Here at the AGH, we are very proud of the collection of artworks we are fortunate enough to hold in our care. A curated selection of the over 10,000 pieces in our collection are on display on Gallery Level 2, accessible and free to everyone! One of the most asked-for works is an iconic sculpture: … Continued
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Opening February 1, The Artist’s Dream: Works of French Symbolism is our newest exhibition, exploring the Symbolist movement in late nineteenth-century France. The exhibition combines incredible works from the Joey and Toby Tanenbaum Collection together with loans from collections throughout Canada and the United States. We are so excited to welcome you in to the … Continued
Here at the AGH, we are very proud of the collection of artworks we are fortunate enough to hold in our care. From the over 10,000 pieces in our collection, we have selected a sampling to display in our exhibition The Collection on Gallery Level 2, accessible and free to everyone! Exploring a piece from … Continued
Lauren Broughton is a senior at Waterdown District High School, and is our co-op placement student in the AGH Marketing department. For this special AGH Magazine article, we asked Lauren to select a piece from The Collection to feature in her very own Collection Showcase. After spending a morning exploring the Gallery Level 2 exhibition, … Continued
The AGH recently contributed works from our collection to the Canada and Impressionism: New Horizons exhibition organized by the National Gallery of Canada, currently on view at the Kunsthalle München in Munich, Germany until November 17. I sat down with Tobi Bruce, our Director, Exhibitions and Collections & Senior Curator, to discuss the exhibition, our … Continued
Tobi Bruce is the Director, Exhibitions and Collections & Senior Curator here at the Art Gallery of Hamilton. Working with public art collections for over twenty years, Tobi’s most-recent curated exhibition is The Collection Continues: A Quarter Century of Collecting, which opened June 21 alongside THIS IS SERIOUS: Canadian Indie Comics, This is Moving: Illustration … Continued
Our President and CEO, Shelley Falconer, explores the importance of our permanent collection and the community leaders that help build it.
As the end of Volunteer Appreciation Week draws near, we would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank our 120+ volunteers, without whom, the AGH would not be what it is today. This year the AGH turns 105 years old, and for the first 33 years of that history, the organization was entirely volunteer-run. … Continued