The AGH and AGH Annex offer impressive and dynamic event spaces supported by our professional and experienced Event Services team. We can accommodate Boardroom-style meetings of 10 guests, or receptions/meetings of up to 400 guests.
Whether a formal wedding, casual cocktail reception, or contemporary staff get-together, guests will enjoy a unique event experience set within a gallery of historical and contemporary art, or in the heart of the arts and cultural district on James Street North.
The Joey and Toby Tanenbaum Pavilion
The magnificent glass enclosed Pavilion features an in-house sound system and drop down screen, with direct access to the beautifully landscaped Irving Zucker Sculpture Garden.
2500 square feet
Satellite Gallery, 118 James Street North
Situated in a beautifully restored 19th-century heritage building in the James Street North arts district, the AGH Annex features exposed brick and hardwood floors with modern, urban finishings. Guests can utilize the Gallery and the private event space. The space also showcases contemporary art installations by local artists.
1500 square feet
Jean and Ross Fischer Gallery and Lounge
A two-level, open concept space with curated local art exhibitions.
1550 square feet
8 and 12 feet
Set with a spacious u-shaped board table and featuring original art from the AGH Art Rental + Sales Collection. Access to the office lounge and an outdoor courtyard is available.
625 square feet
Irving Zucker Sculpture Garden
The beautifully landscaped garden boasts a patio area, and a renowned collection of historical and contemporary sculpture. Access to the fully licensed Sculpture Garden is included in your Pavilion rental fee.
The David Braley and Nancy Gordon Sculpture Atrium
The elegant, vaulted ceiling Atrium features a stunning collection of historical and contemporary sculptures. Availability and capacity is based on exhibition installations.
2260 square feet
30 to 125 guests
From the Canadian Art Collection
Winter at Rosebank, Lake Ontario 1917
Florence H. McGillivray (1864–1938)
oil on laminated board, Gift of Miss Kathleen Hillary, 1956