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Free After Three Tuesdays: Natural Dyeing

Tuesday, January 23rd - 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm

Experimenting with turmeric, onion skins, and hibiscus flowers among various dyeing techniques, you will learn how to use household food and spices to create dye baths for fabric dyeing . You are welcome to bring your own fabrics to dye.

Anni Spadafora is an interdisciplinary artist and…

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Free After Three Wednesdays: Break Dancing with Unity Charity

Wednesday, January 24th - 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Ages 14-25

Learn the 101s of Break dancing in a safe and supportive atmosphere — beginners welcome!
In partnership with Unity Charity

Unity uses arts to empower youth with the confidence and skills for success. More specifically, Unity uses hip hop to improve young people’s…

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Free After Three Thursdays: Clay and Ceramics

Thursday, January 25th - 4:00 pm to 6:00 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…


Art for Extreme Beginners: Sculpture

Friday, January 26th - 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Never been in a studio? Here’s your chance to test out your ability to squeeze and squish clay, and form a one-of-a-kind sculpture. Anyone can sculpt! Discover your style; express yourself in this one day sampler.

All materials included. Please bring your receipt and meet in the Dr. Anne…

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You were REALLY at home with monsters!

Guillermo del Toro is officially a hit! His film The Shape of Water earned 13 Oscar nominations (leading the pack). At the AGO we are also celebrating the success of his recent exhibition. In early January, we said goodbye to Guillermo del Toro: At Home with Monsters. As the only Canadian stop on the exhibition’s tour, […]

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So long, Stettheimer!

Fun, feminine and full of florals. These are just a few things that made us fall for the art of Florine Stettheimer shown in the exhibition Florine Stettheimer: Painting Poetry, closing soon at the AGO. A multifaceted artist and personality of the 1920s New York art scene, Stettheimer cuts a fascinating profile. Relatively unknown compared to her […]

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Cool weather, hot meals

Winter is here, but so is Winterlicious! Running from January 26 to February 8, it’s the perfect excuse to break out of chilly hibernation for a delicious meal at AGO Bistro. You can try Executive Chef Renée Bellefeuille’s fresh and innovative prix-fixe menu, available for lunch and dinner. The multi-course menu includes mouth-watering vegan options […]

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Our New Chief Curator Julian Cox is here!

If your first day at a new job isn’t stressful enough, how about being on the receiving end of a rapid-fire list of questions? Luckily Julian Cox, the AGO’s new Deputy Director & Chief Curator, was game to answer 31 quick questions – all on camera. As we announced last October, Julian comes to the […]

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