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Art for Lunch: Turbulent Landings

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Are you ravenous for deeper learning about art? Join one of our skilled Gallery Attendants this month for an insightful perspective on Turbulent Landings: The NGC 2017 Canadian Biennial / Turbulences et territoires: La Biennale canadienne 2017 du MBAC, and then explore the core themes through looking at art together.

Studio Y: Current events collage

Thursday, October 19, 2017

After exploring Cutline: From the Photography Archives of The Globe and Mail and the events that inspire news stories, create a collage out of found images to communicate your take on current events.

Yoga in the Gallery

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Enjoy yoga within the calming and ethereal spaces of your AGA. Class themes draw from the exhibitions on display for a unique blend of movement and visual inspiration. 

Kids Drop-in: "Yes and..."

Saturday, October 21, 2017

Let’s make art we can’t make alone! Come visit RBC Work Room: Dara Humniski and Sergio Serrrano—Monument where the two artists will be making art together. Back in the studio, learn ways to plan and create artworks while working together and take home something special for yourself.

Tours for Tots: Spooktacular Layers

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Work in layers and with mixed media in this Halloween edition of Tours for Tots to create something spooky inspired by the artists currently on display at your AGA!

Adult drop-in studio: Make your own sketchbook

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

How do you document your life? Instagram? Bullet journaling? Snapchat? After spending some time observing the processes in the exhibition RBC Work Room: Dara Humniski and Sergio Serrano, head back to the studio to learn various bookbinding techniques and make your own sketchbook or journal.

Le Havre (2011)

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Set in the port city of Le Havre, this comedy-drama follows Marcel – an aging shoe shiner – whose life turns upside down when he hides an underage illegal immigrant from the police, implicating his friendly neighbours and fellow townspeople in the process. Amid the troubles of his own life, including his wife’s grave illness, Marcel seeks safe passage for the young boy to England, where the rest of his family awaits him.

This film is screened in connection with the exhibition Turbulent Landings: 2017 NGC Canadian Biennial.

Studio Y: Exquisite corpse and monsters

Thursday, October 26, 2017

The week before Halloween, create spooky and ridiculous monsters in different collaborative ways! Visit the gallery to learn how different contemporary artists collaborate and use their techniques in studio.