What’s made in the mold

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

ICYMI: A dance revolution

In November 2019, AGO Live celebrated legendary choreographer Merce Cunningham with a night of performances in Walker Court. In case you missed it, check out the recording, and our Q&A with co-presenters, Fall for Dance North. 

Vessels of knowledge

Multidisciplinary Indigenous artist Nicholas Galanin’s work is powerful and diverse – and now, it’s part of the AGO Collection.

A festival for the eyes

Celebrating 25 years, Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival returns online and on the streets.

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.

Following white rabbits

Ahead of her upcoming AGO Art in the Spotlight conversation, Canadian-Dutch painter Dana Slijboom talks about her passion for painting familiar animals in unique ways.

ICYMI: A closer look at Seven Sisters

In celebration of Earth Day, check out our story on Canadian artist Mike Macdonald's Seven Sisters, from May 2019. 

Anna May Henry

Inspired by the everyday, Anna May Henry's unconventional still life compositions reflect an ongoing search for belonging, healing and self-love.

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