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Bill Horne

Bill Horne is a photographer, a print maker, an award-winning book designer, and a teacher. He's also worked hard to advocate for artists' rights.

From helping other artists navigate the business side of the art world, to building mentorship, to speaking out against arts cuts.

Earlier this month, Bill Horne was awarded the National Visual Arts Advocacy Award. The award honours a professional artist who has made a significant contribution to the Canadian Visual Arts Community.


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