NGC Magazine Celebrates One Year!
National Gallery of Canada's Great Hall (detail). JVL Photography, 2012
December 19th marks NGC Magazine’s One-Year Anniversary! Thanks to our readers and our contributors, our pilot year has proven a great success.
Since launching last December with around 50 articles, videos, and photo galleries, the National Gallery of Canada’s online art magazine has broadened its range of topics to include over 130 new features, covering historical and contemporary art happenings throughout Canada and beyond.
Our correspondents from across the country, along with the NGC’s expert staff, strive to provide an engaging and exclusive slate of content to readers, bringing you the latest—not only on the NGC’s collections, onsite and touring exhibitions—but also on the Canadian art world, as well as exhibitions by other institutions in all regions of the country.
As we move into our second year, keep an eye out for more “up close and personal” features and interviews with artists, as well as extensive video coverage on exhibitions, artists and art, including exciting behind-the-scenes tours and studio visits.
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Our aim is to offer engaging and accessible information on developments in Canadian art and culture, and we want to hear from you. Interested in writing for NGC Magazine? Have a comment about an article, an exhibition or an artist that you’d like to share? We welcome your feedback—to send us a note, click here.
Over the past year, you’ve helped us turn NGC Magazine into a great forum for Canadian art news, from stories of Canadian artists making a splash on the international stage, to Canadian exhibitions on the world’s top artists, to intimate studies of key works in the Gallery’s collection.
Thanks for coming along for the ride, and be sure to join us in the year ahead as we continue to bring you all the news from Canada’s visual arts scene.