Stan and Deliver: Wednesday nights at the AGO!

Starting Wednesday, March 10, you can hear from the man who started it all at the AGO. In March, Coach House Press founder and master printer Stan Bevington will begin an ongoing series of weekly conversations at Toronto's Art Gallery of Ontario. As part of the AGO's innovative exhibit, 'Canadian Art in the 1960s and 1970s through the lens of Coach House Press,' Bevington will take up residence in the exhibit space every Wednesday night, between 7 and 8 p.m. for a series of fascinating, casual (and completely free!) conversations with artists, designers and photographers (such as David Hylnsky, Barbara Astman, Rick/Simon, Dennis Reid and many more).

This series of fascinating, casual (and completely free!) conversations with artists, designers and photographers is perfect for anyone with an interest in the evolution of printmaking and photographic reproduction, and all those with an interest in the cultural and artistic history of Toronto. The weekly conversations will continue through September, and will be held in the Signy Eaton Gallery on the AGO's second floor.

The talks take place during the AGO's free Wednesday evenings. For more information visit www.ago.net/stan-bevington-in-residence.