Postcard from Kingston

Our Postcard series travels south to the Caribbean Sea and the island nation of Jamaica. O’Neil Lawrence, Chief Curator at the National Gallery of Jamaica, shares his insights about the arts from Jamaica’s capital city of Kingston.

Songs of freedom

The AGO and Toronto History Museums team up this February to awaken the senses through art and sound in a new series of AGO Virtual School Programs featuring the song Freedom Heights (A Song for Joshua Glover).

Year of the Tiger

Learn about 2022, the Chinese zodiac and the tiger − a centuries-old power symbol in Asian art and culture.

Painting Blue 畫藍色 画蓝色

Inspired by Matthew Wong: Blue View, the AGO presents a new series of pop-up studio classes with artist instructor Jenny Chen − exclusively in Mandarin.

The structure of art

We put together a list of some of the most impressive museum designs around the world, from Winnipeg to Cape Town.

Creating Indigenous futures

As National Indigenous History Month continues, we’ve compiled a list of arts organizations that amplify, connect and support the advancement of Indigenous creatives.

Flax machine

Weft in time for summer, we loom in on ancient fabric for the latest in our ongoing series of material explorations.

“We are the land”

Artist for social change and Art Educator Mahlikah Awe:ri Enml'ga't Saqama'sgw chats Indigenous art education and its importance for generations to come.

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