BlackFlash Magazine is dedicated to promoting photo-based and new media art in Canada. With a commitment to producing challenging writing, BlackFlash offers a distinct view on thought-provoking artwork.
The magazine was founded in 1983 by the Photographer’s Gallery in Saskatoon, SK. under the name The Photographer’s Gallery. In 1984 the name was changed to BlackFlash.
National Magazine awards:
Hounourable Mention: Words & Pictures, Designer Glen Mielke, The Last Taboo (2006)
Hounourable Mention: Words & Pictures, Doug Buis, Edison Del Canto, Theo Sims, Carrie Horachek, The Boxcar Archives of Furter Verein (2003)
Hounourable Mention: Art Direction for a Single Article, Designer Edison Del Canto, Passage (2002)
Hounourable Mention: Art Direction for an Entire Issue, Designer Edison Del Canto, Vol. 20.1/2002(2002)
Western Magazine awards:
Saskatchewan Magazine of the Year (2001 – 2010)
Science, Technology and Medicine, Danny Bradbury, Epicentre (2006)
Arts, Culture, and Entertainment, Matthew Rankin, The Seven Pillars of Winnipeg (2006)
Gold Award Best Article – Saskatchewan, Danny Bradbury, Epicentre (2006)
Winner of best cover (2001)
BlackFlash Magazine is published by Buffalo Berry Press Inc. three times a year in Saskatoon, SK. It is designed by John Shelling, and printed by Dollco Integrated Print Solutions, Ottawa, ON.
BlackFlash could not exist without the generous support of the Saskatchewan Arts Board, Canada Council, donors, and subscribers.