#Art Gallery Of Ontario

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AGO’s Andy Warhol Exhibit Separates The Man From The Myth

Halfway through meandering around the AGO’s highly-anticipated Andy Warhol exhibit, it’s Canadian ballerina Karen Kain that catches my daughter’s eye. “Ooh, this is my favourite. It’s colourful and sparkly!” My 10-year-old daughter aspires to be an artist but she’s still a little girl at heart and she knows what she likes. I’ve always told her that “art is never wrong”, especially when she gets too perfectionist and crumples up yet another masterpiece, but my saying applies in this case too. There’s a place for formal art criticism but also to just step back and appreciate the bright colours and glitter.
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Art Gallery of Ontario’s Free Summer Online Workshops for Kids and Teens

There’s at-home artmaking and thought-provoking youth events happening online through the AGO all summer. Click on the links to find out more. This week is your last chance to join the online Summer POP! at-home livestream series, FREE. Here’s this week’s daily activities:. Dance – Tuesday, July 27, 10 am...
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Art Gallery of Ontario Increases Accessibility for the Blind

The Art Gallery of Ontario has partnered with a technology company called BlindSquare to make its exhibitions more accessible to the blind. BlindSquare pairs a smartphone app with an indoor navigation system to allow blind and partially sighted people to navigate through spaces independently. Visitors can try the technology at...
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The Art Gallery of Ontario invites everyone to reconnect with art safely. AGO’s has added new Summer pops that have free art-making, dance workshops, and talks. The newest exhibit features…
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