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Exclusive: Impressionism in the Age of Industry

March 26, 2019

AGO Next is a dynamic membership program for art lovers under 40. AGO Next events are for AGO Next members only. 


Betty: They Say I'm Different

Wednesday March 27, Friday March 29 and Saturday March 30

Dir. Phil Cox
2017 | 54 min

Funk Queen Betty Davis changed the landscape for female artists in America. An aspiring songwriter from a small steel town, Betty arrived on the 70's scene to break boundaries for women with her daring personality, iconic fashion and outrageous funk music…


Launching: heft, cluster, Drolleries, Magnetic Equator

Wednesday March 27, 2019, 7 PM

Join us to celebrate the launch of four new landmark collections of poetry: heft by Doyali Islam, cluster by Souvankham Thammavongsa, Cassidy McFadzean’s Drolleries and Magnetic Equator by Kaie…

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Seika Boye: This Living Dancer, with dancer/choreographer Natasha Powell

Wednesday March 27, 7 - 8:30

Recent AGO Artist-in-Residence Seika Boye shares a lecture that reflects on her project This Living Dancer, a self-archiving and archival simulation installation and exercise that questions her dancing life…

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