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AGO Next

The Stories We Tell: Canadian and Indigenous Art Highlights

AGO Next Canadian and Indigenous

Installation view of the J.S. McLean Centre for Indigenous & Canadian Art. Works shown: Florence Carlyle, The Tiff, c. 1902; and The Studio, c. 1902; Rebecca Belmore, Rising to the Occasion, 1987–1991; Joanne Tod, Chapeau Entaillé, 1989.


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AGO Next

The Stories We Tell: Canadian and Indigenous Art Highlights

November 19, 2018

AGO Next is a dynamic membership program for art lovers under 40. AGO Next events are for AGO Next members only. Find out more about this membership program.

The New York Times recently cited the AGO as leading the conversation on Indigenous art. Find out why and join us for a tour of the newly installed galleries that reflect the Nation to Nation relationship that built this country while showcasing the best of our Indigenous and Canadian Collection. Exploring origin stories, issues of land and water, how we construct our sense of self, and how artists engage with the spirit, these re-imagined galleries spark conversation between artists and across time – cutting through the noise to tell the stories we need to hear.bai

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