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Performance

Royal Conservatory of Music Residency

Third Sunday of each month January - May, 2 pm

Join us for an in-gallery musical experience featuring students from the Royal Conservatory of Music' Glenn Gould School. Enjoy these special performances and a musical repertoire inspired by the AGO's European galleries, in E.R. Wood Gallery the third Sunday of every month.

Presented in…

Family Sundays, April: Piece by Piece

April 7 - 28, 2019 1 - 4 pm

We are making puzzles and colourful, mixed media collages piece by piece!

Youth Events

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 /…

Talks

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…

What's Next

Yayoi Kusama's INFINITY MIRRORED ROOM - LET'S SURVIVE FOREVER
Opens to the public May 25
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