“There’s a freedom and lightness that comes with making work in the schoolhouse that I find refreshing,” says Brennan Hinton. (Photography by Rémi Thériault)

This painter turned a 1918 schoolhouse into the art studio of his dreams

Keiran Brennan Hinton was looking for a breath of plein air. He found it at the schoolhouse.
Photography by Wei Xu

How miniaturists are making tiny design dreams come true

Inside the dopamine-inducing subculture of marvellously micro spaces
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Chinese dissident artist offered university post

Must first fight $2-million tax evasion charges
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Getting started as an artist: Newfoundland’s Christopher Pratt

How did Pratt go from engineering student to respected, professional artist?