AAA Editor Notes
Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art, 111 Queen's Park Ave., houses a collection of 15th- through 18th-century ceramic pieces. Works include pre-Columbian, containing Olmec and Mayan figures and objects from cultures in Mexico, Ecuador, Colombia and Peru; Italian Renaissance majolica (1400-1600); English delftware (1600-1700); Continental and English porcelain (1700-1800); and Minton china (1800). Canadian ceramic art and changing exhibitions also are featured. "DOORS at 6 pm” on some Fridays pairs free music and literary events with the regular half-price gallery admission.
Food is available.