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Georgia O’Keeffe and Free Black North at the AGO

 •  July 5

Through July 20, the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto is presenting a retrospective of American painter Georgia O’Keeffe that includes...

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150 Years of Photography

 •  July 4

Canada Post is celebrating the last 150 years of photography with its fifth and final stamp issue in its five-year series on Canadian photography....

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Legacies 150: A Diverse Look at Canada’s Shared Journey

 •  June 30

Legacies 150 is a new National Film Board of Canada series of interactive photo and illustration essays reflecting on legacy and inheritance a...

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Canon Canada Announces Two New DSLR Cameras

 •  June 29

Canon Canada Inc. announced the new EOS 6D Mark II and EOS Rebel SL2 DSLR cameras designed for advanced-amateur and entry-level photographers,...

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Newzones: G’ddy Up and Sunscreen

 •  June 28

In Calgary, Newzones is presenting two group multimedia art exhibitions this summer. Starting July 8, Sunscreen celebrates summer with a weekly...

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Proud to be Canadian: Our Stories

 •  June 26

From July 1 through August 20, the Mississauga Camera Club is presenting Proud to be Canadian: Our Stories at the Living Arts Centre in Mississauga.

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Ryerson Image Centre’s Summer Exhibitions

 •  June 22

There's a lot going on at Ryerson Image Centre this summer! If you'll be in the Toronto area between now and August 13, check out the exhibitions on...

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A Weekend With David duChemin in Calgary!

 •  June 20

The Camera Store in Calgary has organized several events with David duChemin during the weekend of July 21 through 23! Don't miss this chance to...

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5 Interesting Reads

 •  June 15

Is blockchain technology the answer to copyright infringement? Magnum is accepting outside investors for the first time. David duChemin...

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5 Interesting Reads

 •  June 12

NPR interviewed Canadian photographer Paul Nicklen. The ROM in Toronto will be free to visitors on July 1. Do you agree with this opinion...

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