Our new institutional purpose – to nurture interconnectionacross time and place – invites us to have difficult conversations, to see the world from other points of view, and to inspire empathy and humility. It is the foundation of the Gallery’s new strategic plan, Transform Together.
Ankosé is a call to action for the institution and for all who engage with us, to recognize the limitless connections that exist beyond the frame.
Our new logo takes its cue from the Algonquin word Ankosé, going from a western world view of hard geometry, to a circle, inspired by Indigenous ways of knowing and being. Exploring the idea that art connects us all, sums up the Gallery’s vision to serve all Canadians equally.
Home of the world’s most comprehensive collection of Canadian art. Pour nous suivre en français, cherchez Musée des beaux-arts du Canada.
The National Gallery of Canada is the country’s finest art museum and the permanent home of the world’s most comprehensive collection of Canadian art. Its European collection and modern American collection are considered among the best in the country. Its award-winning architecture, featuring the luminous Great Hall, spacious galleries and interior gardens and courtyards, is in itself worth the visit. Throughout the year, the Gallery presents international-calibre temporary exhibits, public events and activities for families.
Free admission for NGC Members and children age 11 and under.
Welcome to Virtual NGC, where we can all connect with the restorative and enriching power of art.
The “Focus” Series is an ongoing partnership between Library and Archives Canada and the National Gallery of Canada, building on the rich collections of both institutions.
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