The Art Gallery of Ontario reopened its doors July 2 to Members and Annual Pass Holders, and to the public on July 23. Book your timed-entry ticket online and in advance prior to visiting the Gallery. Help us keep everyone healthy!
Join Erin Stodola, Curatorial Intern, and Renée van der Avoird, Assistant Curator of Canadian Art, as they discuss historical Canadian artist Mary Wrinch’s miniature watercolours on ivory. Mary Wrinch (1877-1969) was a prominent figure in the early Toronto, male-dominated, art scene and was among the first women in the city to make a living from her art.
Even from a distance, art can bring us together. The support of our community has inspired the AGO in these unprecedented times, and by opening the virtual doors of the Gallery, we continue to share the joy and wonder of art. We are also working to safeguard and conserve our remarkable collection while preparing for future exhibitions and special programming.
Philanthropy has always been and remains critical to making this possible. Please click below to make a special gift in support of the AGO and making art accessible.