do :: AGA's Summer ArtBreak + Late Night Wednesdays

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The Art Gallery of Alberta has a busy summer schedule that includes patio parties every Wednesday night, a new BMO World of Creativity exhibit, and a bunch of fun summer camps for kids!  We're pretty jealous, we wish we could attend the kids camps ourselves. 

Late Night Wednesdays

The terrace is open late on Wednesdays with signature cocktails, free guided exhibit tours, and a special discount at Shop AGA. Between 5-9pm on Wednesdays, your admission to AGA includes a complimentary cocktail and access to exhibit tours at 6:30pm or 7:30pm. If you spend more than $50 at Shop AGA, you'll receive 20% off your purchase (anyone need a new coffee table book?).

ArtBreak Summer Camps & Classes

Full Week Camps
 (Runs Mon-Fri, 9am-4pm, July 8-August 16, $234 AGA Members/$260 Non-Members) 

Each week is a new theme - choose from camps like Art Zoo (at AGA and Valley Zoo to discover the art of animals), Art Laboratory (the science of art), Extreme Digital Photography, and more.

One-Day Camps
 (Runs Tuesday-Friday, 9am-4pm, July 2-August 16, $62 AGA Members/$68 Non-Members)
 
Whatever tickles your fancy - everything from art curation, photography, music, sculptures, sports, and more.

Studio Y One-Day Camps
 (Workshops for youth aged 13-17, Fridays 9am-4pm, July 12-August 16, $58 AGA Members/$64 Non-Members) 
Work with local artists to learn art-making techniques. Studio Y Residencies introduce contemporary art to youth to explore and develop their personal art style. Many themes to explore: photography, animation, street art, video, and more. 

You can find a listing of all the ArtBreak camps here! Spread the word - registration is now open!

BMO World of Creativity: Cabinets of Curiosity 

The World of Creativity will reopen with a new exhibit on Sunday, June 30.  Cabinets of Curiosity will occupy the WoC for the next year, encouraging children and grown-ups to explore their curiosity and creativity. The whole family will leave with inspiration for building their own curious collection.

*Images found here and here .