Thursdays |  1pm – 8pm
Fridays + Saturdays  |  1pm – 6pm

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Serving the Tri-Cities for over twenty years, the Art Gallery at Evergreen engages visitors through curated exhibitions, activated by public programs and dynamic school workshops. The AGE focuses on contemporary art and ideas explored by professional artists working in all mediums. We believe that art is integral to the fabric of daily life and seek opportunities to connect people with artists and the creative process. 

Header image: Installation view of Gwenessa Lam and Hyung-Min Yoon: Trace, Art Gallery at Evergreen, 2020. Photo: Rachel Topham Photography.

Click the image above to visit the online virtual extention of Arrangements! Exhibition micro-site and 360⁰ virtual gallery designed by Caoimhe Morgan-Feir. 
Title treatment design by Victoria Lum.
Opening Day Tours: August 15, 2o2o | Exhibition Dates: August 20 – October 25, 2020

Fiona Ackerman 
Matilda Aslizadeh 
Kristi Bridgeman & Lisa Shepherd 
Mark Clintberg & Benny Nemerofsky Ramsay 
Erika DeFreitas 
jasna guy 
Hannah Jickling & Helen Reed
Zachari Logan 
Ed Pien 
With online virtual extension by Caoimhe Morgan-Feir  

ABOUT THE EXHIBITION: In the exhibition Arrangements, the artists delve into the multiple significances held by cut flowers, ornamental gardens and wild plants to reveal how flowers act as surrogates for all kinds of ideas. Drawing on the personal, the political and the cultural meanings of flowers, the artworks in the exhibition go beyond notions of beauty to take an unexpected look at this familiar floral subject matter.  

Thank You to Our Exhibition Sponsors:




Image: Hannah Jikling, Helen Reed & Classroom Collaborators*, Your Lupines or Your Life: Forgotten Planters, 2012, discarded funeral flowers, glass, ribbon, foil, Inkjet print. Courtesy of the artists.  |  *Grade 6 student names not used due to Toronto District School Board ethics regulations.

Image: Mark Clintberg and Benny Nemerofsky Ramsay, For the Last Guest, 2014, silk screened wrapping paper, fresh flowers, audience. Photo: Toni Hafkenscheid. 

Image: Hannah Jickling, Helen Reed & Classroom Collaborators*, Your Lupines or Your Life: Most Eww-Worthy Lake, 2012, discarded funeral flowers, glass, ribbon, foil, Inkjet print. Courtesy of the artists.  |  *Grade 6 student names not used due to Toronto District School Board ethics regulations.

Art Gallery Public Programs:

Family Days 
Sponsored by Westminster Savings                                                       

Looking for a fun, free and engaging way to spend time with your family? Join us for family-friendly tours of our current exhibition and take part in a fun art-making activity!

AGE Youth Committee

The AGE Youth Committee is a group of visual arts loving volunteers who support the Art Gallery at Evergreen by helping to create engaging content for younger gallery visitors.

Recent projects include a zine publication, field trips to Emily Carr University of Art + Design and Equinox Gallery, bookbinding and embroidery workshops, and ongoing input on gallery programming. All projects are led by AGE Youth Committee members, with facilitation from our gallery staff. Our goal is to provide our youth committee with the tools and resources they need to make desired programming possible.

Interested in joining the committee?
Contact our Volunteer Coordinator: volunteer@evergreenculturalcentre.ca