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Emily Carr

Art Gallery of Ontario curators changed it to be more culturally sensitive.
A Mainstreet Research poll found that 54% of adult Canadians cannot name a single Canadian visual artist, living or dead. In contrast, the poll also found that 97% of adult Canadians can name at least three Canadian hockey players. Are we really so divorced from art a majority of us can't name Emily Carr, Tom Thomson, Jean-Paul Riopelle or Norval Morrisseau?
Justin Trudeau announced on International Women's Day that a Canadian woman will appear on the next series of bank notes expected in 2018. And the Bank of Canada is now inviting nominations as to who should appear on the bill. This is our chance to have a say and perhaps at the same time make a statement.
Google is celebrating Emily Carr's 142nd birthday with a beautiful doodle honouring the Canadian artist. Friday's Google
A painting by one of B.C.'s most famous artists is set to pull in as much as $1.6 million at auction. Emily Carr's "The Crazy