The secret life of Blue Irises

Take a glimpse into the gardens Gustave Caillebotte loved so dearly. AGO curator Dr. Caroline Shields shares the story of art and friendship buried within the canvas.

ICYMI: Elder influence

Considered by many to be the Mishomis (Grandfather in Ojibway) of contemporary Indigenous art in Canada, Norval Morrisseau has left a monumental legacy.

Artful lesson planning

Art Educator Carol Matson is getting ready to present the first AGO Virtual School sessions of 2021.

Doing the work

In the fall of 2020, the AGO began holding a series of diversity and inclusion training sessions for all employees, led by expert facilitators, including equity advocate Letecia Rosewho gave us new insight on how to create a more equitable workplace.

All praises Du

Two works by African-American artist John Edmonds are a divine homage to the du-rag, and part of the AGO exhibition Dawoud Bey, John Edmonds, Wardell Milan.

A series for the senses

OCAD U students showcase their newest multisensory creations and push the limits of inclusive design.

Grateful

Stephan Jost, Michael and Sonja Koerner Director, and CEO, of the AGO, reflects on a challenging, illuminating and artful year in a message to close out 2020. 

A very disco new year

Join the AGO’s all-ages New Year’s Eve countdown and get ready for the spectacle, the dancing and the music that is Studio 54: Night Magic

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