Anna May Henry

Inspired by the everyday, Anna May Henry's unconventional still life compositions reflect an ongoing search for belonging, healing and self-love.

Mia Sandhu

Toronto artist Mia Sandhi examines the layered nature of womanhood and the search for self-love. 

Upcycled entities

Canadian artist Tau Lewis intuitively assembles gathered materials, building grand portals to other realms.

Quiz alert!

Spring flowers are beginning to appear. How well do you know the gardens of art history? Take our quiz.

Western inspiration

Co-presenters of April Break: Spring into Art, the Vancouver Art Gallery introduces you to a couple of West Coast artists and educators.

Found in translation

Engage your senses with the Multisensory Museum moments created by OCAD U graduate students in response to artwork in the AGO Collection.

ICYMI: Colouring in

Calling all young creatives and adventurers! Have fun with an at-home artmaking activity as we re-visit the vibrant world of Kim Smith and her great children’s book, Boxitects.

In between the lines

2021 marks 41 years since Robert Munsch’s The Paper Bag Princess was first published. We spoke to the book’s illustrator, Michael Martchenko, about creativity, career longevity and collaboration.

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