The Art Museum is temporarily closed.
In keeping with the University of Toronto’s efforts to prioritize the safety of the community by encouraging social distancing as a measure to help disrupt the chain of transmission of COVID-19, at this time, the Art Museum remains temporarily closed and our Winter 2021 exhibitions, Plastic Heart: Surface All The Way Through and Miao Ying: A Field Guide to Ideology are postponed. We look forward to sharing more information about our reopening and new exhibition dates in the new year.
In the meantime, you can engage with us virtually. Watch newly commissioned works conceived for the screen-space as part of Immaterial Architecture (online); dive deep into the stories behind our collections and exhibitions on our Virtual Spotlights series; watch artist talks and lectures on our videos archive; and follow us on social media @artmuseumuoft.
We look forward to welcoming you back! For questions, please get in touch via email at email@example.com.
Justina M. Barnicke Gallery
7 Hart House Circle
Toronto, Ontario M5S 3H3
University of Toronto Art Centre
15 King’s College Circle
Toronto, Ontario M5S 3H7
We are currently not offering free exhibition tours. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that our hours have temporarily changed:
Accessibility & Admission
The Art Museum at University of Toronto welcomes all visitors and are continuously working towards improving accessibility to our two gallery spaces, exhibitions, and programs. For our full accessibility guide, visit our Accessibility page.
Admission to the Art Museum is always free.
The Art Museum is comprised of the Justina M. Barnicke Gallery at Hart House and the University of Toronto Art Centre at University College. Exhibitions and programs span across both galleries, which are located just steps apart, at the North West corner of Hart House Circle, adjacent to the Hart House Tower.
Additionally, the Art Museum produces a number of programs in other locations within and beyond the University, including at Hart House and at the Jackman Humanities Institute, in conjunction with the Institute’s annual theme.