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Jan
23 2012

Matthew Teitelbaum

Art, Community, Learning

CEO, Art Gallery of Ontario, http://www.ago.net

From the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO), CEO, Matthew Teitelbaum joins us as he discusses curating and collecting. Revealing community responsibilities of the AGO, he defines the role of curator and what lead him to the AGO. Matthew Teitelbaum shares the challenges and inspiration of the AGO Transformation process and how it came about. Gaining first-hand insight into the newest addition of the AGO, The Weston Family Learning Centre, Matthew Teitelbaum discusses it's integration into the AGO. Learn about the notion of public space. Learn about AGO funding. And learn what's coming up next for the Art Gallery of Ontario.



Interview Date: January 2012



Matthew Teitelbaum: Blog

Feb 19 2019

Mickalene’s muses

from: Samantha Chater

Syndicated from: AGO Art Matters

Anyone who has been inside Mickalene Thomas: Femmes Noires or had a look at the #MickaleneThomas AGO hashtag on Instagram may have recognized some familiar faces. From actress Whoopi Goldberg to singer Eartha Kitt, Thomas fuses high art with popular culture to make something wholly her own. We took a deep dive into key works […]

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Feb 19 2019

Links we’re loving

from: Michael Watkins

Syndicated from: AGO Art Matters

It may be freezing cold outside, but these links are hot off the presses! We’ve gathered some of the quirkiest, most interesting arts and culture news making the rounds online. Get the inside scoop and check out what our team at the AGO is loving this week.     There was big news from the National […]

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Jan 02 2019

10 reasons to be excited about 2019

from: Andrea-Jo

Syndicated from: AGO Art Matters

We’re buzzing with anticipation about all the amazing artful experiences we’ve got lined up this year at the AGO. Check out our top 10 things to look forward to in 2019: 1. Impressionism in a whole new light All aboard! We’re taking a journey to late 19th century Paris and beyond on trains, over bridges, near […]

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