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Virtual NGC

Where art connects us all

Welcome to Virtual NGC – In these uncertain times, we are delighted to provide you with our new virtual experience, where we can all connect with the restorative and enriching power of art.

From curator’s choice and virtual gallery features to thought-provoking articles and downloadable resources. We invite you to tour and explore. Please check back often for the latest features.

 

 

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Collection Highlights

Get to know some of the significant works in Canada’s national art collection featured in this new video series, as curators share their knowledge with us. Watch these videos, and check back often for the latest additions.

Tom Thomson – The Jack Pine

Find out more about Tom Thomson’s iconic work, The Jack Pine, with Christopher Davidson, Curatorial Assistant of Canadian Art.

 

Janet Cardiff – 40 Part Motet

Listen to Senior Curator of Contemporary Art Josée Drouin-Brisebois as she talks about Janet Cardiff's brilliant sound sculpture Forty-Part Motet.

Gustav Klimt – Hope I

Delve into Gustav Klimt’s fascinating Hope I with Anabelle Kienle Ponka, Associate Curator of European and American Art. 

 

Lucius R O'Brien – Sunrise on the Saguenay, Cape Trinity

Explore Lucius R. O'Brien’s Sunrise on the Saguenay, Cape Trinity with Christopher Davidson, Curatorial Assistant of Canadian Art.

 

Annie Pootoogook – Cape Dorset Freezer

Watch Associate Curator of Indigenous Art Christine Lalonde as she talks about Annie Pootoogook’s Cape Dorset Freezer.

 

Experience the Tradition
of the Salon

One of the highlights of the Canadian and Indigenous Galleries is its salon-style wall, featuring a floor-to-ceiling selection of 23 works from the 19th and 20th centuries. Don’t miss this unforgettable feature, brought to you virtually during our temporary closure.

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