“Maman”, the giant spider sculpture outside the National Gallery of Canada. Photo by James Peltzer via the OttawaStart Flickr pool.
The National Gallery of Canada is making themselves accessible throughout the pandemic by producing more digital content. Here’s a recent newsletter from them about what’s on!
Where art connects us all
In these uncertain times, we are delighted to provide you with our new virtual gallery space, 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.
Visit our Collection Highlights in a New Video Series
Picked by NGC Curators
Missing some of your favourite artworks? So are we! That’s why we created the Collection Highlights video series where our curators walk us through their personal favourites from the national collection. Watch the first two videos now.
Travel through Moments in Canadian History with Photostories Canada
A virtual exhibition of photography
Explore over 800 photostories created between 1955 and 1971 by the National Film Board of Canada’s Still Photography Division. Then create your own Photostory by using our website’s app!
Discover the Stories Behind the Art
In-depth articles from the NGC Magazine
Spend some time learning about the artists and artworks that make up the national collection. Read more.