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Youth Events

24 hours, 2019

Wednesday June 26, 2019, 6 pm

During eight three-hour sessions on Wednesdays in May and June, Tessar led the youth council through a series of process-based exercises on the theme of communication, generating drawings, collages, and paintings. The workshops captured conversations about geographical and language barriers…

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Family Events

Strolling the Galleries

Every first Tuesday of the month, 10:30 - 11:30 am or noon - 1 pm

Adult + newborns to toddlers
Meet in the Weston Family Learning Centre

Come explore our greatest hits with your little one! These relaxed 1 hour tours allow for grown-up discussions, free of pressure, where no one minds a coo or a cry. Designed to feed your…

Workshops

Art & Ideas: Drawing. Drinks. Social

Every first and third Friday of the month

Learn to draw and enjoy a drink while doing it!

Each class starts over drinks and conversation, then our artist-instructor leads you through drawing demonstrations and creative exercises that can deepen your understanding of art and the evolution of imagery.

Bring your own supplies…

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Family Events

Family Flashlight Tours

Every first Sunday of the month, 11:00 am - noon or 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

Take family focused flashlight tour in the Thomson Collection of Ship Models! Ages 3+

The Thomson Collection represents a diversity of both ship and model making styles. …

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