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Canvas is a heavy-duty fabric, used for making sails and as a support for an oil painting.
Canvas may also refer to:
- Canvas (band), a rock band from Austin, Texas, USA
- "Canvas" (song) (2009), by Imogen Heap
- Canvas (album), a 2005 album by Robert Glasper
- "Canvas", a song by Holly Miranda from The Magician's Private Library
- Canvas, a 2016 mini-album by NU'EST
- Canvas (2006 film), a film starring Joe Pantoliano and Marcia Gay Harden
- Canvas (2010 film), a Malayalam-language film
- Canvas: Motif of Sepia, a Japanese bishojo game
- Canvas 2: Niji Iro no Sketch, a 2004 Japanese anime based on the computer game
- Canvas element, part of HTML5
- Canvas X, formerly Canvas, a graphics, drawing, image, and layout editing software application
- Project Canvas (now known as YouView), a UK subscription-free IPTV environment
- Canvas Networks, an image-centric social website created by Christopher Poole
- Canvas, a learning management system developed by Instructure
- Canvas Network, a MOOC launched by Instructure
- Canvas (GUI), an interface display component sometimes called a "scene graph"
- Canvas (company), makes mobile apps for data collection and file sharing
- Canvas (Belgium), a Belgian public TV station
- CANVAS, Centre for Applied Nonviolent Action and Strategies
- Floating canvas, the cloth-construction inside a jacket or coat
- Canvas, West Virginia, an unincorporated community in Nicholas County, West Virginia, United States
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