Artfully honouring access

The AGO and Tangled Art + Disability teamed up on a series of videos featuring the important work of six artists.

Creating Indigenous futures

As National Indigenous History Month continues, we’ve compiled a list of arts organizations that amplify, connect and support the advancement of Indigenous creatives.

Flax machine

Weft in time for summer, we loom in on ancient fabric for the latest in our ongoing series of material explorations.

Postcard from Buffalo

In a new series, we’re inviting art writers to tell us about where they live. We begin with a trip to Buffalo, courtesy of Nando Alvarez-Perez and Emily Reynolds, editors of Cornelia magazine.

Winter Stations returns!

Delayed by COVID-19, four winning public art installations spring to life in Toronto’s Distillery District.

ICYMI: AA Bronson reflects

In case you missed it, last June we covered artist AA Bronson's Monopol Magazine interview featuring his reflections on the new significance of General Idea’s AIDS (Installation). 

Talk Art

Brits Russell Tovey and Robert Diament bring their acclaimed podcast to the page with the new book, Talk Art: Everything you wanted to know about contemporary art but were afraid to ask.


Making noir noir

Acclaimed filmmaker Charles Officer shares candid insight about his gritty new crime-noir, Akilla’s Escape.

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