Learn all about our public programs, partnerships, our studio, and programs for artists and schools.

Detail of Alexandra Luke (Canadian, 1901 – 1967), Blue Dynasty, 1955, oil on canvas. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. S. McLaughlin, 1971.

Public Programs

We animate our exhibitions and collections through artist talks, lectures, workshops, performances, and conversations to inspire our audiences and activate curiosity. Dedicated to deepening and enhancing the experience of art for people of all ages, our programs bring people together to learn, experiment, dismantle, reflect, discover, question, reimagine, and create.

For Artists

We are dedicated to supporting artists in their work and creating an environment for them to flourish. We provide opportunities for the community to imagine and create.

Two people in front of a podium presenting to a crowd with artworks hung on the wall behind them.


21st Century Learning practices are holistic throughout the RMG, where celebrating different voices, contributing to well-being, and co-creating are at the heart of what we do. Our programming is designed to activate new perspectives, ideas, and connections by being open, taking risks, and peaking curiosity. We offer a variety of workshops, classes, and camps for kids, youth, and adults throughout the year.


We hope to continue to expand our learning offerings to encourage schools to select the programming that best fits their needs. Our current offerings include At-Gallery programming, RMG Virtual School and other learning resources such as Activity Guides and the Learning Video Series.


We prioritize long-term and sustainable relationships with artists and community members. We bring together multiple perspectives and people and invite unique opportunities for collaborations. The RMG regularly collaborates with various partner organizations and community groups in the Durham Region.