History & Heritage

I Am Not Your Negro
The question you have to ask yourself, White America needs to ask itself: Why was it necessary to have a
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Refugee Blues
Refugee Blues was published by writer and poet W.H. Auden in 1939, at the start of World War II. It's safe to
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What I See When I See Smiths Falls - Part 2
This is the second in a series of visual love letters to Smiths Falls, one of my favourite towns in
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What I See When I See Smiths Falls - Part 2
This is the first in a series of visual love letters to Smiths Falls, one of my favourite towns. I'm
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Larry's Christmas Cards
I didn't so much as meet Larry Racioppo as find him. Home from NYC and working on this piece, I
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The Sham of Best and Highest Use
This triplet of houses in Québec City defies the modern logic of "highest and best use" and its inherent rule
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Capital Building: A View from Washington - Part 3
Click here for Capital Building: A View from Washington - Part 1 Click here for Capital Building: A View from
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Capital Building: A View from Washington - Part 2
Click here for Capital Building: A View from Washington - Part 1 Having finally seen Washington, DC for myself this
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Capital Building: A View from Washington - Part 1
In spite of the oppressive heat and humidity of August in Washington, D.C., I did what I like to do
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Alex Janvier at the National Gallery of Canada
Alex Janvier is among the most important figures in the development of contemporary Indigenous art in Canada. This retrospective presents
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