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Sunday Art Lecture Series (postponed)

*Please note that this series has sold out.

UPDATE: Due to the rapidly changing situation with COVID-19, we are postponing the following Sunday Art Lectures until October:

March 22, 2020 2pm-4pm | Betsy Tumasonis | Niki de Saint Phalle’s Tarot Garden in Tuscany POSTPONED to October 25, 2020
March 29, 2020 2pm-4pm | David Young | Shibusa Aesthetics: Spontaneity in Japanese Gardens. POSTPONED to October 4, 2020

The Sunday Art Lectures are sponsored by the Gallery Associates in support of the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria.

All purchased tickets will be honoured in October. You will receive a reminder note closer to the date.

If you do not wish to keep your tickets, please let us know by Friday April 3 by emailing visitorservices@aggv.ca.  You may donate your tickets to the Gallery in return for a tax receipt.  Or you may cancel your tickets for a refund.

Ticket holders will be informed of any further changes or additions to the series.  Thank you for supporting the Gallery.

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Join the Gallery Associates in March for “Gardens as Art: Aesthetic Journeys around the World” by four art historians. Moderated by Dr. Daniel Mato, this exciting iteration of the Sunday Lecture Series will take you to famous gardens in France, Italy, Egypt and Japan. All right here in the Gallery four Sundays in March!

Single Tickets $35 General Admission | $30 for Gallery Members and Students

March 1, 2020 2pm-4pm | Melissa Berry | Japan in Giverny: Monet’s Impressionist Garden LEARN MORE

March 8, 2020 2pm-4pm | Marcus Milwright | Botanical Art: Cairo’s Matarea Garden LEARN MORE

March 22, 2020 2pm-4pm | Betsy Tumasonis | Niki de Saint Phalle’s Tarot Garden in Tuscany LEARN MORE

March 29, 2020 2pm-4pm | David Young | Shibusa Aesthetics: Spontaneity in Japanese Gardens. LEARN MORE