For more than 30 years, the Press has been recognized for publishing books by and about leading contemporary artists that educate, enlighten, and that challenge personal and public thinking of the visual arts. From the beginning, the idea was, and still is, to publish books that have an impact and make a difference. You can make a difference too.
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The Press gratefully acknowledges the support of NSCAD University, its Board of Governors, the Press Board of Directors and Editorial Board, and the following financial supporters:
|McInnes CooperThe Press would like to acknowledge the law firm McInnes Cooper for providing a sustaining operations grant over the years 2008-2011. This grant has made it possible for the press to cover the costs of additional marketing and research.|
|Nova Scotia Department of Tourism, Culture & Heritage,|
Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade
Participation in the New York Art Book Fair was made possible through the support of the Province of Nova Scotia through the Department of Tourism, Culture & Heritage. We are pleased to work in partnership with the Culture Division to develop and promote our cultural resources for all Nova Scotians. Additional support was provided by the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade.
|Pink Breen Larkin|
Publication of Condé and Beveridge: Class Works was made possible through the support of the law firm Pink Breen Larkin, who contributed to the publication of this important work of art in honour of the retirement, from private practice, of their partner, Robert D. Breen, Q.C., whose entire professional career has been dedicated to the service of the working men and women of Canada and their trade unions.
|The Canada Council’s Jean A. Chalmers Fund for the Crafts|
Publication of NeoCraft: Modernity and the Crafts was made possible through the support of the Canada Council’s Jean A. Chalmers Fund for the Crafts.
The Canada Council’s Project Grants for Organizations in the Visual ArtsPublication of Micah Lexier: I’m Thinking of a Number was made possible through the support of the Canada Council’s Project Grants for Organizations in the Visual Arts.
The Canada Council for the Arts invested $20.1 million last year in writing and publishing throughout Canada.