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Yayoi Kusama: I Adore Myself

Fridays in April, 6 pm and 8:30 pm

Dir. Takako Matsumoto, 1 h 42 min, 2008 Japanese with English subtitles

Who is Yayoi Kusama? This rarely shown candid observational documentary captures Yayoi Kusama’s daily activities and creative process over a period of several months in 2006 – 2007 as she diligently works to complete…

Family Events

Family Sundays, April: Polka Dot Fun

Sundays April 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, 2018, 1-4 pm

Inspired by Yayoi Kusama’s exhibition Infinity Mirrors; make polka dot accessories throughout the month. On April 29, the last Family Sunday of the year, join us for a pop up dance party with DJ V∆NESS∆!

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Youth Events

Free After Three: Style Club - Sewing Your Own Custom Tote Bag

Tuesday, April 24, 2018, 4-6 pm (Ages 14-25)

Whether or not you made it out to the last class (Drafting a Tote!) this time around you will get to sew and take home a custom bag, led by fashion designer Emma Doyle.

Limited to 20 spaces, first come first serve.

Emma Doyle is a designer working in fashion, film and interiors.…

Special Events

Library & Archives Unshelved: The Gallery in 1918

Wednesday April 25, 6-8 PM (Drop-In)

This monthly drop-in hosted by AGO librarians and archivists gives visitors a first-hand glimpse of highlights from the AGO Library & Archives collection. For April's event, Archivist…

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Hooray for volunteers!

At the AGO, we work with many wonderful, hardworking volunteers who are dedicated to engaging our visitors in all aspects of our museum. The Edward P. Taylor Library & Archives, located on the south side of the building on the Lower Level (Concourse), relies heavily on volunteers. A centre for art history research, the library […]

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In 2002, the AGO held the first ever large-scale multimedia retrospective of Yoko Ono’s work to be mounted in North America, Y E S YOKO ONO. Once again, Torontonians are clamouring to see this artist’s work. On view at the Gardiner Museum now until June 3, YOKO ONO: THE RIVERBED is a series of three […]

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Welcome back The West Wind

Since last September, Tom Thomson’s The West Wind had been on loan to the Tom Thomson Art Gallery in Owen Sound. Luckily for AGO visitors, the painting recently returned to the Gallery’s walls and now hangs in the newly reinstalled Fudger Rotunda on Level 1 of the AGO. Thomson’s painting was experimental for its time, with the shape of […]

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Cheers to infinity

Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors invites visitors to imagine what infinity looks like. The AGO Bistro’s bartender and mixologist Stephen Gaessler wants you to try and taste it. It’s why Gaessler has created a menu of Kusama-themed cocktails for art-goers looking to extend the experience. Stephen has been making art-themed cocktails since the fall of 2016, […]

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