Agnes Etherington Art Centre

Messages from Beirut

Walking into the All is Well exhibit, the viewer will be struck by its emptiness.Continue...

Etiquette under discussion

Refraining from walking on a sculpture, for most people, seems common sense.Continue...

In spaces of spectacle

Lynne Marsh’s performance and video pieces concentrate on time and location — and the subtleties of everyday life.Continue...

Empowerment in figures

A new exhibit on campus puts truth behind the saying “beauty is in the eye of the beholder.”Continue...

A study in static time

There aren’t many people who would be interested in an art exhibit that demands knowing every nuance of the art world.Continue...

A quiet crisis

Urbanization has shaped the course of human interaction, plaguing society with a sense of emptiness and lack of interpersonal contact.Continue...

Artful paranoia

The installations in the Knot Knock: Decoy Signs and Occult Operatives exhibit are simple yet the space they occupy is anything but empty. It’s charged with an enigmatic atmosphere.Continue...

The gift of artistic diversity

As someone without much Canadian art background, A Canadian Collection: The Soloway Gift was a welcome introduction.Continue...

A haunting shock of colour

Unlike the artist’s surname, his exhibit Critical Mass is anything but gloomy.Continue...

Collecting visions of primal art

It’s sexuality in its primitive form.Continue...

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