Chef Bianca Azupardo presents inspired seasonal menus that showcase locally-sourced ingredients, complemented by stunning views of the city.
The crisis surrounding murdered and missing Indigenous women, girls, trans, and queer community members continues, with thousands of documented cases in both Canada and the U.S. The Gardiner presents the Canadian premiere of Cannupa Hanska Luger: Every One & Kali Spitzer: Sister, an installation commemorating those who have been lost.
On September 24, don't miss the rare opportunity to hear from the Rijksmuseum's Curator of East Asian Art, Menno Fitski, and discover the mysterious history of a Japanese treasure that disappeared in early 20th century only to reappear in 2013. Get tickets now!
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Part of the Community Arts Space: What we long for
Co-presented with Hyperallergic
This is a podcast listening station located outside the Exhibition Hall.
Hyperallergic is a forum for serious, playful, and radical perspectives on art and culture in the world today. Read by a million people each month, it is a leading source of art news, views, and reviews. Established in 2018, Art Movements is Hyperallergic’s leading art podcast designed to connect the general public to the diverse stories of art around the world.
As a student at the University of Toronto, host Hrag Vartanian was a frequent visitor to the Gardiner Museum. Inspired by the Gardiner’s collection, the series invites prominent artists like Shary Boyle and Kent Monkman to explore the social history of ceramics and its multifaceted role in our culture. Through personal anecdotes, art historical reflection, and archival recordings, this limited-run podcast series explores issues at the intersection of contemporary ceramics and museums.
Episode 1: Kent Monkman’s Mission to Decenter the Colonial Museum
July 11, 7:30 – 9 pm
Hrag Vartanian in Conversation with Shary Boyle
Hrag Vartanian moderates a public conversation with Canadian artist Shary Boyle on the social history of ceramic objects and contemporary art.
About Community Arts Space: What we long for
Grounded in the ability of clay to transform, the Community Arts Space is a platform for experimentation and socially-engaged art. Established in 2016, the project connects artists, makers, organizers, and residents through the creation of public projects that inspire social action. This year, we’re showcasing four public projects in collaboration with local and international artists, curators, community, cultural and media organizations that focus on the theme “What we long for.” Learn more
Image: Shary Boyle, Triumph of the Will, 2010, Gardiner Museum. Gift of Sarah and Tom Milroy. Photographer: Brian Boyle
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