Talks & Tours

Curatorial Tours: Loose Parts

Feb 16, 2023, 07:00 PM - Feb 16, 2023, 07:45 PM

sophia bartholomew, dances around a living tree (detail), 2022, wood, found materials and organic matter, string, C-clamps, and laminated sheets.

Join curator Hannah Keating for a guided tour of the exhibition Loose Parts, which includes work by sophia bartholomew, Akash Inbakumar, and Justin Mezzapelli.

Thursday Curatorial Tours are free and open to everyone. They provide deeper insight into the themes, context, and content of our exhibitions. Seating options are available. For more information about access and our facilities, please visit rmg.on.ca/visit/ or contact Hannah Keating at [email protected] with any specific requests.

No advance registration required.

Upcoming Events

Studio Class

Teen Afterschool Art Club

Feb 2, 2023, 04:00 PM - Mar 9, 2023, 06:00 PM

This class is full. Ages 13-19 Come hang out in our onsite art studio! Guided by our talented Learning + Engagement Assistant, Farah Hoosain, you will be encouraged to explore new techniques, work with a variety of materials, and express your unique personality through art. Each week’s activity is influenced by the artistic trends of […]

Talks & Tours

Kazuo Nakamura: Influence and Legacy

Feb 4, 2023, 02:00 PM - Feb 4, 2023, 04:00 PM

This event is open to the public, but registration encouraged. Join us for a conversation about the lasting impact and legacy of artist Kazuo Nakamura. The discussion will be led by panelists Louise Noguchi (artist), Bryce Kanbara (artist and recent Governor General Award recipient), and John Hatch (art historian). Kazuo Nakamura laid the groundwork for […]

Studio Class

Family Day 2023: Personalized Buttons, Eye Spy and More!

Feb 20, 2023, 10:30 AM - Feb 20, 2023, 12:30 PM

This Family Day, we are doing a number of different family oriented activities! Families can design their own personalized pin-on buttons, work together by creating collaborative art, and explore sketching skills with a silly still-life challenge! Check out our new Eye Spy game in the permanent exhibition space, who will find all the artworks first?