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Free After Three: Skateboard Building with Oasis Skateboard Factory

Tuesdays, April 16 - June 4, 2019, 4 - 6 pm

Learn how to make a board from scratch and take it home for keeps with youth from Oasis Skateboard Factory.

You must be available for the entire program to register. This program is now full.

OSF is a Toronto District School Board alternative school reengagement…

Youth Events

Free After Three: House Dancing with Warehouse Jacks

Wednesdays, April 24 - June 19, 2019, 4 - 7 pm

Learn House dance styles and techniques while hanging out in an inclusive environment. Led by House Dance crew Warehouse Jacks.

Warehouse Jacks is a growing community of dancers, DJ’s, artists, and open minded individuals that come together on many platforms to shed light on House music…

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Rainbow for a Roof: Artists' Housing in Toronto

Wednesday May 22, 2019, 7 pm

Since the mid-1980s, Ric Amis has been instrumental in the creation of artist housing initiatives in Toronto. In this talk, Amis will draw on archival documents recently donated to the AGO to tell the…

Youth Events

Free After Three: Clay and Ceramics with Ness Lee

Thursdays, April 18 - June 20, 2019, 4 - 6 pm

Exercise creativity and relax as we go through many basic techniques in hand building with clay with local artist Ness Less. Projects include pinch pot piggy banks, geometric vessels, brooches and much more!

Ness Lee is an illustrator/artist based in Toronto. Her Illustrations have been…

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All day. All ages. All in.

The next must-attend art event has arrived! We’re unveiling an entirely new way to experience the museum with AGO All Hours, an all-ages, all-day event happening three times a year. AGO All Hours launches a new platform for up-and-coming talent, offering everything from special art installations and artmaking activities to artist projects, marquee performances and […]

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The AGO recently welcomed our new Deputy Director & Richard and Elizabeth Currie Chief of Education and Programs, Heidi Reitmaier. A long-time museum programmer and leader, Heidi came to the AGO from the Museum of Canadian Art Toronto (MOCA), where she oversaw the opening of its new building as Executive Director. Her international experience includes […]

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Less equals more

Art lovers, have you heard the exciting news about our new admission model announced last week? With the new $35 AGO Annual Pass and free admission for visitors under 25, it’s never been easier to make art a part of your everyday life.  Starting May 25, visitors 25 and under can visit the AGO for […]

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Get the party started!

On Saturday, May 25 at the first AGO All Hours, the annual AGO Youth Council Party is taking over Baillie Court from 8 pm ‘til midnight for a night of music, dance and artmaking fun – and you’re invited! The party is for all ages and is programmed by the Youth Council members. Get ready […]

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