Late last year, renowned Canadian artist Sandra Meigs brought a sense of joy and wonder to the AGH entrance with her Imaginal Worlds exhibition, offering a playful lightness welcoming in visitors from the outside world. While we remain closed and unable to view the exhibition in person, we filmed an interview with Sandra to capture … Continued
On Saturday, November 28, the AGH will host our first-ever online Gala, viewable by ticketholders starting at 7:00 pm. The annual Gala is a keystone Gallery event demonstrating the collective efforts of our communities pushing the arts forward in Hamilton. This year’s necessary shift online brings us The AGH Dream: A Virtual Gala Experience, a … Continued
According to Kim Adams, the Bruegel-Bosch Bus is always on his mind, in his dreams, and if he could, he’d build a bunkie in the Gallery so that he could sleep nearby and work on the piece every day. The piece is the longest-ever work-in-progress—in the AGH collection, anyways. It has been installed at the … Continued
If you have attended a Gallery tour at the AGH, you have likely heard that we house over 10,500 works in our permanent collection – a number which often surprises our visitors and immediately begs the question: where do we keep them all? Many AGH regulars may know the answer – in the vaults! Our … Continued
Artist interviews with Masoud Eskandari, Nedda Baba and Amber Helene Müller St. Thomas leading up to the closure of the exhibition Hamilton Now: Subject!
Parties, Pop-ups and Paris is Burning: Special Events at this Year’s AGH BMO World Film Festival
Go behind-the-scenes with the AGH BMO World Film Festival’s Outreach & Events Coordinator Whitney McMeekin!
A behind-the-scenes look at how we installed the ‘THNATOS’ Cadillac Eldorado car in our exhibition ‘Hamilton Now: Subject’.
Abstract paintings are back in style! We’re dusting off some works from our permanent collection at the AGH and introducing them to a new generation.
Bellona’s head was cut off and stolen, but that was just part of the sculpture’s story. Know the dramatic journey of Jean-Léon Gérôme’s Ancient Roman Goddess before she arrived at the AGH.
What does it take to get one giant painting across the Atlantic ocean? Follow the journey of Mihály Munkácsy’s Christ Before Pilate from the AGH to its new home at the Déri Museum in Debrecen, Hungary.