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Art Exhibitions in Toronto

The Art Gallery of Ontario is the tenth biggest museum in North America offering more than 40,000 works capturing 1,000 years of European, Canadian, Modern, Inuit, and contemporary art.

As a popular art museum of Canada, the AGO organizes and hosts an ample spectrum of major exhibits. Around 40% of the collection concentrates on the development of Canada's art heritage, dating from pre-Confederation to today, comprehending one of the largest Inuit art collections in the world.

The AGO also provides a Print & Drawing open door Wednesdays from 1 to 4 pm. This is a behind-the-scenes look offering an opportunity for visitors to have a tour of the state of the art Study Room, besides a peak into the vault to see some singular works on paper.
  • Art Gallery of Ontario

    312 Dundas Street West
    Toronto, Ontario M5T 1G4
    Tel: (416) 979-6660
    Web Site:

  • Art Gallery of Ontario Hours:

    Monday to Tuesday: Closed
    Wednesday to Friday: 12:00 pm - 9:00 pm
    Saturday to Sunday: 10:00 am - 5:30 pm

  • Art Gallery of Ontario Admission Prices:

    Adults: $5
    Seniors (65 years of age and over): $4
    Students (full-time student with ID): $4
    Youth (6 to 15 years of age): $3
    Children (less than 6 years of age): Free
    Family (2 adults and up to 5 kids under 15): $15
    AGO members: Free
    Wednesday evenings FREE - 6 to 9 pm (Surcharged exhibitions and ticketed events excepted.)

  • Art Gallery of Ontario Special Exhibitions

    Adults: $15.00
    Seniors & Students: $12.00
    Youths (6-15): $10.00
    Families (2 adults & up to 5 kids under 15):$40.00

    Rates may vary depending on events

  • Art Gallery of Ontario Membership

    Student $40
    Non-Resident $60
    Individual $75
    Family $100
    Contributing $150-$249*
    Supporting $250-$499*
    Sustaining $500-$999*
    Curator's Circle $1500 (Tax receipt issued; information 416-979-6619)

Film schools

Film schools in Toronto

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Music schools in Toronto

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Dance schools

Dance schools in Toronto

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Image schools in Toronto

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Beauty schools in Toronto

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Art schools in Toronto

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