Agnes Etherington Art Centre

Festival envisions Indigenous resurgence

Attendees at the Ka’tarohkwi Indigenous Arts Festival will see artwork free of restrictions.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...

Art Hive invites students to discover their inner artist

An art and relaxation program can be ideal for stressed-out students.Continue...

The Agnes offers a Roman holiday

Located in the Bader Gallery room, the Agnes Etherington Art Centre’s newest addition is called Rome, Capital of Painting.Continue...

Printmaking at the Agnes relives horrors of First World War

Artistic interpretations of the war to end all wars aren’t hard to find.Continue...

‘Storying Resilience’ in the Agnes

This year, the Agnes has formally opened its doors to Indigenous youth interested in understanding their culture through art.Continue...

Agnes Art Gallery introduces three new exhibits

Now in its 60 year, the Agnes opened with its season launch on September 14. This semester, the gallery features both contemporary art, which will be shown until December 3, along with other...Continue...

Agnes obtains early views of Kingston

In February, the Agnes Etherington Art Centre announced the acquisition of six drawings by Charles Frederick Gibson to join their eclectic campus gallery.Continue...

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