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Free After Three: Skateboard Building with Oasis Skateboard Factory

Thursdays, April 26 – June 14, 2018, 4-6 pm (Ages 14-25) - FULL

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 /…

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Free After Three: Style Club - Print Pattern Photo

Tuesday, May 29, 4–6 pm (Ages 14-25)

Learn how to mix, match and clash patterns and prints in this styling workshop led by local designer and stylist Vanessa Fischer. Bring in your own patterned pieces or use the ones we have available to mix prints in different colours, scales, sizes and graphics. Create your own photo shoot,…

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Free After Three: House Dancing with Warehouse Jacks

Wednesdays, April 11 - June 13, 2018, 4-7 pm (Ages 14-25)

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…


AGO | CONTACT International Photography Talks: Arthur Jafa

Wednesday, May 30, 7pm

Join us for an artist talk by Arthur Jafa about his recent work.

Arthur Jafa is a Mississippi-born polymath with overlapping practices as film director, cinematographer, visual artist, university lecturer and writer. Originally trained as an…

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What’s in a name?

In 1928, artist Emily Carr visited Yuquot, a Mowachaht Muchalaht village on the northwest coast of Vancouver Island, and painted the Catholic church located there. As she worked, Carr took some artistic license – she moved the church cemetery and heightened the forest to increase the dramatic relationship between the building and the trees. Carr […]

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The kids are alright

For over 10 years, the AGO Youth Council  has initiated all sorts of programming by young people for young people, including exhibitions, public art projects, events, field trips and more. We chatted with Youth Council member Rowan Lynch to find out why she loves being a member of this collective. Lynch joined the Youth Council […]

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Pride returns to First Thursday!

Pride Toronto turns 38 this year, and once again includes an extravaganza of LGBTQ+ performances, parades, parties and panels during the month of June. The AGO is PROUD as ever to be kicking off Pride Month again – with the launch party at our First Thursday on June 7. This year, Pride Toronto is looking […]

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The gifts they gave

Did you know “tunirrusiangit” means “the gifts they gave” in Inuktitut? Tunirrusiangit: Kenojuak Ashevak and Tim Pitsiulak, opening June 16, will showcase the gifts of two formidable artists – including over 100 works on paper by “the grandmother of Inuit art” Kenojuak Ashevak (1927–2013), and her nephew Tim Pitsiulak (1967–2016), one of the most sought-after […]

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