For this week’s AGH Magazine article, enjoy this recorded conversation between AGH Director of Programs and Education Tor Lukasik-Foss and current AGH exhibition artist Nora Hutchinson. This conversation occurred September 24, 2020 for a live audience in the AGH Joey & Toby Tanenbaum Pavilion, in alignment with the safety protocols and guidelines as … Continued
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At the time of this article’s publication, the 2020 AGH Film Festival is live! Our first-ever online version of the Festival features over 40 feature films to watch anytime between October 16 and October 25. The last couple AGH Magazine articles featured curated Festival picks from Film Program Curator Ryan Ferguson and Program Advisory Committee … Continued
This coming Friday marks the start of the 12th annual AGH Film Festival! Our first-ever online iteration of the Festival features over 40 features to watch anytime between October 16 and October 25. Along with the films themselves, AGH Film fans will get to enjoy free short film programs, director Q+As, panel discussions, and more! … Continued
Just over a month ago, we published a long list of former AGH Film Series and AGH Film Festival films available for free streaming on Kanopy, accessible to anyone with a library card from most libraries in Southern Ontario. While the list provides a helpful reference point for finding some of our recommended films for … Continued
Throughout our temporary closure, we here at the AGH have missed seeing the smiling faces of our community enjoying the arts with us. Amidst our online offerings with AGH at Home, AGH Film Series fans have had the pleasure of enjoying new Online Film Series screenings each week! The first three films comprised of the Academy Award-nominated Polish clergical drama Corpus Christi, along with … Continued
Early Snow: Michael Snow 1947–1962 opened one week ago, and we are so excited to continue exploring the dozens of works spanning Snow’s early formative years from now until May 24! The exhibition features an ambitious range of media including painting, sculpture, film, video, and works on paper—all from the first fifteen years of his … Continued
For a decade now, the arrival of fall has meant the arrival of Film Festival season here at the Art Gallery of Hamilton. Over the first ten years, we welcomed over 60,000 film lovers to more than 350 films. This year, we are screening over 100 films in 18 languages from 24 countries. For the … Continued
Go behind-the-scenes with the AGH BMO World Film Festival’s Outreach & Events Coordinator Whitney McMeekin!