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PORCELAIN GALLERY TRANSFORMATION

PORCELAIN GALLERY TRANSFORMATION


THE CAMPAIGN TO RENEW
THE GARDINER MUSEUM'S
EUROPEAN PORCELAIN GALLERIES



Rendering of the new 2nd floor European Porcelain Galleries by PS Design


The Museum has secured a challenge grant of $150,000 from a generous private donor to reinvigorate these galleries. Help us match that and reach our fundraising goal. Donate now >>



One of the World’s Great Specialty Museums

The Gardiner Museum is one of the world’s great specialty museums, renowned for its prestigious ceramic collection. In 2006 the Gardiner completed a comprehensive transformation—except for its second-floor European porcelain galleries, which have not changed since they were installed in 1984.


An Exquisite Collection

The Gardiner’s European porcelain collection provides an invaluable source of study and inspiration for scholars and visitors alike from Canada and abroad. The collection is a showcase of rare and beautiful examples of Meissen, Sèvres, du Paquier, and more.


30 Years

This year the Gardiner Museum celebrates a milestone — 30 years as Canada’s national ceramics museum. We need your help to update our second-floor European porcelain galleries to create an exhibition space that will make the collection engaging to a broader public.


This transformation will:

 


 

SUPPORT OUR FUTURE

Acknowledgement
The Gardiner Museum will gratefully acknowledge the generosity of all donors. Many opportunities for recognition within the new galleries are available, and where possible, can be tailored to your preference and affinity to certain collection areas.


 

MAKE YOUR GIFT TODAY AND TRANSFORM THE GARDINER MUSEUM FOR THE NEXT 30 YEARS!

DONATE NOW

 

THE CAMPAIGN TO RENEW THE EUROPEAN PORCELAIN GALLERIES

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Alison & David Appleyard
Alison A. Fisher
Amy Digout
Anne Tawadros
Audrey Wos
Barbara Goldring
Bette Ounjian
Botho and Susan Von Bose
Brian Wilks
Catherine Conforzi
Cornelia Schuh
D J MacKinnon
David K. Bernhardt
Deb Perna & Eric Siegrist
Diana Elizabeth Aymong
Diane Dyer
Dick & Dierdre Cousland
Douglas G. Gardiner
Dr. & Mrs. John M. Boyd
Dr. Rosalind Bradford
Ellen and Brian Carr
Emiko Sumi
Esther & Sam Sarick
Eva MacDonald and Mr. David Robertson
Florence Sharpe Barwell
Gail & Ian Brooker
George B. Turnbull
George R. Laidlaw
Gloria Orwin
H. Anthony & Anne Arrell
Harry & Lillian Seymour
Isabella Smejda & Ambrose Roche
James & Heather Peterson
James Appleyard & Tamara Rebanks
James N. Stanley
Jane McKinnon
Jean Johnson C.M.
Jean McKinnon
Joyce Mullock – In memory of Betty Cassels
Judy Bell
Julia West and Richard Wernham
Kenneth & Jean Laundy
Laura Dinner & Richard Rooney
Lillian Tanizaki
Lorna Marsden
Margaret Blackwood
Marlene Wallace - GVC Member
Mary E. Yurkow
Mary Liitoja
Maxine Goldberg
Michael F. Filosa
Mr & Mrs L Rebanks
Mr. & Mrs. Ivor Simmons
Mrs. Carole Zucker and Dr. Bernard Zucker
Mrs. Frances Dankevy
Neville and Lorraine Kirchman
Norman and Adele Shamie
Patricia Shield
Pierre Karch
R. Bruce Keilty HUB International, HKMB
Ronald Haynes
Rosalie & Isadore Sharp
Rosemary Hughes in memory of Gunter Goltz
Roy & Marjorie Linden
Russel David Smith & Carl Lee Shain
Ruth Lyness
Satsu Hattori
Susan and John Lewarne
Susan C. Harrison
Sylvia Main
Terrie Mille
The McDormans
Tom & Milou Kelley
Veronica Herczeg
Viola Remus
Violetta Comar
William Graham and Catherine Graham
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Contact us
Lauren Gould
Gardiner Museum, 111 Queen’s Park, Toronto, ON M5S 2C7
416.408.5077     lauren@gardinermuseum.com

Charitable Registration Number: 10808 2900 RR0001

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