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Youth Council + Peter Kingstone: FEAR

Exhibit on-view December 16, 2010 - January 12, 2011.
Closing party and artist talk Wednesday, January 12, 2011 6-8pm.

Art Gallery of Ontario
317 Dundas Street West (at McCaul)

How do you feel fear?

The AGO Youth Council collaborated with guest artist Peter Kingstone to learns the ins and outs of video art. Together they created Fear. Fear is a video installation project that explores the body's physical responses to fear, namely: pupils dilating, butterflies in the stomach, confusion, a racing heart beat and one's hair standing on end. The installation is designed as a scary "video graveyard".

Join us on January 12, 2011 from 6-8 pm for an artist talk and closing party!

Wednesday, January 12, 2011
Art Gallery of Ontario
317 Dundas Street West (at McCaul)


Peter Kinsgtone is a single channel and installation video artist based in Toronto.


The AGO Youth Council meets weekly at the AGO to design artistic programming that is relevant and responds to the needs of youth in the GTA. The council's past projects include: The Living Room Project; Hype I, II, & III; and Metro AGO-GO: Youth Propositions for an Ideal City. The AGO Youth Council is a project of Teens Behind the Scenes at the Art Gallery of Ontario.

The AGO Youth Council and Free After Three are programs organized by the AGO's Teens Behind the Scenes and the Art Gallery of Ontario.

The AGO is always FREE AFTER THREE (3pm-close, Tuesday-Friday) for all high school students and youth associated with a youth organization. It is also always FREE after 6pm on Wednesday for the general public. Come visit the show again and again!


AGO Youth Programs generously supported by

  • Robert Harding & Angel Yang
  • Nancy E.A. Main

With assistance from

  • The Lloyd Carr-Harris Foundation
  • Nordstrom

Public Programming and Learning initiatives at the AGO are supported by the Arthur Lismer Group, The Learning Circle, and the Learning Fund

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