Visit BMO World of Creativity: Wild Wood before watching your favourite woodland animal come to life with the pinch of your fingers.
Learn the basics of clay sculpture, including instructions to build an armature, and additive and reductive techniques. Study shape and
Say farewell to summer with an ice cream cone a là pop artist Claes Oldenburg. Scoops of clay topped with
Pioneering a fresh and vibrant use of colour, and known for his delicate handling of paint on small-scale wooden pochades, James Wilson Morrice (1865-1924) played a vital role in advancing modern artistic trends in Canada and abroad at the tur
Find our selfie wall on the first floor (beside the BMO World of Creativity), and share your reaction on Twitter or Instagram with #AGAitsallgood for your chance to win.
This special series is inspired by artists featured in AGA exhibitions this summer, who took to new environments to paint outdoors, or en plein air.
An arthritic Nova Scotia woman works as a housekeeper while she hones her skills as an artist and eventually becomes a beloved figure in the community.
In this latest episode of “In Conversation”, Guest Curators Amy Malbeuf and Jessie Ray Short discuss the process of curating “Li Salay”, the exhibition’s significance and the shifting boundaries of contemporary Métis artistic practices.