ART GALLERY OF NOVA SCOTIA AND FIN ATLANTIC INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL LAUNCH ATLANTIC CINEMATHEQUE EXPERIENCEMonday, 13 January 2020
The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia and FIN Atlantic International Film Festival have partnered to launch the Atlantic Cinematheque through the presentation of films that focus on works by Atlantic Canadian filmmakers.
New exhibitions opening at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia showcase Canadian artists, celebrate local legacyThursday, 7 November 2019
Two new exhibitions showcasing contemporary Canadian art open Saturday, November 9, at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia. Both exhibitions, Althea Thauberger: The State of the Situation and NSCAD Lithography Workshop: Contemporary Editions, represent a celebration of Canadian contemporary artists across an array of art mediums.
Thursday, 30 May 2019
Opening June 1, 2019, the newest exhibition at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Here We Are Here: Black Canadian Contemporary Art, highlights the deep-rooted history of Black Canadians and Black culture in Canada, where dominant narratives of Canadian History have reduced the Black Canadian experience to one of an everlasting immigrant or newcomer.
Art Gallery of Nova Scotia to Display Newly Discovered Maud Lewis Artwork Timing Coincides with the Opening of Maudie in HalifaxMonday, 10 April 2017
Halifax, NS (April 10, 2017) – With a new film about her life set to be released, and a recently discovered original work, Maud Lewis is enjoying a renaissance. The famed Nova Scotia folk artist, who toiled in extreme poverty and with severe physical hardship, is one of Canada’s most well-known yet under-appreciated artists.
Friday, 3 February 2017
40 year retrospective featuring newly created, never before seen works
Friday, 25 November 2016
NOVEMBER 25, 2016 – HALIFAX, NS – The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia’s hours of operation at the Halifax location will change for the winter and the holiday season.
Saturday, 24 September 2016
September 24, 2016—The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia mourns the passing of contemporary Inuit artist Annie Pootoogook. Pootoogook was the first woman and first Indigenous artist to win the preeminent Sobey Art Award in 2006.
Thursday, 22 September 2016
Collection celebrates newly-acquired historical works enriching the Province’s collection
Friday, 24 June 2016
29 artists ambitiously interpret the province’s rich visual culture
Des chefs de fil canadiens appuient une campagne pour les jeunes en faveur de la justice et de la paix en Nouvelle-ÉcosseFriday, 17 June 2016
16 juin 2016, HALIFAX—Un groupe de chefs de fil canadiens issus des différents paliers du gouvernement, du monde des affaires, du milieu juridique, du milieu de la santé et du milieu culturel et communautaire joignent leur voix à une nouvelle initiative qui vise à soutenir les jeunes de la Nouvelle-Écosse qui utilisent les arts afin de faire progresser la paix, le vivre ensemble, la sécurité et la réconciliation au sein de leurs collectivités.
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