Understanding Aboriginal Arts in Canada: A Literature Review

France Trépanier’s research residency at Artexte plays an essential part in a larger project, undertaken in collaboration with Chris Creighton-Kelly, which consists of conducting research with the aim of publishing an analysis on documentation and writing published on Aboriginal arts…

Looking for Craft in All the Wrong Places

Burisch’s research at Artexte examines the intersections of craft and performance art. Through an investigation of Artexte’s documents, sources, and materials related to these two disparate fields, and through considering them together, her research will aim to draw or reveal…

Artists publications from 1965 to 1975 in the collection of Artexte

This past summer, Artexte invited Vincent Bonin and Jon Knowles to engage with its collection, in particular, the artists’ publications from the late 1960s and early 1970s. During their ongoing discussions around the material on hand, Bonin and Knowles commented…
Emily Falvey is currently working on the manuscript for her first book of art criticism, titled Torn Halves: Paradox in Canadian Art. This work consists of an anthology of essays exploring a range of paradoxical themes, including the relationship between…