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30 July 2019

Lauren Crazybull, “Self-Portrait,” 2019

Galleries West

Vol 4 No 16   ISSN 2561-3316 

Editor: Portia Priegert

People are busy. Money is tight. The first story in our two-part series looks at how galleries attract diverse audiences. Read more

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People are busy. Money is tight. The second story in our two-part series looks at what visitors pay to see art at public art galleries. Read more

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Artists from crisis-torn regions who live in the West reflect concerns about their homelands. Read more

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Three emerging artists who work with textiles consider the domestic, the historical and the biological. Read more

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Artist examines links between advertising, design and desire. Read more

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Alberta’s first artist in provincial residence reverses the colonial gaze by painting powerful portraits of Indigenous people. Read more

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Mid-career and established managers in Canadian professional arts organizations can apply for the John Hobday Awards in Arts Management. Read more

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Five artists will examine local histories and resurgent Indigenous traditions as part of the first Blue Cabin Floating Artist Residency in Vancouver's False Creek over the coming year. Read more

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Winnipeg's arts community is reeling after an inferno destroyed a North End warehouse that housed numerous studios. Read more

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Thirty finalists have been chosen for the Kingston Prize for Canadian portraiture. Read more

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Fifty-two artists from across Canada have been selected as finalists for the latest Salt Spring National Art Prize. Read more

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Mark Heine’s painting, Labyrinth, has won the Haynes Galleries Award at the Art Renewal Centre Salon, a major global competition for contemporary realism. Read more

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An installation by Kelowna-based artist Samuel Roy-Bois is the latest work commissioned or the Polygon Gallery in North Vancouver. Read more

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Lisa Hodgkinson is the first emerging artist in residence at the Kiyooka Ohe Arts Centre in Calgary. Read more

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Seven galleries in Edmonton are holding a joint exhibition that opens July 25. Read more

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Emmy Lee Wall has been appointed executive director of the Capture Photo Festival. Read more

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