PhD student Robbi Bishop-Taylor creates a vivid map of Canadian roads and highways.
Presented by the Red Bull Music Academy and Centre Phi, the exhibition immerses attendees into a world that Björk conceived of to accompany the music from her emotional 2015 album, Vulnicura (Latin for “cure for wounds”).
A new photography collection elegantly captures the enduring spirit of cowboy culture—with a chapter dedicated to the struggling ranchers of the Canadian West.
Created in partnership with the National Film Board of Canada, with a score by Canadian composer duo Menalon and voice acting by Nicholas Campbell, the film approaches complex themes with an uncommon mix of gravity and whimsicality.
As IDS West attracts approximately 36,000 design-minded visitors to its exhibitor gallery per year, Collect is a valuable opportunity for local artists to add another dimension through which visitors may deepen their understanding of the province’s creative culture.
Since its inception, the Setouchi Triennale has garnered international attention for its blue chip art, displayed in a surreally beautiful and utterly remote setting.
On now until February 19 at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, She Photographs encourages its audience to consider the role of contemporary photography from a female perspective.
Over the last two decades, ART21 has changed the paradigm for teaching about the creative process. Now, the documentary series turns its focus to Vancouver’s art scene.
Leaning into her microphone at the post-premiere press conference of Lion, the first feature film by Australian director Garth Davis, actor Nicole Kidman admitted, “I don’t think there is a Hollywood anymore.”