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Robert Everett-Green

Robert Everett-Green

Robert Everett-Green

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Robert Everett-Green is a feature writer at The Globe and Mail. He was born in Edmonton and grew up there and on a farm in eastern Alberta. He was a professional musician for several years before joining the Globe. He has written several published short stories and a novel, In a Wide Country. He has received a National Magazine Award (Silver), National Newspaper Award nomination, and Southam Journalism Fellowship.

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National Gallery of Canada director harms his own cause in Chagall-David dispute Subscriber content Robert Everett-Green
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Cash-strapped Catholic churches in Quebec closing, selling artifacts amid tough fight for survival
National Gallery’s sale of Marc Chagall work linked to tug of war over Jacques-Louis David painting
Shary Boyle’s quest for useful art
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Montreal shines light on the museum experience with MAC renovation
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Quebec Liberals’ major investment in the arts catches CAQ flat-footed Robert Everett-Green
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A Trump cartoon a day keeps the existential angst away, artist finds
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MMFA’s Napoleon exhibition is a lavish tribute to a royal pretender Subscriber content
Purchased with funds from the Libbey Endowment, Gift of Edward Drummond Libbey; Toledo Museum of Art
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Les Grands Ballets reels from self-inflicted gender bias PR disaster Robert Everett-Green
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Choreographer quits Les Grands Ballets’ male-dominated Femmes program
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Quebec museum’s career retrospective goes deep on the works of Alberto Giacometti Subscriber content
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Olympics and Cirque du Soleil discover the joy of pop-up buildings Robert Everett-Green
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Drawings by Réjean Ducharme, Quebec’s phantom author, on display in Quebec
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As Montreal’s cookie era ends, so does a century-old utopian scheme for urban development
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Opéra de Montréal to present 10-round boxing ‘opera in jazz’
Montreal academic’s live serial presentation of The Iliad looks for links with TV story-telling
Of Montreal
Investigative playwriting shines light on myths and realities of Hydro-Québec
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Six projects that are reshaping downtown Edmonton