Re-Indigenizing art

We caught up with veteran arts educator and spoken word artist Mahlikah Awe:ri, who co-facilitated the most recent diversity and inclusion employee training session at the AGO.


Ivorian moments

The impactful work of photographer Paul Kodjo showcases carefree moments of post-colonial joy in the Ivory Coast.

Design, distanced and virtual

From January 22 to 31, DesignTO will host more than 80 virtual exhibitions, events and physically-distanced outdoor installations. We selected four virtual events worth the scroll.

ICYMI: (Bel)more at the AGO

In case you missed it, in September 2020 we took a closer look at Anishinaabe artist Michael Belmore’s self-titled AGO exhibition.

A public perspective

ArtworxTO: Toronto's Year of Public Art 2021 has finally arrived—here are some thoughtful insights from artists making public work.

A new chapter in AGO publishing

Explore exhibition catalogues from the AGO’s first 80 years, now online and free, courtesy of the Internet Archive and the Arcadia Fund.

The secret life of Blue Irises

Take a glimpse into the gardens Gustave Caillebotte loved so dearly. AGO curator Dr. Caroline Shields shares the story of art and friendship buried within the canvas.

ICYMI: Elder influence

In case you missed it in September 2020, here's why Anishinaabe painter Norval Morrisseau is one of the most influential artists in Canadian history.

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