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.


Galleries have a role to play

Alica Hall, Executive Director at Nia Centre for the Arts, shares crucial insights about preserving and supporting Black art.

Thanks, Mom, for making art matter

Ahead of Mother’s Day, we connected with an AGO visitor who shared their story about the impact of their mom’s love for art and the AGO. 


Introducing AGO Makes!

Stay tuned to #AGOfromHome for art project ideas brought to you by the AGO’s Public Programming & Learning department!

Investigating our mystery painting

Hear from AGO Curators of European Art as they peel back the layers of Portrait of a Lady Holding an Orange Blossom.

A conversation with your collection

Celia Perrin Sidarous creates beautiful compositions with collected objects.

A curated playlist

The AGO’s Deputy Director & Chief Curator Julian Cox shares his top music picks.

#RetroAGO: Thriving in isolation

Legendary Canadian painter David Milne used seclusion as a means for self-discovery.

Be the first to find out about AGO exhibitions and events, get the behind-the-scenes scoop and book tickets before it’s too late.
You can unsubscribe at any time.