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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.

Limited to 25 spaces, first come first serve.

OSF is a Toronto District School Board alternative school reengagement program where students run a skateboard business /…


The Liveable City? Leisure

Wednesday April 24, 2019, 7 PM

As Impressionism in the Age of Industry takes viewers on a journey through a period of immense change in 19th century Paris, we invite speakers across various disciplines to enter into…

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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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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 that glitters

The crystal anniversary of AGO Massive brought good vibes to the museum. This important fundraiser celebrated 15 years of supporting the AGO’s mission to bring people together with art to see, experience and understand the world in new ways. And all with a good dose of glitter! Programmed by the event’s Creative Director Director X, […]

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Celebrate mom at the AGO

It’s that time of year again – when the rush to get the perfect bouquet of flowers, find that special gift or plan an unforgettable outing for mom begins. Well, look no further. We’ve got just what you need. The AGO is a great place to spend Mother’s Day (Sunday, May 12) by strolling around […]

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Seeing Impressionism in 3D

At first glance Gustave Caillebotte’s Le Pont de l’Europe 1876 (a highlight from our exhibition Impressionism in the Age of Industry: Monet, Pissarro and more) appears to be an everyday urban scene of people strolling across a bridge in 1870s Paris. However, someone standing on this same bridge in 1876 might notice something amiss in […]

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Take a closer look at Metamorphosis

For many, spring is symbolic of reawakening. For artist Tim Whiten, the same can be said with the bearskin pelt used in his work Metamorphosis, on view now at the AGO in the J.S. McLean Centre for Indigenous & Canadian Art. “The piece is about birth and rebirth,” Whiten says. “It’s a remnant, a memory […]

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