Adult Art Tour
Friday 20 December at 1:30 pm. Ticket required: $7 + Gallery admission
Discover the exhibition Artists, Architects and Artisans: Canadian Art 1890-1918 and share your insight with others. One-hour guided tour in English. Groups can also schedule a visit upon request through the Group Reservations Office: 613-998-8888 or Email Contact
Weekends and statutory holidays. Daily 26-31 December and 2-5 January 2014. From 11 am to 4 pm. Free with Gallery Admission. Innovative activities allow families to view works in the exhibition and explore their own creativity in the Garden Court. Participants consider urban design and architecture while creating their own miniature environment.
NGCmagazine.ca, the National Gallery of Canada's online magazine, is a frequently updated source of information on the Canadian art world and events at the National Gallery of Canada. Correspondents from across the country provide engaging and exclusive content on historical and contemporary art in Canada. This online magazine also includes interviews with artists. This month, read the article After the Last Spike: Artists, Architects, Artisans.
Connect with Artists, Architects and Artisans
The NGC regularly publishes information about the exhibition on its
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Tickets: $12 (adults); $10 (seniors and full-time students); $6 (youth: 12-19); $24 (families: two adults and three youth). Admission is free for children under the age of 12 and for Members. Includes admission to the NGC Collection.
The NGC is open Tuesday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Thursdays until 8 p.m. Closed Mondays, including Remembrance Day, November 11. Open between December 26 and 31. Closed on December 25 and January 1. For more information call 613-990-1985 or 1-800-319-ARTS.
About the National Gallery of Canada
The National Gallery of Canada is home to the most important collections of historical and contemporary Canadian art. The Gallery also maintains Canada's premier collection of European Art from the 14th to the 21st century, as well as important works of American, Asian and Indigenous Art and renowned international collections of prints, drawings and photographs. Created in 1880, the National Gallery of Canada has played a key role in Canadian culture for well over a century. Among its principal missions is to increase access to excellent works of art for all Canadians. To do so, it maintains an extensive touring art exhibition programme. For more information: gallery.ca.
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