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Enjoy fascinating talks by leading experts, family-friendly activities, art parties, gala fundraisers and more!

 

For information and tickets, click on the event links below or call 416.586.8080.

If you are interested in our clay classes, please click here.

 

Tickets to lectures, programs, and special events are final sale and non-refundable. For more information please review our ticketing policy.


Family Day

Family Day

Every Sunday

Bring the whole family to the Gardiner for family-friendly activities, including clay workshops and tile painting.
Free with admission!

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Dance of the Maize God Film Screening and Panel Discussion

Dance of the Maize God Film Screening and Panel Discussion

Tuesday September 8, 2015, 6 - 8:30 pm
The Diane Wolfe Lecture

The documentary feature film Dance of the Maize God explores the royal life and rich mythology of the Maya, as well as the tangled issues involved in the collection and study of Maya art. The film will be followed by a discussion featuring the film's director and a panel of archaeologists.

Speakers: David Lebrun, Director of Dance of the Maize God; Siobhan Boyd, Gardiner Education Program Manager and Archaeologist; and Maya Archaeologists Drs. Helen Haines and Gyles Iannone

With support from the Diane Wolfe Fund

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The Joy of Ceramics Luncheon

The Joy of Ceramics Luncheon

Thursday, September 10, 2015, 10 AM

The Gardiner Volunteer Committee invites you to our annual fundraising luncheon The Joy of Ceramics.

Speaker: Janice Stein is an internationally-known Canadian political scientist, worldwide relations expert and author of over 80 books.

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Park/Avenue Pop Up Lunch Series

Park/Avenue Pop Up Lunch Series

Friday September 11, 11 am to 3 pm

Join us on the Gardiner Plaza on select Fridays throughout the summer for the new Park/Avenue Pop Up lunch series.

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Design as Signs: Decoration and Meaning in Chinese Blue and White Porcelain

Design as Signs: Decoration and Meaning in Chinese Blue and White Porcelain

Wednesday September 16, 2015, 6:30 - 8 pm
The Ann Walker Bell Lecture

Using examples from the collections of the Gardiner Museum, this lecture will examine the stories behind a wide range of decorative motifs and scenes found on blue and white porcelains of the 16th to 18th centuries. It will begin with a history of symbolic motifs in Chinese art and will proceed to examine a range of motifs in detail, explaining their meanings and their origins.

Speaker: Dr. Stacey Pierson, Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in Chinese Ceramics at SOAS, University of London

Presented by Gillian and Ron Graham

With support from the Ann Walker Bell Fund

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Fall 2015 Halloween Workshop, Ages 6-99 (Children under 10 must be accompanied by a paying adult)

Fall 2015 Halloween Workshop, Ages 6-99 (Children under 10 must be accompanied by a paying adult)

Saturday October 3, 1:30 - 3:30 pm (building), and Sunday October 18, 10:30 am - 12 pm (glazing)

Have a Spooktacular time at the Museums studios and learn how to make a pumpkin or skull out of clay.

Instructor: Audrey Mah

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Oriental Antiquities at the British Museum: Some Reminiscences of a Former Assistant Keeper

Oriental Antiquities at the British Museum: Some Reminiscences of a Former Assistant Keeper

Wednesday October 7, 6:30 - 8:00 pm

In the early 1960s, David Waterhouse was an Assistant Keeper in the Department of Oriental Antiquities at the British Museum. He will recall his experiences of working under Basil Gray, Soame Jenyns, William Watson and other luminaries of a bygone era.

Speaker: Prof. David Waterhouse

 

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EMPTY BOWLS 2015

EMPTY BOWLS 2015

Thursday, October 15, 5 - 7:30 pm

Empty Bowls is a North American-wide project to aid the homeless. More than 400 bowls are donated by potters, potter’s guilds and students at schools teaching pottery, and delicious soups are prepared and ladled out by Ontario's most eminent chefs.

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Clay Sculpture and the Netherlandish Renaissance

Clay Sculpture and the Netherlandish Renaissance

Thursday November 19, 6:30 to 8 pm

Professor Ethan Matt Kavaler, Director of the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies and Professor of the History of Art at the University of Toronto, discusses the highly developed art of clay sculpture in The Netherlands in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries.

Speaker: Professor Ethan Matt Kavaler, University of Toronto

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