Agnes’s programs are shortlisted for GOG Awards!

25 October 2022

Galeries Ontario / Ontario Galleries (GOG) is pleased to announce Shortlisted Nominees for the 45th Annual, 2022 GOG Awards. As the only annual juried awards of its kind, the iconic GOG Awards celebrate the outstanding achievement, artistic merit, and excellence of arts institutions and professionals in the public art gallery sector. This year is the first time since the beginning of the pandemic that we are back in-person with all Awards categories. The ceremony is on Monday, 28 November 2022 at 5 pm EST.

Agnes’s programs are shortlisted for several, including Curatorial Writing with Sunny Kerr’s Speculative Fiction in the Work of Ibghy and Lemmens; Art Writing Award with Britta B’s Black Balance; Art Publication Award with Danuta Sierhuis’s With Opened Mouths: The Podcast; and Design Award with Vincent Perez’s TomThomson? The Art of Authentication.

The remaining Awards do not have a shortlist, winners will be announced live during the ceremony:

Exhibition of the Year Budget under $20,000 Thematic
Exhibition of the Year Budget under $20,000 Monographic
Innovation in a Collection Based Exhibition
Exhibition Design and Installation

Changemaker BIPOC Award
Colleague of the Year
Volunteer Award
Key Partnership Award

Curatorial Writing Short Text under 2000 words

Art Book Design Award
Serial Publication Design Award
Digital Project Design Award
Identity Renewal Design Award
Budget under $1500 Award

Galeries Ontario / Ontario Galleries (GOG) has a 50-year history as an arts service organization (ASO) which represents over 260 members—public art galleries, museums, artist-run-centers, and arts organizations. For over 40 years, its annual award program has been defining the standards of excellence for the visual arts in Canada. Through advocacy on issues, policy, legislation to all levels of government, and delivery of innovative and cutting-edge professional development opportunities and network-building, GOG advances, empowers, and strengthens the visual arts sector in Canada.

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