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The Gardiner Museum brings together people of all ages and communities through the shared values of creativity, wonder, and community that clay and ceramic traditions inspire.
The Gardiner engages audiences through special exhibitions, programs, and hands-on clay classes. The Museum holds over 4,000 objects from the Ancient Americas, Europe, Japan, and China, as well as contemporary works with an emphasis on leading Canadian artists. The Museum was founded in 1984 by George and Helen Gardiner and is housed in a landmark building in Toronto designed by Keith Wagland and renovated by KPMB Architects. The Museum also features a research library and archives, ceramics studios, CLAY restaurant, and the renowned Gardiner Shop. The Gardiner is among the few museums focused on ceramics, and is one of the world’s most notable specialty museums in the world.