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Artist for social change and Art Educator Mahlikah Awe:ri Enml'ga't Saqama'sgw chats Indigenous art education and its importance for generations to come.
The AGO is hosting a free digital screening of the powerful short film It Can Be Anything, which features a young artist's inspiring journey.
For the first AGO X RBC Emerging Artists Workshop, Toronto-based multidisciplinary artist Esmaa Mohamoud spoke with AGO Curator Wanda Nanibush about how her artistic practice has evolved.
As we look ahead to Pride Month, here’s a round-up of celebrations from the world of art and culture.
In case you missed it last June, check out our Q&A with Canada's Drag Race alum Tynomi Banks, who's also headlining an exciting new drive-in Drag series this month.
Repetition and refinement are the basis for Sharl G. Smith's intricately beaded three-dimensional sculptures.
We spoke to Weyni Mengesha, Soulpepper Theatre Company’s Artistic Director, to discuss Around the World in 80 Plays, a forward-thinking, immersive theatre experience like no other.
Conservation science reveals the true colours and dynamism of one of Canada’s leading, but too long forgotten, modernist painters.