Celebrating Black Creatives

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.

Making art (and friends) at the Seniors Social

A new AGO initiative brings seniors together on a monthly basis to socialize, make art and tour the galleries.

Writing against injustice

Acclaimed author and activist Desmond Cole is working to dispel notions that we live in a post-racial Canada. Learn more in advance of his talk at the AGO on February 5.

Art Pick of the Week: The Marchesa Casati

Every week we’re sharing one of our favourite artworks from the AGO Collection for you to see on your next visit. If you need directions to find it, simply ask when you arrive!

Major Haegue Yang exhibition announced

The internationally acclaimed artist, whose work was part of MoMA’s recent re-opening in New York, is presenting her largest North American survey to date this spring at the AGO.

Storytime with Fay & Fluffy

Warm up at AGO All Hours this Saturday for a cozy day of art, pop-up tours, performances and storytelling from Toronto’s favourite drag educator/performers.

Make your mark on a Blank Canvas

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.

Word, sound and power

“Music can completely rearrange us, heal us and is one of the most uniting forces on Earth.” Meet R&B artist a l l i e, who headlines AGO All Hours this weekend. 

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