looks for a balance between “awkwardness and beauty” when she creates large-scale abstract expressionist paintings. more

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Lisa Steele and Kim Tomczak have been collaborating on video, performance and photographic work since 1983. With "The Long Time," the artistic pair bring together work created over the past ten years. more

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Artist, curator, and instructor Elizabeth Russell placed oil pastels into the hands of a diverse group of Coquitlam workshop participants and asked them to express their concept of home, homeland, community and place. more

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Sasha Rogers left the prairies when she began painting 20 years ago, but she didn’t lose the influence of the vast landscape. more

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Doug Cranmer

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Northwest coast carver and artist Doug Cranmer shunned the limelight in his lifetime, but now a retrospective exhibition at Vancouver’s Museum of Anthropology shines a bright light on a collection of his works known as indigenous modern. more

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Sophie Jodoin is a Montreal-based artist who aims to create a subtle sense of discomfort for the viewer with her black and white drawings. more

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“I like to paint images from the natural environment,” says Victoria-based artist Steven Armstrong. more

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What does the simple act of drawing a line mean? This is the question Vancouver artist Lyndl Hall explores in her new series. more

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Carol Haigh grew up on Salt Spring Island and has been sailing since she was a girl, so her love of the ocean and sky has found its way into her acrylic paintings. more

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When Robert Marchessault and his partner moved from Toronto to a farm in the countryside in the 1990s, his long-held passion for trees found new direction. more

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Gu Xiong is a multimedia artist and photographer interested in the symbolic merging of two rivers he has come to know very well — the Yangtze River in China and the Fraser River in British Columbia. more

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Vancouver realtor and art collector Bob Rennie's Wing Sang gallery in the city’s Chinatown neighbourhood will house the first satellite gallery of the Royal British Columbia Museum. more

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When Hua Jin immigrated to Vancouver from China four years ago, she was lonely and lost. “My parents had passed away and I was divorced,” Jin explains. “I am from a generation where most of us are the only child.” more

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