Want to get a little more artistic this January? Yeah, so do we. And what better way to do so than with a class at the Art Gallery of Ontario? (No, seriously?) The AGO is offering a wide range of art classes for adults, youth, children, and families, in everything from drawing, to painting, to cartooning, to… Read More »Read Article
HOLY field trip season! Between the Bond exhibit at TIFF, Frida Kahlo at the AGO, and a fashion and textile exhibit at the ROM, there is so much to do!
Do you like activities? Because it’s activities season: the weather is crummy, and you have hours of the day that were once spent lounging in Trinity Bellwoods that need filling. Thankfully, Toronto’s cultural institutions have really stepped it up this fall, with three amazing exhibits we can’t wait to check out at TIFF Bell Lightbox,… Read More »Read Article
The Art Gallery of Ontario is launching a new initiative on October 4th that we’re betting is going to become one of our favourite monthly activities. 1st Thursdays will combine art, music and drinks into an evening of cultural creativity.Read Article
Have you ever been lurking around the Drake Hotel, and spotted a suspended, hyper-realistic back torso? Then you’ve experienced Evan Penny. The Toronto sculptor captures his subjects, and sometimes himself, in striking ways that challenge our concept of dimension. Re figured is Penny’s first solo exhibition at the AGO, and features an impressive collection of work.… Read More »Read Article
We time travel to the future at AGO Massive and discover that art is best interpreted with vodka and a hot dog.
For the 8th annual AGO Massive gala, a thousand-plus art enthusiasts (vodka guzzlers) congregated within the gallery walls to bust a move to Wyclef, contemplate the future of art and eat hot dogs in fancy attire.Read Article
Workman Arts and the Art Gallery of Ontario explore art and mental illness with Extraordinary Artists, this weekend at the AGO
A fascinating look at the connection between mental illness and visual art, this collaboration between Workman Arts and the Art Gallery of Ontario celebrates Workman’s 25th anniversary with a Mad Couture Catwalk and a one-day symposium this weekend.Read Article