Discover our latest exhibitions, upcoming events, and our permanent collections.

Detail of William Ronald’s (Canadian, 1926 – 1998) Manhattan Carnival, 1952, watercolour and inks on illustration board. Gift of the artist, 1970.

A person standing in front of three paintings on a white gallery wall.


The RMG annually programs over twenty exhibitions across six gallery spaces. With a focus on modern and contemporary Canadian art, we present a variety of exhibitions that reflect a diverse range of artistic output, including painting, photography, sculpture, film, installation and performance.

Painting of tree's changing to bright red fall colour's in front of water.

Our Collections

The RMG’s permanent collection of over 4700 artworks includes nationally significant modern Canadian abstraction, the largest holding of works by Painters Eleven in the world, an expanding collection of contemporary art, and public art.


The RMG is dedicated to providing thought-provoking and contemporary programming for our community. Our public programming explores new perspectives and connections through exhibitions, educational programs, and public engagement.