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5 November 2019 issue

Myfanwy MacLeod, “The Undesirables,” 2019

Galleries West

Vol. 4  No. 23   ISSN 2561-3316 

Editor: Portia Priegert

Ira Hoffecker uses art to come to terms with dark secrets from the past. Read more

STORIES

Vancouver exhibition peels back the process on public art projects. Read more

STORIES

Woodworker’s unending curiosity yields a wide range of work. Read more

STORIES

American artist Alicia Henry’s tenderly made portraits hover in the space between face and mask, challenging our gaze. Read more

STORIES

At 92, Hazel Litzgus continues to create paintings based on her childhood memories. Read more

STORIES

A sublime interlude – if you’re open to the divine. Read more

STORIES

Artist looks at precarious cycles of displacement and gentrification in urban centres. Read more

STORIES

The Eastside Culture Crawl takes place Nov. 14 to Nov. 17. Read more

NEWS

Regina's MacKenzie Art Gallery has launched its new website, mackenzie.art. Read more

NEWS

Kitty Scott is the National Gallery of Canada's new deputy director and chief curator, effective Jan. 6. Read more

NEWS

Western Canadian galleries did well last month at Art Toronto, a major contemporary art fair. Read more

NEWS

Atleigh Homma is the 2019 winner of the $20,000 Kingston Prize for Canadian portraiture. Read more

NEWS

The Banff Centre's visual arts programs for 2020 include a themed residency about plastic. Read more

NEWS

The Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg has launched Friday Night Rights, a new initiative that offers reduced admissions and special programs. Read more

NEWS

The Banff Centre is hosting a three-day summit about Canadian art-making practices in a rapidly digitizing world. Read more

NEWS