Art and Ideas: The New Canadian Installations
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Recorded: February 18, 2009
Gerald McMaster, AGO curator of Canadian Art, will discuss the new approach to the Canadian galleries in the transformed AGO. The collection now spans 11,000 years and reflects the diversity of its people, culture and landscape with an enhanced representation of women and historic First Nations artists. To meet the challenges of the ever-widening scope of this collecting area, the installation of the J.S. Mclean Centre for Canadian art is structured by three ideas: memory, myth and power.
Signature Partner: Canadian Collection Program
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