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As we continue to celebrate the 20th year of the Photography Department at the AGO, the most recent Shape of the Museum conversation explored the act of collecting photographs.
We’re marking Black History Month with family-friendly activities that highlight the artistic, social, scientific and political contributions being made by Black Creatives in North America.
For the second year in a row, the AGO welcomes Blank Canvas, an innovative, youth-run arts organization to spearhead a unique series of free workshops.
Sight is the sense many people associate with "visual" art. But what if you can’t see? The AGO, in partnership with OCADU and the CNIB, is creating innovative ways to make inclusive art for all five senses.
From Milan to Beijing to the AGO, Paris Black is the accomplished professional model making regular appearances in Walker Court as the centerpiece of Rubens-inspired Life Drawing.
Calling all seniors! This AGO workshop is your chance to see inspiring art, make friends and create your own masterpiece.
Come for the art and stay for the music in Early Rubens. It might strike you in unexpected ways.
Explore Rubens-inspired life drawing in Walker Court – that’s right, with live models for you to sketch!