Envisioning Black Futures

The AGO is celebrating Black Futures Month in a big way – with artist talks, performances, storytelling and a pop-up marketplace. Find out what’s happening this February.

Moving the Museum

Available to purchase now, learn more about the collection catalogue Moving the Museum: Indigenous + Canadian Art at the AGO, edited by AGO curators Wanda Nanibush and Georgiana Uhlyarik.

Quilted legends

A new large-scale quilted artwork commemorating Raptors legend Vince Carter, by African American artist Hank Willis Thomas, has been added to the AGO.

To Infinity and Beyond

A whimsical mural of an imaginary landscape by local artist Yen Linh Thai draws visitors to the Weston Family Learning Centre at the AGO.

Reflecting through art

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.

Beaded histories

We spoke with Jess Sanchez, the founder of jewellery company Santa Isla, about the importance of Embera Chami beadwork.

ICYMI: Inner selfie

A new interactive art project by artists Hanif Janmohamed and Maria Lantin takes over AGO’s Community Gallery on the Lower Level.

Page turners

To celebrate the reopening of the E.P. Taylor Library & Archives at the AGO, we scoured the stacks to uncover a new trove of books eager to be read.

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