Taking a walk with isi bhakhomen

#AGOYouth Neighbourhood Walks return with a virtual tour through Montreal, where all paths lead to theatre.

Links we’re loving: Lichen and landscape edition

Inspired by nature, here’s a round-up of stories from the world of art and culture that will help you feel more rooted.

ICYMI: Whispering with June Clark

In case you missed it, in 2018 we connected with renowned Toronto artist June Clark to learn more about her powerful series Whispering City.

Do it...do the hustle

Discover the dance that personified disco with Funky Facilitators and Studio 54: Night Magic curator Matthew Yokobosky.

Talking to the masses

Iconic Toronto graffiti artist Elicser pulls back the curtain on his famous mural practice.

Artist-in-Residence Program Turns 10

We take a look back at artists in residence at the AGO ten years on. Proposals for the 2021 AGO X RBC Artist-in-Residence Program being accepted until March 10.  

Relive The Dreamers Ever Leave You

National Ballet of Canada’s virtual Spotlight Series features excerpts of a ballet inspired by the northern landscapes of Group of Seven artist Lawren Harris.


Black multiplicity

World-renowned curator Adrienne Edwards is set to give a keynote address on Black Abstraction at the next AGO Study Days.

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