The Shadow Project, 2016 • Hiroshima and Nagasaki

The Shadow Project, 2016 YOU ME GALLERY On August 6 and 9, 1945, atomic bombs were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan. The blasts destroyed the cities and killed over 200,000 citizens. People were instantly vaporized. In cooperation with International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) you are invited to take part in this year’s … Continue reading The Shadow Project, 2016 • Hiroshima and Nagasaki

Review • Bart Gazzola / Modernity

ART REVIEW From HA&L issue 7.2 “Living with utopias as with rats, the artist’s only consolation is to organize rat hunts1.” “[The artists] themselves, however, perceive no sacrilege whatever here, because they consider the religion of the avant-garde to be false and idolatrous2.” In Mordecai Richler’s excellent novel Solomon Gursky Was Here, the title character laments how … Continue reading Review • Bart Gazzola / Modernity

Review • Frater / McInnes

ART REVIEW by Sally Frater From HA&L issue 7.1               Canada’s national identity seems inextricably linked to landscape. Outsiders visualize our country as a vast unspoiled territory, and to an extent Canadians embrace and perpetuate this myth. Ironically, the majority of Canadians live in urban centres and only occasionally, if ever, access the remote wilderness. For … Continue reading Review • Frater / McInnes

HA&L Issue 8.2

Guest Poetry Editor, Shane Neilson Contributors: Sonnet L’Abbé • John Terpstra • Bernadette Rule • Nelson Ball • Barbara Caruso • Catherine Stevenson • Anne Simpson • Eliza Griffiths • Adrienne Macdonald • Linda E. Clarke • Paul Nelson • Joyce H. Munro • Jill Downie • Stuart Reid • Fred Bilanzola • Judi Burgess … Continue reading HA&L Issue 8.2

Review • Forsee / Indigenous Filmmaking

REVIEW • MEDIA ARTS by David Forsee From HA&L issue 7.1               Rachelle Dickenson, Curatorial Assistant in the Indigenous Art Department at the National Gallery of Canada and Carla Taunton, PhD, Assistant Professor in the Division of Art History and Critical Studies, NSCAD University, writing about Indigenous Youth Screen and Digital Media, quote Candice Hopkins from her … Continue reading Review • Forsee / Indigenous Filmmaking