Bienvenue à l’Institut de l’art canadien

Depuis sa fondation en 2013, l’Institut de l’art canadien s’est mérité de nombreux éloges et a attiré un public international de plus de 300 000 visiteurs par année. Nos contenus sont devenus une ressource fondamentale pour les enseignants d’écoles primaires et secondaires, de même que pour les professeurs d’universités, les professionnels de musées, et nous avons un partenariat avec plus de 25 institutions muséales parmi les plus importantes au pays. Sans compter que notre organisation a été mise de l’avant dans de nombreux articles de journaux et de magazines à travers le Canada. Jetez un œil à ces témoignages pour constater ce que le public et les critiques ont dit de l’IAC. (Les témoignages sont disponibles en anglais seulement).

  • 24 janvier 2019 E-book by OAG curator details life and work of Canadian artist Molly Lamb Bobak

    de Peter Robb, ARTSFILE Molly Lamb Bobak: Life & Work is part of the ACI’s Canadian Online Art Book Project that has released more than 25 books on Canadian art history.

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  • 14 décembre 2018 A Pioneering Abstract Artist: Bertram Brooker

    de Sheila Singhal, National Gallery of Canada Bertram Brooker (1888–1955) was best known as one of Canada’s first painters to exhibit abstract work in Canada

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  • 10 décembre 2018 Online Art Books

    de Portia Priegert, Galleries West As digital technology shakes down traditional publishing, the Art Canada Institute is stepping it up online

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  • 10 octobre 2018 New online art book explores Kitchener-born, Canadian artist Homer Watson

    de Staff Writer, The Kitchener Post Watson promoted his paintings that showcased a distinctly Canadian identity on the international stage

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  • 2 mars 2018 Book celebrates legacy of artist Paterson Ewen

    de Adela Talbot, Western News Paterson Ewen’s oeuvre was an inspiration for many Canadian artists who followed his example of experimentation and depictions of inner visions

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  • 16 mars 2016 How Artland, AGO and Art Canada Institute bring more Canadian art into people’s homes

    de Amrita Chandra, Yonge Street While there are no shortage of art venues in Toronto, a few enterprising organizations are bringing Canadian art into people’s homes.

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  • 20 octobre 2015 Real E-books

    de Rosemary Shipton, The Editors’ Weekly The Art Canada Institute’s is embracing technology to reach new audiences for Canadian art history.

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  • 20 septembre 2015 Oscar Cahén: A fine artist, finally getting his due

    de Ken MacQueen, Maclean’s Oscar Cahén should have been famous. But illustrators like him weren’t afforded much respect, and his work was buried for 60 years. That’s set to change.

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  • 10 avril 2015 Toronto Friends of the Visual Arts Gives $50,000 in Prizes

    de Staff Writer, Canadian Art Toronto Friends of the Visual Arts Gives $50,000 in Prizes

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  • 17 décembre 2013 Sara Angel Brings Art into the 21st Century

    de Sky Goddan, BLOUIN ARTINFO The Art Canada Institute is redefining what Canadian art history means for a 21st century audience, using 21st century technology.

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  • 13 décembre 2013 Canadian Art E-book Series Spotlights Homegrown Artists

    de CBC News Staff, CBC News The Art Canada Institute will publish dozens of free, accessible books about Canadian artists.

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  • 29 novembre 2013 Ready to Art

    de Kate Fane, The Grid Starting this week, the Art Canada Institute will release a free, bilingual e-book about a major figure in Canadian art history six to 12 times a year.

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  • 27 novembre 2013 Project Illuminates Canadian Art History for 21st Century Audience

    de David Balzer, Canadian Art The Art Canada Institute is redefining the conversation about Canadian art history.

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  • 25 novembre 2013 Bringing Canadian Art Books Online with the Art Canada Institute

    de Julie Baldassi, Quill & Quire “I am very hopeful that some day my art will be rediscovered,” wrote Canadian visual artist Kathleen Munn in her notebook in 1974, the year she died.

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  • 22 novembre 2013 How the Art Canada Institute is Breathing Digital Life into Canadian Art

    de James Adams, The Globe and Mail The Art Canada Institute dedicated to the dissemination and promotion of Canadian art history “to as broad an audience as possible.”

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  • 21 novembre 2013 Art Canada Institute: A True North Art History, Online and Free

    de Murray White, Toronto Star Sara Angel’s Art Canada Institute produces ebooks on seminal Canadian artists available online—for free.

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  • 17 novembre 2013 Meet Canada’s first celebrity photographer

    de Ken MacQueen, Maclean’s William Notman, along with a host of forgotten artists, gets his 21st-century moment

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