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Saturday, January 25 from 10:30 am to 10 pm.

Programmed in partnership with OCADU.*

Free with Admission

AGO All Hours returns this January, inviting visitors to enjoy a day of warmth, storytelling and comfort. Guest curated by OCADU's Criticism & Curatorial Practice (MFA) students, experience a cozy campsite in the heart of the museum, pop-up tours and performances by emerging Toronto artists. 

Check out the highlights below and plan your day at the museum.

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*The 2019 OCADU class is Marilyn Adlington, Nina Bakan, Rebecca Casalino, Jenna Chasse, Alex Gregory, Samantha Hopple, Muxuan Hua, Penny Pan and Alexander Rondeau.

AGO All Hours is included with admission.

AGO ALL HOURS IS ALWAYS FREE FOR AGO ANNUAL PASS HOLDERS, AGO MEMBERS & VISITORS 25 AND UNDER.

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MORNING

Deaf Culture Tour

11am - 12pm, COMMUNITY GALLERY

Come explore the AGO's spectacular building and fabulous treasures in the galleries! This pre-registered tour, led by a member of the Deaf Community, is designed to support deaf experiences and discovery in the gallery.

Fay and Fluffy’s Storytime

11am, WALKER COURT

JP (Fay) + Kaleb (Fluffy) are both drag performers and experienced child educators. Join them for storytime and singing in the centre of the museum.


AFTERNOON

Nostos Collectives

1pm, 3pm, 5pm, 6pm THOMSON EUROPEAN COLLECTION

Nostos Collectives, an autonomous group of emerging contemporary dance artists based in Halifax & Toronto, will present original and innovative choreography & performance.

SlowPitch Sound

3pm, WALKER COURT

Join us for a performance by Cheldon aka SlowPitchSound, who is known for his use of the turntable as a musical instrument and his experimentation with sound, visuals and live performance.

 

In Conversation with a l l i e

5 - 6pm (including Q&A), BAILLIE COURT

Are you an aspiring or emerging singer and/or songwriter looking to learn more about the music industry? Join us for “In Conversation with a l l i e” – where the Polaris Prize-nominated and Toronto-born singer/songwriter will speak about the skills that propelled her career and established her distinct R&B sound. Space is limited and spots will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. “In Conversation with a l l i e” is generously supported by the RBC Emerging Artists Project.


EVENING

a l l i e

7pm, WALKER COURT

Toronto-born singer/songwriter a l l i e takes the stage in Walker Court, with a performance that blends her dreamy and eclectic brand of R&B. 

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