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17 December 2019 issue

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Galleries West

Vol. 4  No. 26   ISSN 2561-3316 

Editor: Portia Priegert

Our third annual roundup of Canada's top art books. Read more

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The stories behind Carey Newman's monumental tribute to residential school survivors. Read more

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Calgary's Lisa Christensen publishes her fourth hiking guide to the art of the Rockies. Read more

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National Gallery explores the movement's little-known female pioneers. Read more

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Two books published this year connect Canadian literature and landscape painting. Read more

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New book highlights places the artist painted across British Columbia. Read more

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Howe Street Studios, a 10,800-square-foot artist production facility at 1265 Howe Street, has opened. Read more

NEWS

Contemporary Calgary announces upcoming programming. Read more

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Brad Necyk, an Edmonton-area artist, has won the Governor General’s Award for his doctoral thesis. Read more

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The Inuit Art Foundation has opened applications for the Watt Scholarship, which support Canadian Inuit pursuing post-secondary education. Read more

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The MacKenzie Art Gallery has appointed artists Cat Bluemke and Jonathan Carroll as digital coordinators. Read more

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The Philip B. Lind Emerging Artist Prize, an annual award for British Columbia artists, has announced 11 finalists for its 2020 competition. Read more

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Xueyi Xie, the one millionth museum visitor, was welcomed with gifts that included an annual membership for the coming year. Read more

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Fogo Island Arts and the Hnatyshyn Foundation are seeking applications from young Canadian curators for a six-week residency in 2020. Read more

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The Winnipeg Art Gallery is welcoming Riva Symko as head of collections and exhibitions and curator of Canadian art, as well as Julia Lafreniere as manager of Indigenous initiatives. Read more

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Hamilton Artists Inc. has won the Lacey Prize, first award recognizing artist-run centres in Canada. It will share $90,000 with two runners up, Gallery Gachet in Vancouver and the Untitled Art Society in Calgary. Read more

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Its updated plan focuses on deepening the council's impact on the deaf and disability arts sector by supporting the expression of artists and expanding engagement. Read more

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Vancouver's Contemporary Art Gallery has  appointed Matthew Hyland as its new executive director, effective March 16. Read more

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Artists living and working in Canada are invited to compete for the 2020 Glenfiddich Artists in Residence Prize. The Canadian winner will be one of eight international artists to live and work at the Glenfiddich Distillery in the Scottish Highlands. Read more

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