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In Good Company: Air Canada at the Gardiner Museum's G Party

Our social columnist shines the spotlight on this Toronto arts fundraiser.

In Toronto, the Gardiner Museum’s G Party kicked off the winter season with its annual tree exhibition, curated by renowned artist and environmentalist David Buckland. The mix of tree installations, made from natural recycled and sustainable materials, included a tower of terracotta planting pots. In partnership with Nordstrom, the event raised over $100,000 for the Gardiner’s outreach and educational programs.

G Party, Gardiner Museum

A capacity crowd in the Gardiner Museum.

G Party, Jacqueline Kendall

Jacqueline Kendall, head of marketing and communications, St. Joseph Media.

G Party, Gardiner decor

The mood and decor was festive at the Gardiner.

G Party, Melanie Munk and Joy von Tiedemann

Melanie Munk and Joy von Tiedemann.

G Party, Karen Rice, Jonathan Ludwig and Anne-Marie Applin

Karen Rice, Jonathan Ludwig and event chair Anne-Marie Applin.

G Party, Food by The Food Dudes

Local Flavours served up by The Food Dudes.

G Party, Kelvin Browne (right), Karen and Steve Sheriff

Kelvin Browne (right), executive director and CEO of the Gardiner Museum, with Karen and Steve Sheriff.

G Party, James Booty and Brett Sherlock

James Booty, executive director, Fondation Emmanuelle Gattuso, and Brett Sherlock, senior vice-president and managing director of Christie’s Canada.

G Party, food display

The gorgeous food display.

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