NEW SAFETY MEASURES
The WAG continues to follow provincial guidelines for occupancy level and health orders:
- Effective March 15, 2022, masks are not mandatory for Gallery visitors but are recommended — if needed, we have masks available at the front desk.
- Effective March 1, 2022, proof of vaccination will not be required for general Gallery visitors and rental clients.
- For program series, including WAG Studio programming, proof of vaccination and masks are still required — if needed, we have masks available at the front desk.
- Effective February 15, 2022, WAG-Qaumajuq is open at 100% capacity.
- WAG-Qaumajuq staff will continue to wear masks while at the Gallery.
- For regular Gallery visits, enter through our St. Mary Ave doors; groups and schools come in via Memorial Blvd.
- We ask all staff and visitors to keep a physical distance of at least two metres.
- The following steps are being followed:
- Touchless payment (i.e. credit and debit cards) is preferred over cash
- Please leave backpacks and large purses at home
- All tours and activities to accommodate physical distancing
- One person (or one household unit) per elevator
- Washrooms are restricted to two individuals at a time
Health Precautions & Onsite Cleaning
- Hand-sanitation and stringent cleaning practices throughout the galleries
- Washrooms have frequent sanitization
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us email@example.com
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Visitors to WAG-Qaumajuq can experience art before coming inside! Check out the sculptures outside Qaumajuq and the WAG – see works by Goota Ashoona, Abraham Anghik Ruben, and Ivan Eyre, all for free!
Qaumajuq's inaugural show
Until February 2023
INUA is the inaugural exhibition of Qaumajuq, the new Inuit art centre at the WAG. See work by over 90 Inuit artists working across Inuit Nunangat and beyond.
Library of Babel - A Retrospective
Jan 22 May 15 '22
Cliff Eyland: Library of Babel – A Retrospective celebrates the life and work of the late Canadian artist, curator, writer and educator, Cliff Eyland. The exhibition mixes more than one thousand of Eyland’s signature 3×5″ paintings and drawings with videos, photographs, digital prints, and selected archival documents to explore his ambitious forty-year career.
View from Here
The first impressions of the enormous works in Wanda Koop’s View from Here are starkness and intensity. The evocative paintings feature prominent landscapes composed within the bald outline of a face, erasing the comfortable familiarity we have with both landscape and portrait.