Museums and galleries in Canada are finding a new way to connect people to our history with art.
One way they’re doing that during the COVID-19 pandemic is by making that art more accessible through Google.
Google Arts & Culture now features digitized works from four new Canadian art exhibits, including the Gardiner Museum’s Art of the Everyday.
The other accessible collections are:
- Niagara-on-the-Lake Museum’s painting exhibit
- Museum of Vancouver’s Textile Arts of the Pacific Northwest exhibit
- London Heritage Council’s Hidden Gems exhibit
The Google Arts & Culture tool allows anyone to explore artworks, collections and stories from museums and galleries across the world from the comfort of their own homes.
Image credit: Gardiner Museum