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For the month of July, Summer POP! invites young artists to make their own Pop art from home, by way of FREE virtual artmaking classes.
AGO Bistro opens its new patio on July 21, and we can’t wait for you to take a seat! But first, a refresher on café culture through the lens of art history.
Important thought leaders and artists from across the African diaspora come together for an AGO Art in the Spotlight to discuss the Black radical imagination.
Summer is officially here and live performances are slowly returning. We spoke with Canadian Stage Artistic Director Brendan Healy about what to expect from this year’s Dream in High Park and we selected a few other must-see performances.
We spoke with two core members of the Toronto collective Blackness Yes! about the history and future of their iconic annual Pride event, Blockorama.
In case you missed it, multidisciplinary artists in-residence from Nordic Lab and Koomuatuk Curley shared their works-in-progress as they venture down unexplored creative paths.
Frigid flowers? Duplicity on the links? Aunt Easel answers your most pressing questions with grace, humour and a little art history.
Montréal’s first Indigenous artist-run centre opens its doors with an exciting line-up of exhibitions.