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  • Naked Craft

    It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s… superglue?!

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  • Pavia Q&A

    In late October 2015, the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia announced the upcoming opening of a new fully licensed café on the main floor of its Halifax location on Hollis Street.

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  • Skin

    Race, gender, fragility, strength and a meat dress: revisit the show-stopping Skin: the seduction of surface exhibition (presented at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia in 2012) through Chief Curator Sarah Fillmore’s expert eyes.

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  • Annie Pootoogook - 1969-2016

    Annie Pootoogook was the first woman and first Indigenous artist to win the preeminent Sobey Art Award in 2006.
     

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  • Deep in the Woods

    With spring officially less than a week away, we've got the great outdoors - and Emily Carr's vibrant work - on the brain.

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  • The Path We Share

    Tales of Whales and Reconciliation Artist Alan Syliboy’s Vision for a Powerful First Nations Residency

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  • Kisses

    Go ahead and share this post with those you <3 most Or better yet, make the love last all month with a date to the Gallery. This work is on view in our exhibition The Last Art College: Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, 1968-1978.

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  • Sarah Fillmore Q&A

    Sarah Fillmore joined the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia over 10 years ago from the Portland Museum of Art.

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  • Are you a Citizen of Craft?

    Have you seen the eye-popping, super popular Naked Craft exhibition yet? Currently on view at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, it challenges visitors to reconsider fine craft and what it represents in the modern age.

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  • Cup o' Soup

    It's cold. Let's warm up together over a bowl of comforting tomato soup!

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