Black through bronze

Internationally acclaimed contemporary artist Thomas J Price makes his AGO debut with a towering public sculpture that centres the Black experience – on the corner of Dundas and McCaul.

Envisioning an accessible future

Tangled Art + Disability Director of Programming Sean Lee reflects on the organization’s important relationship with the AGO, and the future of the disability arts movement.

We've got art

Sneak peek! As we gear up to reopen on July 21, here’s a taste of all the great art coming your way.

Wayfinding art

The AGO becomes the first art museum in Canada to partner with BlindSquare, a GPS app designed for people who are blind or partially sighted.

We're re-opening!

POP goes the AGO on July 21 with the blockbuster exhibition Andy Warhol.

Pop art summer begins

For the month of July, Summer POP! invites young artists to make their own Pop art from home, by way of FREE virtual artmaking classes.

Patio views

AGO Bistro opens its new patio on July 21, and we can’t wait for you to take a seat! But first, a refresher on café culture through the lens of art history.

Fathers of resilience

To mark Father’s Day, we’ve rounded up a few of the many portraits of fatherhood submitted to Portraits of Resilience, the AGO’s ongoing online community exhibition.

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