You and your 5 besties could have a sleepover at the AGO

Nov 1 2018, 1:44 pm

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The covetable Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors exhibit may be returning to Toronto permanently in the near future.

Following its extremely successful run in Toronto that dazzled more than 165,000 visitors, the AGO has launched an “ambitious” crowdfunding campaign to acquire Infinity Mirrors artwork from the world-renowned artist Yayoi Kusama.

Through the new #InfinityAGO crowdfunding campaign, the AGO is encouraging Torontonians to donate so current and future art lovers can experience the mesmerizing exhibit for years to come.

The AGO hopes to reach its crowdfunding goal of $1.3 million within 30 days so that the work can be brought to Toronto as soon as possible.

And to make things a little sweeter, the AGO is offering donors several different incentives.

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Donors of $25 and higher will have a chance to see the Infinity Mirror Room at the AGO in spring 2019 before it opens to the public.

Other benefits, from buttons to umbrellas and more, are available for larger donation amounts.

And for the best part, donors within the first five days of the campaign, November 1 until November 5 at 12 pm will be entered into a contest for a sleepover at the AGO with five friends, which includes early and exclusive access to the Infinity Mirror Room.

So there it is, if you have ever wanted to spend the night at the AGO, this is your chance.

Those interested in making a donation can visit the AGO’S Infinity Mirrors crowdfunding campaign here.

With files from Ainsley Smith.

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