Pride-ful narratives

Learn about five must-read art books at Glad Day Bookshop, Canada’s first queer bookstore—and the longest surviving in the world.

Quiz alert!

How much do you know about the AGO's Indigenous art collection? Take our latest quiz and find out.

Fathers of resilience

To mark Father’s Day, we’ve rounded up a few of the many portraits of fatherhood submitted to Portraits of Resilience, the AGO’s ongoing online community exhibition.

A continued conversation

Indigenous educators and artists Robert Durocher, Dr. Jenny Kay Dupuis and Lindsay “Eekwol” Knight engaged in an important discussion about Residential Schools yesterday.

Scrolls of reclamation

Anishinaabe-Algonquin artist Philip Cote reclaims land through public art and ancestral wisdom.

Drawn with Pride

Toronto artist Vivian Rosas talks about honouring the resiliency of Toronto’s 2SLGBTQ+ communities.

Faking and making it in Venice

The team behind Impostor Cities, Canada’s official entry for the 17th International Architecture Exhibition, reveals cinema’s love affair with our buildings.

Acquisition alert!

Sights and sounds from the 2019 Toronto Biennial live on as they enter the AGO Collection.

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