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Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art Toronto

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Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art
111 Queen’s Park
Toronto
ON
M5S2C7
Tel: +1 416.586.8080

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The Gardiner Museum offers an intimate look at one of the worlds oldest and most universal forms of art and material culture—ceramics.
fun for young adults and adults. Participants at all levels of experience--including absolute beginners--will learn the techniques of creating ceramic art by forming and decorating their own hands-on projects in clay.
Take advantage of the Gardiners year-round line-up of programs. Engage in the arts, food, literature, and more through the Gardiners Education Department.
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    Jeffery Thomas smith I remember inventing the word Jardiner and the word queen they both mean my name Jeffery

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    a wonderful place for curious and creative folks, situated right in the heart of the city, and just across the street from the ROM (near Avenue Rd. & Bloor St.).

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    Excited

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    I joined my wife's company party there. Food was nice and open bar was amazing. Just a bit tiny for 100+ people though

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    Is a great museum, you need more than one day to look at everything

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