Monday, April 16, 2012
The Walrus: A Remarkable Publication
THE WALRUS FOUNDATION is a charitable non-profit organization with an educational mandate to promote public debate on matters vital to our country. The foundation is dedicated to supporting Canadian writers, artists, readers, and ideas. Our job is to create and open up discussion that are currently stirring up debate in Canada. Across the country we look for outlets to start a conversation of various artistic aspects in hopes of keeping the conversation going.
We host over 30 events a year in commitment to achieve our goals. Our events not only generate temporary interest but long lasting impression on the relevance of the arts in Canada. Our work with various Canadian museums, galleries and artists are what help us properly and accurately represent the trends, issues and hot topics in art today. We also publish a magazine 10 times a year that aid The Walrus to connect with the readers on various social topics. Check out our website for great articles and podcasts that relate to visual arts in Canada.www.walrusmagazine.com
The Walrus truly appreciates Canadian art in every form as well as giving our readers the chance to contribute to our cause. We want to settle the score with the importance of the arts in Canada.
Fredericks-Artworks Blog, copying policy
The Canadian Copyright act, section 29 reports on fairdealing, that it is not an infringement to reproduce someone else's work for research, study, criticism, review or to report. Which pretty much sums up what this site is about. All content sources, be they artists, printed references, and website url's are respectfully identified on this site. http://http//www.canlii.org/en/ca/laws/stat/rsc-1985-c-c-42/latest/rsc-1985-c-c-42.html
A Portrait of the Visual Arts in Canada, is intended to celebrate the richness of Canada's visual arts, and to promote the arts in Canada.
Statement of Intent
I make every effort to credit the sources of information used in this blog and to obtain the permission and cooperation of all the works presented by living artists. I try, as much as possible to use works from public sources eg. national and provincial collections, of deceased artists. If for any reason, any artist disapproves of anything written about them or their work the artist is encouraged to request withdrawal of the content.