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This National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, we highlight the internationally acclaimed work of Caroline Monnet, on view in the J.S. McLean Centre of Indigenous + Canadian Art.
Get to know Kultura: The festival taking centre stage in AGO’s Walker Court with live music, visual art, dance and performance explores the Filipino-Canadian identity.
October 1 marks a big day for graphic narratives, zines and comics in Toronto – from Kate Beaton at the AGO to Canzine at the Toronto Reference library.
Fall 2022 begins at MOCA Toronto with a new lineup of exhibitions, including a major solo show by Thomas Demand and AR artworks by Ai Weiwei, Isaac Julien, Jakob Kudsk Steensen and more.
Three AGO talks add deeper context to Faith and Fortune by highlighting Black and Indigenous artists throughout the Spanish empire. Check them out before the exhibition closes October 10.
On December 7 the AGO will unveil Everybody Knows – a landmark exhibition dedicated to the life and times of iconic Canadian artist Leonard Cohen.
Artist and curator Luis Jacob weighs in on the symbolic value of gold via Faith and Fortune’s dynamic audio guide.
Closing September 25 at the AGO, Blurred Boundaries: Queer Visions in Canadian Art explores the potentiality of queerness with 13 artworks, including that of Frances Loring, one of Canada’s most prolific sculptors.