Toronto Star puts spotlight on ACI’s Canadian Art Library
Telling the story of Canadian art online and in print
In a feature on the Art Canada Institute’s Canadian Art Library, the Toronto Star shines a light on the ACI’s mission to make the country’s rich and varied art history accessible to as broad an audience as possible.
The article explores ACI’s digital-to-print project that will convert the extensive catalogue of over 30 publications from the Canadian Online Art Project into real-life, physical, ink-on-paper books. As an imprint of the ACI, the Canadian Art Library will publish four books annually.
Learn more about ACI’s Canadian Art Library here.
Greg Curnoe, America, July 1989, trial proof II state 2, colour lithograph on wove paper, printed by Don Holman, 73.9 x 57.6 cm, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa.