The Visual Arts Section provides creation, production and dissemination support in the fields of architecture, crafts, photography and the...
Brett MacIntyre is the 2013 recipient of the Prix de Rome in Architecture for Emerging Practitioners. A graduate of the University of Victoria and of Dalhousie University in Halifax, he will travel to the Arctic region of Sapmi, home to the indigenous culture of the Sami, to study the approaches taken by different countries towards the fostering of aboriginal cultures through architecture.
Reece Terris, sculptor and installation artist, is one of 7 winners of the 2013 Victor Martyn Lynch-Staunton Awards.
From June 14 - July 26: Governor General's Award Winner Portraits by Martin Lipman
The Art Bank has partnered with Google to bring contemporary Canadian art to an international audience. The Google Art Project is a unique online platform, providing exciting free public access to the world’s foremost museums and art collections...
If you’re reading this, then the switch has been flipped on our new Market Access website module! This component went live on the...
Here's a handy tool: a searchable database of past grant recipients and prize winners.
Artist-goldsmith Charles Lewton-Brain says of his jewelry making, “I’m really interested in nature, and I think chaos, nature and sometimes random acts are more beautiful than if I force form onto the material. All humans respond to nature.”
6,036 grants. 634 communities. Learn more about the statistics in this detailed companion piece to the latest Canada Council Annual Report.
Ottawa, May 22, 2013 – The Canada Council for the Arts today announced the seven award-winning and internationally renowned artists...