Becoming a dress detective

Toronto’s own ‘Dress Detective’, Ingrid Mida, returns with a new book that investigates how the body is fashioned in art.

 

Meet Dr. Audrey Hudson

Our new Richard & Elizabeth Currie Chief, Education & Programming shares a few of her favourite artworks from the AGO Collection.

Small portraits, big impact

A new AGO exhibition of miniature portraits and landscape prints by Mary Wrinch illustrates her importance to Canadian art history.

Q & A with Mia Nielsen, Director of Art Toronto

Canada’s Art Fair – it has a whole new meaning this year and we caught up with the woman in charge to find out more.

ICYMI: If these walls could talk

In case you missed it, back in Oct 2019 we caught up with artist Lisa Reihana to talk about her large-scale panoramic video, In Pursuit of Venus [infected]. 

Shifting the canon

Groundbreaking artist Kerry James Marshall creates vibrant depictions of Black life that reimagine art history—and future.

Leaf-peeping…artfully

Find inspiration in foliage, courtesy of the many studio tours happening this fall across Ontario.

Art in the city

We’ve rounded up some of the best arts and culture events and programs happening in the city this fall. Here's a few we think you should add to your calendar.

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