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Which brings us to 2017 and efforts to donate a collection of Annie Leibowitz photographs to the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia.
The children's art is also featured in a new publication, Kekina'masuti Nemitekemk Nktuey Mijua'jijk: Through Children's Eyes:An L'nu Resource for Exploring the Visual Arts, developed as a result of a partnership initiative between Head Start programs, the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia and the Glooscap Heritage Centre with support from First Nations and Inuit Health Atlantic Region.
A collection of artwork by famed American photographer Annie Leibovitz is being donated to the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia as part of a permanent exhibition, including an iconic photograph of John Lennon and Yoko Ono taken just hours before Lennon was killed in December 1980.
The ROM has recently signed a reciprocal agreement with the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia.
ART GALLERY OF NOVA SCOTIA * May 14-September 5 * Curated by Sarah Fillmore A master of the controlled accident, Jacques Hurtubise is recognized for his splash--that icon of painterly incident whose fluid shape he carefully outlines, stencils, or symmetrically blots onto his canvases in electric color palettes.
The Ancient Peru Unearthed exhibition runs until mid-January in Calgary, then goes east for the next 16 months, visiting Toronto's Royal Ontario Museum, Halifax's Art Gallery of Nova Scotia and the capital region's Canadian Museum of Civilization.
My first encounter with the work of Nancy Edell came in the form of Nancy Edell: Selected Works 1980-2004, an exhibition organized by curator Ray Cronin of the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia (AGNS).
George Street, for example, slopes upward past the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Province House (1811-18), the Victorian City Hall (1889), and St.
and greeting cards from the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia.
Commissioned by the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia to celebrate the millennium, Hummingbird is an extraordinary experimental installation.
A project called What's His Face, developed by the Education Section of the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia (AGNS) in Halifax, posed students with just that challenge - finding the person behind the face.