Resources for Teachers
Looking for resources to use with your students in class? We offer a range of materials to enhance your lessons.
Look out for the colour code to know if the activity suits your classroom: Elementary Secondary
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Be amazed by the discoveries you can make when you look for longer at art. Look carefully together at these paintings with Educator Andrea Gumpert.
Distance Learning programs are live webinars that connect students from across Canada with artworks in the Gallery’s collection.
A Teacher’s Guide to Photostories Canada
Discover many ways to use the Photostories Canada website in your classroom with our teacher’s guide and lesson plan.
Framing Nature: A Photography Activity
Grab your camera and join us as we adapt lessons learned from the Group of Seven's paintings to help you see your world through a new lens.
Learn about key artists and works of art in the Gallery collection with NGC Educator Béatrice Djahanbin.
Join Gallery curators as they engage with artists, artist-run centres, museums, publishers, collectors and more.
Restoration and Conservation
Learn more about some of the team’s exciting projects, and follow a few of the objects that are keeping them busy in the lab.
A Botanical Audio Tour Through the Gallery Collection
Explore masterworks from the Gallery’s European and Canadian collections with an award-winning gardener and art historian.
Àbadakone | Continuous Fire | Feu continuel Virtual Tour
Explore this exhibition of contemporary Indigenous art and its artists through features that include a virtual gallery and audio guide stops narrated by a gallery educator.
Art Canada Institute teacher resource guides
Following our provinces’ education curricula, the teacher resource guides provide multidisciplinary learning activities that reveal how Canadian art powerfully reflects our world so we can better understand it.