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This Mountain Loves You

July 17 - 22, 2018

This Mountain Loves You is a tribute to and recreation of Leonard Knight's “Salvation Mountain”, a large scale folk art environment located in the desert of Southern California. Created by the AGO Youth Council in collaboration with Mexican/Canadian artist Ani Castillo whose cartoons…


Movement in the Galleries

Every first Saturday of the month, 10:30 - 11:30 am or noon - 1 pm

These relaxed 1 hour facilitated walks allow for mindful looking and choreographed movements, free of pressure. Designed to feed your creativity both physically and mentally by engaging with art in its varied forms, colours,…

Family Events

Strolling the Galleries

Every first Tuesday of the month, 10:30 - 11:30 am or noon - 1 pm

Adult + newborns to toddlers
Meet in the Weston Family Learning Centre

Come explore our greatest hits with your little one! These relaxed 1 hour tours allow for grown-up discussions, free of pressure, where no one minds a coo or a cry. Designed to feed your…


Art & Ideas: Inuit Art

Wednesday, August 8, 6-8 pm

Start off with a conversation about the Inuit context today in art and beyond led by Joshua Stribbell, President of the National Urban Inuit Youth Council. This exploratory conversation will include a visit through

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Impressionism in the Age of Industry: Monet, Pissarro and more
Opening February 16, 2019
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Receiving ‘their gifts’

Tunirrusiangit means “the gifts they gave” in Inuktitut, and AGO visitors are invited to enjoy the gifts of Kenojuak Ashevak and her nephew Timootee (Tim) Pitsiulak with the exhibition Tunirrusiangit: Kenojuak Ashevak and Tim Pitsiulak. This major retrospective on now in the Sam & Ayala Zacks Pavilion is the first time an AGO exhibition has […]

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To the rescue

Every summer, the team in our Michael & Sonja Koerner Centre for Conservation works with student interns who gain hands-on experience while helping keep the AGO Collection in tip-top shape. Meet this year’s three conservation interns: Valerie Moscato, in her final year at Queen’s University, finishing a Master of Art Conservation, specializing in paintings; Julia […]

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Have an art-tastic summer!

Do you know a young artist looking for an awesome way to spend the summer? At AGO Summer Art Camps, our campers create amazing art projects. In our one- and two-week summer camps, self-expression and fun are key as young artists discover and play while exploring the AGO’s galleries. Every Friday, we hold an exhibition […]

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A monument to the dispossessed

Rebecca Belmore: Facing the Monumental opened just last week at the AGO and the exhibition is getting rave reviews from visitors and the press. Heralded as “striking and provocative” by The New York Times, Canadian Art says, “To call Rebecca Belmore’s work ‘powerful,’ as it often is, is to make the understatement of this century.” […]

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