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In Conversation: Ellen Gallagher & Natasha Trethewey

Sunday June 24, 1 pm

On the occasion of Ellen Gallagher’s exhibition, Nu-Nile, opening at The Power Plant June 22, the AGO and The Power Plant are pleased to present Ellen Gallagher and Natasha Trethewey in a…

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AGO Next: Tunirrusiangit: Kenojuak Ashevak and Tim Pitsiulak

Tuesday, June 26, 2018

AGO Next is a dynamic membership program for art lovers under 40. AGO Next events are for AGO Next members only. Find out more about this membership program.

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Digital Pinhole Camera

Tuesday June 26, 2018

This one day workshop will introduce students to the creative potential of pinhole photography through presentations, discussion and a demonstration on how to convert a digital single lens reflex (DSLR) camera for use as a pinhole camera.



Wednesday June 27, 6 & 8:30pm

Dir. Mike Magidson
2010 | 1 h 30 min

Greenlandic with English subtitles

Mike Magidson’s Greenlandic language debut feature tells the story of Inuk, a 16-year-old boy who is removed from his parents homeand sent to stay at a children’s home on a tiny island in the middle of…

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Puppet fun

Got a little one who loves art and animals? We’ve got something special just for them! This summer, the AGO’s Dr. Mariano Elia Hands-On Centre is the place to be where children of all ages can create their own animal silhouette puppets and decorate them with colour and tissue paper, and bring them to life […]

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A paw-fect model

Think life drawing is ruff? Wait till you meet these model canines. Three times a year, the AGO offers Life Drawing classes for young people age 8–18. Using a variety of models and techniques, these classes teach students drawing skills, from shading to proportion to line and shape. Usually, the class features still objects or […]

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ICYMI: Images of War

The First World War was a time of violence and destruction. It was also a time of rapid changes in military and aviation technology. Photography’s technology also evolved. An AGO exhibition, Photography: First World War, 1914–1918, highlights the fascinating role photography played in the war. At the time, the millions of photographs taken by military […]

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Tunirrusiangit on screen

Tunirrusiangit: Kenojuak Ashevak and Tim Pitsiulak is officially open! Visitors are streaming into the exhibition to see the work of two extraordinary artists, Kenojuak Ashevak and Tim Pitsiulak, who challenge viewers to respond to their art and the Inuit world view in new ways. This exhibition reflects the strong, unique voices of four Inuit co-curators who […]

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