Our 60 seconds of infinity is now a permanent fixture in Toronto’s art scene thanks to a crowdfunding campaign that has brought one of Yayoi Kasuma’s famous infinity rooms to the Art Gallery of Ontario.

LET’S SURVIVE TOGETHER opens to the public on May 25, 2019. It’s located on Level 2 inside Signy Eaton Gallery (next to the Galleria Italia) and is included in general museum admission. Same-day timed-tickets will be available on a first-come first-served basis so you need to reserve your timeslot to see the room. Only one entrance per day – so the advice is arrive early.

If you don’t get a timeslot for the room, you can always come back, which is great for members. Now, it’s extra easy and economical to be a member with the new AGO Annual Pass. Starting on May 25, 2019, single membership is only $35 for a year. AND kids (25-years-and-under) are free.


Huge high fives to the Gallery for this bold move in making art more accessible to all.


Getting there: All explained here.

Low-down: Admission recap. Free general admission for everyone from 6 – 8:30 pm on Wednesdays. AGO is closed on Mondays.

In the hood: Grange Park and its awesome playground is behind the AGO.