Deaf Culture Moments

Deaf communities and cultures can be overlooked in a noisy world that privileges hearing. As part of our on-going commitment to supporting our communities and collaborating with them, the Gallery offers unique Deaf Culture Moments. Explore the AGO Collection with an Art Educator from the Deaf community who encourages discovery by creating customized deaf experiences with art.


Deaf Culture Moments past event videos

VIDEOS

Talks
Deaf Culture Moments: Alma Duncan
Friday, December 3, 11 am

This video discusses the evolution of Alma Duncan's art. As a queer female artist, Duncan paved her way into the male-dominated world.

Talks
Deaf Culture Moments: Ian Wallace
Friday, November 5, 11 am

This video features Ian Wallace's role as a pioneer in photoconceptualism. Wallace is best known for his works that combine photography and painting.

Talks
Deaf Culture Moments: David Partridge and Louise Nevelson
Friday, October 1, 11 am

This video explores the shift of contemporary sculpture installations in the 1960s. This modern development nudges both artists and viewers alike to recognize that the established definition of third-dimensional art should not be limited to clay and wood.

Talks
Deaf Culture Moments
Wednesday, October 21, November 13, 27 at 11 am

Explore the AGO Collection with an Art Educator from the Deaf community who encourages discovery by creating customized experiences.


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