Multisensory Monet

Until October 4 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Beyond Monet: The Immersive Experience invites audiences of all ages to experience Claude Monet’s seminal works in multisensory ways.

Broadening our European Collection

Get to know two new AGO acquisitions featured in Highlights of the European Collection, now on view on Level 1 in the Leonard Gallery.

ICYMI: The secret life of Blue Irises

In case you missed it, in January we took a glimpse into the gardens of Gustave Caillebotte. AGO curator Dr. Caroline Shields led a Close Looking examining the master Impressionist's signature style. 

Fall 2021 art preview

Canadian art and artists are everywhere this fall. For this special edition of AGOinsider, we went from coast to coast – and overseas – to round up a few things we can’t wait to see.

Uncovering Caribbean history

In 2019, a group of donors united to acquire a large collection of historical photographs of the Caribbean for the AGO. With Fragments of Epic Memory poised for its September 1 opening, select photographs from the Montgomery Collection will also make their AGO debut. Julie Crooks, the exhibition’s curator, describes the selection process.

Art focus: looking ahead to TIFF 2021

Here’s a round-up of films to watch at the 46th Toronto International Film Festival, all about art, culture and creative self-expression.

Cover me

We spoke with five artists from the 2021 Polaris Music Prize short list about the concept and  inspiration behind their album artwork.

Cinematic travels to the Caribbean

CaribbeanTales International Film Festival celebrates its 16th year this September. Take a look at some of the must-watch films at this year’s festival.

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