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The Art Gallery of Hamilton  Located in the heart of downtown Hamilton, the AGH is Southern Ontario's oldest and largest public art gallery and museum.

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TOMORROW 6-10pm! How do you say goodbye to our satellite gallery and event space that has become a landmark in our neighbourhood and hosted so many unforgettable days and nights over the past five years? In true AGH Annex spirit we offer a final hurrah....and dance party!! Join us for a post-work cocktail and cathartic bout of dancing in the Annex window (Electric Circus style!)with guest DJs @abominableink and @mouthfullofstars and @saltlicksmokehouse serving up some tasty treats! Shed a tear and raise one last toast to our cherished AGH ANNEX!

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Double high-five for Winterfest Family Day at the AGH! Join us today from 12-5pm for family-fun activities including pop-up tours and hands-on art making inspired by our current exhibitions. Contribute to an evolving community piece and then create your own masterpiece to take home. Admission is only $5/Family (2 adults and up to 4 kids). Family Day is generously sponsored by ArcelorMittal. See you soon!

Our NEW Studio Primer Series is a monthly 2 hour workshop offering adult learners the chance to strengthen your skills and stretch your creative muscles in a relaxed, casually environment. Instructor Leslie Furness will provide a short demonstration and give you the time and support to work on your own project. All skill levels are welcome. Materials provided. NEXT CLASS: Drawing Still Life, February 28, 6:30-8:30pm. AGH Members $25, General $30. Space is limited, register online today!

FINAL WEEKEND! On Monday our curatorial team will be taking down Collection Classics (shown here) Evolution of Form, and Staging Abstraction. Be sure to visit us this weekend for a final look.

Presenting rarely-seen masterworks from the #AGHCollection, these exhibitions show a glimpse of the 10,000-work strong AGH holdings.

Did you know that the AGH Film Program screens monthly at our new downtown venue @lincolnalexandercentre_ (160 King Street East)!? Join us this Friday & Saturday for screenings of Tulipani: Love, Honour and a Bicyle, (Friday 2pm and Saturday 2:30pm), Wonderstruck (Friday 5:30pm and Saturday 12pm), Happy End (Friday 8pm and Saturday 4:30pm) and Unarmed Verses (Saturday 7pm).🎥

Taking a long look at #AGHEdwardBurtynsky. Bringing environmental issues to our attention through awe-inspiring and often abstract images that document industrial sites @edwardburtynsky challenges us to consider the complex effects that global manufacturing, and the demands of first world consumers have on the planet. Now on view.

FREE Admission today in celebration of our Winter Exhibitions Opening focusing on issues related to how we view, interact and impact the environment.
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Mini tours at 3pm and 3:30pm
Official remarks at 4:30pm
Artists in attendance .
Image: Carole Condé (Canadian b. 1940) and Karl Beveridge (Canadian b. 1945), Fall of Water (detail), 2006-2007, light jet print, �101.6 x 142.2 cm. Collection of the artists. © Carole Condé and Karl Beveridge

OPENING TODAY at 12 noon! The environment is a key issue in today’s society, and water is the vital component that sustains life on the planet. Artists have used water as a medium to create works of art, investigated its special properties (liquidity, transparency, movement, reflection), interrogated its role in the spiritual and psychological aspects of our lives, and advocated for the preservation of clean water. Through works in a variety of media, Water Works aims to explore how we view and interact with water, and raises awareness of the importance of conserving clean water for future generations. Presented by @rbc . . .
Organized according to three themes: Water and Identity; Human Intervention in the Environment; and the Poetics of Water, the exhibition presents both historical and contemporary work by the following artists: Jennifer Baichwal and Nicholas de Pencier, Nadine Bariteau, Iain Baxter&, Blue Republic, Ron Bolt, Robert Bourdeau, Robert Burley, Joy Charbonneau, Barbara Cole, Carole Condé and Karl Beveridge, Ruth Cuthand, Bonnie Devine, Paterson Ewen, Betty Goodwin, Joseph Hartman, Isabelle Hayeur, Adrien Hebert, John Heddle, April Hickox, Sarah Anne Johnson, Joan Jonas, Ruth Kaplan, Roy Lichtenstein, Ann MacIntosh Duff, Ron Martin, Christopher McLeod, Anong Migwans Beam, David Milne, Ed Pien, Liss Platt, David Rokeby, Mark Ruwedel, Flip Schulke, Phil Taylor, Robert Whale, and Jin-Me Yoon. .
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Robert Burley Canadian b. 1957
Lake Ontario / Toronto #2 (detail) 2004
digital chromogenic print mounted on archival board 99 x 77 cm, Art Gallery of Hamilton, Gift of the artist, 2008
© Robert Burley

Tickets are now on sale for our NEW series of #ilovefilmseries screenings held monthly at the @lincolnalexandercentre_ at (160 King Street West, downtown Hamilton) including: Wonderstruck, Tulipani: Love, Honour and a Bicycle, Unarmed Verses, and Happy End. Visit aghfilmfest.com for details. With a new home for the #ilovefilmseries, we’ve also introduced a new format which will be a selection of films to screen over 2 days each month. We’re excited to bring you more great films and film related programming!

The theme for our 2018 Winter Exhibitions is an examination of our impact on the world around us. With a series of exhibitions and related activities that look at global environmental issues, our lead exhibitions include Witness: Edward Burtynsky and Water Works, complimented by The Living Room: RESERVIOR: Stories of Water and TH&B: Declaration. Highlights include Burtynsky’s large-scale photographs, some taken from helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft over heavily armed industrial sites. Shown here: Edward Burtynsky, Marine Aquaculture #1, Luoyang Bay, Fujian Province, China 2012 (printed 2013) ed 3/6.

Get outside and enjoy the season this weekend! When it gets too chilly, come by the Gallery for a cozy roam around our current exhibitions. Image: Libby Lennie, Canadian Winter 8 (detail). Available for purchase or rent at the #AGHShop.

Did you miss the AGH Talk with Edward Burtynsky last weekend? Not to worry, Edward will be back again on February 11 from 3-5pm for the 2018 Official Winter Exhibitions Opening including ‘Witness: Edward Burtynsky’, ‘Water Works’, ‘The Living Room: RESERVOIR: Stories of Water’, and ‘TH&B: Declaration’. FREE event, all welcome! 📷 @kiamstudio

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