What makes a nation?
That’s the question that’s driving AGO Creative Minds at Massey Hall, taking place this Friday, April 21 at 8 pm. In video below, Metro Morning host and CBC Radio 1 personality Matt Galloway takes us through the social and political contexts that make Creative Minds: Art and Nationhood such a pertinent event.
A new block of tickets is now on sale from $19.50. And, as an AGOinsider bonus, you can receive an additional 10% off the ticket price by entering the code AGOFriends when purchasing. Buy your tickets here.
Creative Minds will be live-streamed at cbc.ca/arts and broadcast nationally on CBC Radio One. The event features an all-star lineup of panelists—architect Sir David Adjaye, actor and director Paul Gross, painter Christi Belcourt and novelist Junot Díaz—moderated by Galloway, and featuring an opening performance by rock duo Whitehorse. But act quickly to buy tickets if you want to be there in person—the inaugural Creative Minds, featuring artists like Buffy Sainte-Marie and Deepa Mehta, sold out. Tickets for AGO Creative Minds at Massey Hall are available through the Roy Thomson Hall box office, and range from $19.50 to $79.50 and are on sale now. For more information, please visit AGOCreativeMinds.ca.
A landmark partnership between the Art Gallery of Ontario, Massey Hall, CBC and Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, this semi-annual series aims to examine the present and imagine our futures through the eyes of some of the world’s most innovative and socially-engaged artists, while celebrating the vitally important role their work plays in shaping our lives.
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AGO Creative Minds at Massey Hall is a series of provocative conversations presented by Jonas and Lynda Prince.