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March Break fun at the AGO!

March 10-18, 2018, 10:30 am - 4 pm daily

9 Days of Drop-In Fun for the Whole Family

Immerse yourself in Yayoi Kusama’s playful world of light and colour. Take a journey through time and space. Create a huge collaborative futuristic city, make a lantern of light or a silly Emoji face mask, play with light and…

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AGO Next

AGO Next: Dots Are Forever

Tuesday, March 20

AGO Next members will enjoy exclusive access to this highly-anticipated exhibition. Expand your reality and get obliterated in the mind of Yayoi Kusama and her iconic Infinity Mirror Rooms

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Wednesday March 21

This documentary tracks Jean Paul Riopelle’s day-to-day activities and his life in the studio, providing insights into his creative practice. It will be presented with a rare screening of "Portrait of Jean Paul Riopelle," a 1965 episode of the Canadian documentary series,Telescope.

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Care of Home Videos and Films

Wednesday March 21, 6:30-7:30 pm

The Library & Archives welcomes Katy Whitman, the Photograph Conservator at the AGO, for the second of two interactive talks on the preservation of personal archival collections.

At this event, Whitman will present the best practices for storing…

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