Golden Groove: Studio 54 Virtual Tour

A large room. There is a crowd standing below with a series of onlooker perched upon the second floor mezzanine. A very large white ball can been floating in the center of the frame.

Dustin Pittman. Stroke of Midnight at Studio, 1978–79. Photograph, 15 x 20 in. (38.1 x 50.8 cm). Courtesy of the artist. © Dustin Pittman


@ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

This is a free event

Golden Groove: Studio 54 Virtual Tour

Friday, February 5, 11 am
Facebook Live

In partnership with the Koffler Centre of the Arts and their long-term community partner, Dancing with Parkinson’s, the AGO is inviting all seniors to experience a virtual tour of Studio 54: Night Magic. AGO Art Educator, Lauren Spring, highlights stories and objects in the exhibition to support two workshops exploring creativity and expressive freedom.

This specially curated program is an inclusive opportunity for all seniors to combat isolation and come together to explore, dance and celebrate the trailblazing aesthetics, performance styles and social freedoms connected with the Studio 54 era.

No dance experience required, all are welcome to join in for the fun and freedom of all things Studio 54.

Dancing with Parkinson’s (DWP) core mission is to bring seniors out of isolation and into an artistic community where they can dance and connect with others. We provide a fun, safe environment where those with Parkinson's Disease can celebrate the artistry and potential of their own movement.

The Koffler Centre of the Arts is a cultural platform that explores critical ideas and concerns of our time through exhibitions, publications, performances, literary events and digital initiatives. We examine complex issues through transformative art experiences that stimulate intercultural dialogue and position Jewish identity in conversation with diverse perspectives and global voices.

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