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Creating An Innovative Art Experience

Transformation AGO presents new ways of thinking about and engaging with art through:

  • New transparency to practices and operations that are traditionally behind-the-scenes, including visible art-storage displays and conservation activities, as well as other forms of insight into the educational and research roles of the museum
  • Newly designed educational programming for all ages
  • A new media- and distance-learning lab that will provide content related to collections, programs, research and exhibitions delivered through in-gallery Web stations, study modules linked to school curricula, online teacher training materials, and simulcast lectures and symposia
  • Innovative displays of works of art with dynamic links to the Gallery’s extensive collection of artists’ archives
Art conservation

Art conservation. Photo credit: Sean Weaver, ©2007 Art Gallery of Ontario.

Visible storage

Visible storage, Group of Seven works. Photo credit: Sean Weaver, ©2007 Art Gallery of Ontario.

Installation: In Your Face

Installation: In Your Face. Photo credit: Christina Gapic, ©2007 Art Gallery of Ontario.

Ansel Adams & Alfred Eisenstaedt

Ansel Adams & Alfred Eisenstaedt. Two Photographers. Two Visions. Photo credit: Christina Gapic, ©2007 Art Gallery of Ontario.

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