Art Exhibition

Silent stories from inside Kingston Penitentiary

“Never snitch on nobody period, sometimes blood and money is the only mix, when against fire use water if fire does not work.”Continue...

Agnes’ ‘Drift: Art and Dark Matter’ explores the unseen matter of our universe

Although the exploration of dark matter is commonly regarded as a scientific pursuit, a new exhibition at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre explores the relationship between astroparticle physics and art.Continue...

Union Gallery highlights student art with two new exhibitions

In an emerging digital environment, artistic productions across the globe have moved onto our computer screens and iPhones. Despite digital restrictions, however, Union Gallery managed to keep the spontaneous energy of film and the art of sculpture alive in its two virtual exhibitions, Lens/Visions and Growing ; pains .Continue...

Immersive exhibit brings Van Gogh to life in Toronto

With Toronto in phase three of reopening, the Immersive Van Gogh exhibit offers a breathtaking new approach to the painter’s famous works.Continue...

Skeleton Park Arts Fest adapts to COVID-19 with ‘Next Door’ exhibit

Rather than let the pandemic overwhelm them, the artists of Skeleton Park let COVID-19 inform their work in this year’s “Next Door” exhibit.Continue...

The Agnes goes digital

In response to quarantine measures, the Agnes Etherington Art Centre expanded its online content, enabling the public to safely enjoy the art from home.

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Kingston prepares for apocalypse

Between nukes, climate change and super bugs, I’d take the TEOTWAYKI — a small cabin that doubles as artist Mike Macron’s latest post-apocalyptic artexhibit – for protection.Continue...