Join Alexa Greist, Associate Curator and R. Fraser Elliott Chair, Prints & Drawings, and Paola Poletto, Director, Engagement & Learning, as they discuss Paul Klee's Hard and Soft artwork and surrealist strategies including stream-of-consciousness writing.
Devyani Saltzman, the AGO's Director of Public Programming, welcomes Amirali Alibhai, Head of Performing Arts at the Aga Khan Museum, for a conversation on how museums around the world are facing unique opportunities and challenges.
STAFF STORIESErin Prendergast, AGO's Chief of Staff and Head of Strategic Initiatives, in conversation with Dr. Khaled Almilaji who was honoured for his humanitarian efforts providing healthcare to those in need. They discuss the topic of hope andoptimismin the face of life-or-death obstacles.
In search of a morning (or anytime) pick-me-up? For the second in this ongoing series, AGO Executive Chef Renée Bellefeuille shares her recipe for Chocolate Banana Bread, an artfully sweet answer to what’s for breakfast.
Join Stephan Jost, AGO Michael and Sonja Koerner Director, and CEO, and Matthew Teitelbaum, the Ann and Graham Gund Director of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston for their conversation on the role of museums.
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.
Thursday May 28, 2 pm Devyani Saltzman, the AGO's Director of Public Programming, welcomes Amirali Alibhai, Head of Performing Arts at the Aga Khan Museum, for a conversation on how museums around the world are facing unique opportunities and challenges.
The Contemporary collection includes painting, sculpture, immersive installation, works on paper, photography, performance, video and sound art from international artists since 1960 and Canadian artists since 1990.
The library’s 380,000+ volumes include Rare Books and Artists’ Books ranging from folios and art historical books from the 17th century to the present, illustrated books and magazines, travel guides, art sales catalogues, and artists’ books and multiples.