InTENse: 10 years of Teens Behind the Scenes at the AGO
InTENse: 10 years of teens behind the scenes at the AGO is a retrospective exhibition featuring some of the great projects created by the AGO Youth Council and their partners over the year.
The show will also feature the AGO Youth Council 2009’s latest offering:
Underground Sasquatch Protection Network (USPN)
Many moons ago it was prophesized that the meeting place of Toronto on Turtle Island would house the coming together of the 4 peoples. Today the Urban Sasquatch Protection Network ( USPN) is fulfilling this prophecy through collaborative video, performance and animation art. Tune into USPN (broadcasting to you from Planet Indigenous and the Art Gallery of Ontario) for further updates!
The USPN is a collaboration between the One Nation Unity group at the Native Canadian Centre of Toronto and the Art Gallery of Ontario’s Youth Council.
Lead artists: Rebeka Tabobondung and John Hupfield.
Elder on this project: Duke Redbird
For 10 years, the AGO’s Youth Council has met weekly at the Gallery to design programming that is relevant and responds to the needs of youth in the Greater Toronto Area.
AGO Youth Programs generously supported by
- Robert Harding & Angel Yang
- Nancy E.A. Main
With assistance from
- The Lloyd Carr-Harris Foundation