Come to your senses

Sight is the sense many people associate with "visual" art. But what if you can’t see? The AGO, in partnership with OCADU and the CNIB, is creating innovative ways to make inclusive art for all five senses.

Art Pick of the Week: Plant Form Leaves with Circular Protrusion

Every week we’re sharing one of our favourite artworks from the AGO Collection for you to see on your next visit. If you need directions to find it, simply ask when you arrive!

Put some wonder into winter

The newly announced season of winter programming is pure magic, inviting leading artists, thinkers and performers from around the world to the AGO.

AGO’s next top model

From Milan to Beijing to the AGO, Paris Black is the accomplished professional model making regular appearances in Walker Court as the centerpiece of Rubens-inspired Life Drawing.

Caring with intention

How can museums most powerfully engage with the stories of historically marginalized people? On December 18, a discussion called Ways of Caring searches for insight at the AGO.

Links we’re loving: Going for Baroque

Inspired by the intrigues and drama of Early Rubens, we’ve gathered recent stories from the world of art and culture that prove you can’t fix what isn’t Baroque (sorry, we had to).

Art Pick of the Week: Miniature Altarpiece: Adoration of the Magi

Every week we’re sharing one of our favourite artworks from the AGO Collection for you to see on your next visit.

Why the AGO needs you

Today is Giving Tuesday! Why is art important, especially when there are so many other worthy causes to support? Here’s some food for thought.

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