There’s no better time to visit Toronto than when the city’s reawakened (though it never really sleeps these days) with the melting of the snow and the stashing away of our Sorel boots for the season. Thanks to our ever-growing...
It seems there’s another charity event transforming a different space every single week. And while raising money for a worthy cause is definitely a good thing, most young professionals must decided which ones are worthy of the typical hefty price tag
Solving your next date night dilemma and offering another indoor activity once the temperatures start to drop, the AGO brings Michelangelo to Toronto this fall. It runs from October 18th January 11th and features works of the famous artist never before seen in our city
Not that we didn’t know this before, but events like last week’s AGO Massive Party: MASSIVE 10 in Toronto and other large-scale gallery events across the country reaffirmed that there really is no party like a gallery party for young professionals – art lovers and party regulars alike
In a break from the holiday parties, we hit the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) last Thursday, December 5th, for their monthly First Thursday art party. The December event was designed to celebrate some of the avant-garde artists who changed the face of 20th Century art forever
Sick of being in the holiday spirit already? Then tap into your rebellious spirit at The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) this Thursday, December 5th for their monthly First Thursday art party and celebrate some of the most daring rebels of Western art
Much like a scaled down version of the AGO's Massive Party, 1st Thursdays offers an evening of art, entertainment, shameless networking, and, of course, a chance to sip cocktails and create art at the famed gallery. We caught up with Kelly McKinley, the AGO’s Executive Director of Public Programming, for a little more insight