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May 8th, 2017

The Cardboard City that took over the WFLC during March Break. Photo courtesy of the AGO.

The Weston Family Learning Centre (WFLC), located on the AGO’s Concourse Level, is best known as the space where teens can breakdance after school, kids can enjoy hands-on art-making, families can play and create together every weekend, and where adults can hone their craft or learn a new skill in the AGO’s line-up of art courses and workshops. But the WFLC is also home to amazing special projects and events. Check out this highlight reel to see what we’ve been up to this winter. You never know – you might spot yourself!

Here’s a look back at one of the coolest events to pop-up in the WFLC this year – the Cardboard City that took over the Dr. Anne Tanenbaum Gallery School!

Photo courtesy of the AGO.

Photo courtesy of the AGO.

Photo courtesy of the AGO.

Photo courtesy of the AGO.

Photo courtesy of the AGO.

Photo courtesy of the AGO.

Photo courtesy of the AGO.

Photo courtesy of the AGO.

Photo courtesy of the AGO.

Visit the AGO website to learn about the many programs for art-lovers of every age offered in the Weston Family Learning Centre. There’s bound to be something for you.

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