Sunday, November 18, 2018

Attica exhibition reveals a flashpoint that feels all too familiar now

It wasn’t the point, or even the intention, shrugs Gaelle Morel, the chief curator of the Ryerson Image Centre. How could it be, with...

LCI Education network agrees to acquire The Art Institute of Vancouver

The LCI Education network (LCI), which owns LaSalle College Vancouver (LCV), has reached an agreement to add The Art Institute of Vancouver (AIV) to...

The National Gallery of Canada acquires masterpiece by 20th century Scandinavian painter Vilhelm Hammershøi

Sunshine in the Drawing Room, painted in 1910 by one of Denmark's most celebrated artists, Vilhelm Hammershøi (1864–1916), is now part of the European...

Saskatoon’s new art gallery gets nod in article in the New York Times

Saskatoon's Remai Modern Art Gallery has been named in a New York Times article — along with a new addition of the Louvre Museum in Abu...

401 Richmond arts haven facing huge tax hike

401 Richmond, a long-standing downtown haven for dozens of non-profit arts and culture organizations, is grappling with a property tax increase in January likely...

‘My stomach dropped’: Artist discovers ‘stolen’ work on shirts being sold at Winners

Jody Edwards couldn't believe her eyes when she walked into her local Winners and saw a rack full of shirts with her artwork on...

National Gallery shuts down artist’s Instagram

Jay Isaac, a Toronto painter of some renown, woke up one day last week to find his Instagram feed had vanished. In place of the...

Making the arts experiences accessible to all is more important than ever

The National Ballet of Canada is programming Cinderella and Pinocchio; the Royal Ontario Museum is celebrating its 10th season of running a Friday-night dance...

Cupid endowed with mystery in restored Royal Alex mural

You may come away from the latest production at the Royal Alexandra Theatre with a probing question: what the heck is that large and...

Lawren Harris painting goes for record $11.2 million

The Lawren Harris painting Mountain Forms smashed a Canadian art record in Toronto on Wednesday night by selling for just over $11.2 million, more...

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