“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.

The art of material design

The Canadian Centre for Architecture takes AGO Virtual School Program students on an interplanetary adventure, featuring works by Alessandro Poli.

A picture painted en pointe

The National Ballet of Canada explores how art can move us in this month’s AGO Virtual School sessions.

Listening to the art

Can you describe a painting with music? Musicians from the Toronto Symphony Orchestra participate in AGO Virtual School sessions this month to do just that.

Cutting edge colour

A printmaking technique for the people, linocuts seem ripe for a comeback. Here’s a primer on the artists who made them synonymous with art deco design.

What’s made in the mold

Continuing our exploration of artistic materials, we cast our eyes over the many ways plaster leaves an impression.

Big partnerships, bigger possibilities

Learn about how the AGO’s Virtual Schools Programs is partnering with MoMA and Hong Kong University Museum and Art Gallery to teach students virtually about art.

Found in translation

Engage your senses with the Multisensory Museum moments created by OCAD U graduate students in response to artwork in the AGO Collection.

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