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New Agnes exhibit challenges politics of solitude

Studies in Solitude: The Art of Depicting Seclusion opened at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre on Sept. 4.Continue...

Kingston School of Art hosts outdoor painting event for eighth consecutive year

The Kingston School of Art (KSOA) hosted their 8th annual Paint the Town event in Portsmouth Village from Sept. 10-12Continue...

Agnes’ virtual Art Hive supports positive mental health

Returning for a series of ten free online sessions, the Agnes Etherington Art Centre’s Art Hive @Agnes workshop continues to inspire wellness and self-care practices through artmaking.Continue...

Student curators launch book exhibition

Highlighting the beauty within its archives, Union Gallery has debuted a unique exhibition by student curators Charlotte Beyries, ArtSci ’23, and Anna Douglas, ArtSci ’22.Continue...

Consensual Humans mural driving positive conversations about consent

Last summer, Queen’s Consensual Humans Club commissioned the creation of a new mural now visible on the front of Harrison-LeCaine Hall.Continue...

Skeleton Park Arts Fest hosts second 'Next Door' exhibition

Skeleton Park Arts Festival (SPAF) is an annual Kingston summer solstice tradition.Continue...

Kingston art thriving in Martello

Queen’s alumni David, ArtSci ’83, and Wendy Dossett, Con-Ed ’87, launched Kingston’s Martello Alley back in 2015.Continue...

Ryan Randall wins cinematography award for ‘Workhorse’

Ryan Randall is an accomplished film and media technician.Continue...

Agnes Etherington Art Centre welcomes a fourth Rembrandt

Through the patronage of Alfred Bader’s son, the Bader Collection continues to grow.

On Friday, May 3, the Agnes Etherington Art Centre revealed a new painting to the public, Head of...Continue...

First year BFA exhibition takes on third dimension

On Wednesday, fine art first years took their first steps into the professional art world.Continue...

Studio 22’s posthumous exhibition of a celebrated artist

Studio 22’s March exhibit gives a glimpse into the past, revealing a lively local art scene.

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Studio 22 showcases collection from West Coast artist

This March, Studio 22 is bringing the West to the Limestone City.Continue...

Indigenous artists challenge gallery visitors

An exhibit at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre features contemporary Indigenous artists weaving their voices and identities into the fabric of Queen’s.Continue...

Remembering Rembrandt’s contributions to art history 350 years later

2019 marks the 350th anniversary of Rembrandt’s death.Continue...

Agnes exhibit snapshots a multidimensional Canadian identity

The Agnes’ In the Present: The Zacks Gift of 1962 exhibit is a vibrant snapshot of 20th-century Canadian cultural change.Continue...

Outdoor ice art exhibit Froid’Art could melt masterpieces away

It’s the fifth year of David Dosset’s Froid’Art outdoor art exhibit—and it may be the last.Continue...

Artist pits nature against industrialism

For Dominika Dembinski, fine art and decaying architecture are a natural duo.Continue...

Julia Fast-Grass reimagines the past—with solo cups

Picture this: the Bible on a modern day university campus, heavily plagued by a binge-drinking culture. Julia Fast-Grass is creating that.Continue...

How Habiba Esaad gives art's nameless subject a face

Habiba Esaad wants to rewrite history.Continue...

Art in Travel: The Berlin Wall’s East Side Gallery is a vital, timeless message

The street art gallery on the East Side of the Berlin Wall is caught between being an Instagram hot spot and a haunting memory of a divided city.Continue...

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