Framing untold stories

As we continue to celebrate the 20th year of the Photography Department at the AGO, the most recent Shape of the Museum conversation explored the act of collecting photographs.

ICYMI: Margaret Priest’s Construction Series

Toronto artist Margaret Priest engages with ornamental patterns of building materials to create the amazing works in Construction Series.

The beauty in the ordinary

Learn how artists of the London Regionalism movement, including Kim Ondaatje, admired the everyday.

Clouds, mushrooms, apples and bees

Step inside the artistic world of Diane Borsato, amateur beekeeper, orchardist and member of the Cloud Appreciation Society.

ICYMI: Editorial Views

Diane Arbus’s impact on photography, journalism and culture is undeniable. Her portraits of two prominent figures may indicate why.

Chef Renée’s herb-y grilled trout with kale and quinoa salad

Superfoods enjoyed al fresco? Summer dining just got breezier thanks to Chef Renée.

Julie Voyce

Julie Voyce loves to paint, make toys, draw, put together decorations, assemble small books, print, make occasional pieces of jewelry and embroider.

Katherine Takpannie

Katherine Takpannie showcases the urban Inuk perspective of a western world through the eyes of her camera lens.

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