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Sunday, October 22, 2017

The National Gallery of Canada presents the 2017 Canadian Biennial

On view from October 19, 2017, to March 18, 2018 - More than 100 recent acquisitions of Canadian and Indigenous contemporary art – including, for the first time, international artworks by more than 50 artists on display

Art Gallery of Ontario names new top curator

British-born Julian Cox has been named the AGO’s chief curator after a yearlong vacancy.

Artist of stolen $18K bullet-riddled Bieber painting says thief called him to confess

Toronto artist Viktor Mitic says he was contacted by the thief who stole his bullet-riddled portrait of Justin Bieber from a Toronto gallery, supposedly on a drunken dare.

The death, and life, of Annie Pootoogook on vivid display at the McMichael gallery

She broke ground for a generation of Inuit artists. Her work, and her tragic death last year, helped us see how much more is broken.

Casa Loma Will Be Transformed Into A Massive Haunted Castle This Fall

Legends of Horror is an annual event that takes courageous participants on a 1.75-km self-guided walking tour around a horror-themed Casa Loma.

Young Toronto Muslim women turn to art for better representation

Zahra Agjee and SoJin Chun worked together with 12 young Muslim women in Toronto on the creation of the Collecting Personal Archives exhibition at the Gardiner Museum.

Ontario Boosting Support for Thriving Arts and Culture Sector

Major Funding Increase Will Create Jobs and Strengthen Communities. Ontario is increasing funding to the Ontario Arts Council (OAC) to support the continued success of the province's thriving arts sector. 


The Ottawa International Animation Festival (OIAF), North America’s leading animation film festival, is pleased to announce an exciting opportunity for anyone with a great idea for an animated TV series.

Six Photographers Took The Same Man’s Picture, What They Captured Will Make You Think

When you hold preconceived thought and beliefs this can manifest itself in sometimes ugly ways and at the very least can skew your judgement.

City approves $2 million in relief funding for Calgary’s struggling arts groups

Ten large arts organizations in Calgary hammered by the ongoing economic downturn and at risk of closing their doors are one step closer to getting a $2-million boost from city council.