Tomorrow at the AGO, you can join the gallery in celebrating the opening of “Before and after the Horizon: Anishinaabe Artists of the Great Lakes,” an exploration and celebration of over 12,000 years of Anishinaabe storytelling and art-making in the Great Lakes region. Featuring work by past and contemporary artists, the show also extends into the permanent AGO collections, inviting conversation about place, representation, and history in Canadian art. Check out beautiful modern paintings alongside hand-carved artefacts, and consider the work, lives and histories of people who have lived on and been inspired by this land (a region spanning three provinces and eight states) for centuries.

Admission is free and extends from 6:30-8:30pm. The exhibition runs until November 25th. More information here.