Agnes Etherington Art Centre

Societal dialogue

A true artist is always deeply involved in facilitating and fostering a dialogue with society.Continue...

Surrealist figures

Art can start a revolution. So can artists.Continue...

Foundations reconstructed

Art for art’s sake is still art, though not the most popular kind.Continue...

Bodily ornamentation

The Agnes' newest exhibit explores human desire to adorn the body.Continue...

Decolonizing the Agnes Art Centre: in conversation with Emelie Chhangur

In October, Emelie Chhangur became the new director and curator of the Agnes after 17 years as curator at the Art Gallery of York (AGYU). In an interview with The Journal , she discussed how she’s committed to fostering diversity and inclusivity at Queen’s, reimagining the Art Centre’s approach to curation.Continue...

Agnes reopens with safety measures

Agnes staff weren’t thrilled when they had to close their doors in March due to the pandemic, but on July 7, the art museum reopened with precautions.Continue...

Agnes revitalization will include dedicated areas for Indigenous communities

­ Twenty years after its last expansion, the Agnes will be renovated into one of the largest University Art Museums in Canada.Continue...

January in the Agnes

This month, the Agnes is welcoming eight new exhibits.Continue...

Jan Allen reflects on her career at the Agnes gallery

After 27 years working at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Jan Allen, creative director of the on-campus gallery, is retiring.Continue...

The Agnes mixes art and meditation in new event

This Sunday, the Agnes invites gallery-goers to challenge their ability to view art in a new way.Continue...

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