Her way between things

Sandra Meigs marks a new chapter with her first book, a revealing portrait of her life and work to date.

I, Gomo

A Q&A with Dominica-born, Toronto-based artist Gomo George, whose work is currently on view in Fragments of Epic Memory.

Talking back and together

In a new five-part video series, the AGO and Workman Arts are joining together to empower artists exploring mental health awareness and advocacy. We spoke with Kais Padamshi of Workman Arts to introduce this artist-driven initiative.

Resident innovators

The 2021 AGO X RBC Artists in Residence are coming together via Zoom to share insights about their respective practices and the art they created during their residencies.

Discussing Disorientation

Presented by the AGO on September 28, Giller Prize-winning author Ian Williams talks about his new collection of essays, Disorientation: Being Black in the World, with bestselling author and activist Desmond Cole.

Cover me

We spoke with five artists from the 2021 Polaris Music Prize short list about the concept and  inspiration behind their album artwork.

ICYMI: Ivorian moments

Important Ivorian documentary photographer Paul Kodjo has recently passed away. In celebration of his life, check out our story from January 2021 about his powerful work and legacy.

Scarborough made

As part of ArtworxTO: Toronto’s Year of Public Art 2021-2022, artist Curtia Wright shows off her version of the Scarborough Sign, with Out for a Stroll at Scarborough Town Centre.

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