Gallery

Muck brings nostalgia to Modern Fuel

Visual artist Martina Muck brought her unique artistic vision and plenty of nostalgia from her native Germany to Kingston’s Modern Fuel Gallery with her installation “Memory.”Continue...

Kingston's Little France

Martello Alley is a dead-end off of Wellington Street that doubles as a scaled-down French village.Continue...

Agnes honoured with three awards from OAAG

Recently, the Agnes Etherington Art Centre was recognized by the Ontario Association of Art Galleries (OAAG) with three awards that celebrate the outstanding work of art galleries in the province.Continue...

Take Back the Night 2016 in photos

On Thursday evening in Confederation Park, the skies threatened to pour, but no amount of rain could silence the voices of a community gathered to “Take Back the Night” from a culture of sexual violence.Continue...

The making of a gallery

Take a moment and try to calculate the number of hours you’ve spent in Stauffer during your time at Queen’s. Likely you’re in the triple digits.Continue...

The complexities of girlhood in multimedia art

Caitie Annear, ArtSci ’18, is full of ideas for multimedia art — and each piece is an act of fiery social commentary and personal reflection.Continue...

Seven photos by seven artists

In a photograph, the world appears to have stopped. But in reality, people and objects on the other side of the lens continue to move.Continue...

Reading as an act of performance

The Agnes’ exhibition With You and Others features art in the form of books.Continue...

Feminist paintings critique current politics

Who would paint a nude portrait of Stephen Harper? Kingston artist Margaret Sutherland would.Continue...

Election inspires interactive artwork

In light of the upcoming election, Kingston’s Studio22’s exhibition expresses artists’ deep-rooted political beliefs, encouraging viewers to do the same.Continue...

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