Storytelling through opera

As part of our April Break: Spring into Art, we’re going behind the scenes with singers and composers from the Canadian Opera Company.

Natural high

Three artists invite participants to explore the intersection of art, movement and nature in the brand new AGO series Movement/Nature: Guided Exercises by Artists.

London calling

Greg Curnoe was a celebrated figure in Canada’s art scene in the second half of the 20th century. Learn about his vibrant, complex artwork and his connection to his beloved hometown of London, Ontario.

Up close with a three-dimensional being

Revisit the haunting beauty of  Kenyan-American artist Wangechi Mutu’s This You Call Civilization?, a collage acquired by the AGO in 2009.

A free bird

Meet muralist Jerry Rugg, aka birdO, who has built a thriving public art practice and a unique persona to go along with it.

A lesson in looking

Slow Art Day returns April 10 to remind us that the longer and more carefully you look at art, the more you may see.

Point of view

Explore the photographs of Montréal multidisciplinary artist Charles Gagnon, part of the AGO exhibition, Documents, 1960s – 1970s.

ICYMI: Death, love and nature

In preparation for back-to-back events this April featuring Icelandic multidisciplinary artist Ragnar Kjartansson, re-visit our Q&A with him from November, 2020.

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