Union Gallery

Union Gallery opens new student exhibit

On display at the Union Gallery until Jan. 18, Surface is the latest student exhibition to grace Stauffer’s art space, featuring works of mixed media, paintings and photographs.Continue...

Union Gallery’s new exhibitions open for fall

Since September 9, the Union Gallery has featured two new exhibits presenting a unique look into the way people’s backgrounds shape their worldviews.Continue...

A garden of new perceptions sprouts in Stauffer

As I walked into Union Gallery’s new exhibit, entitled Groundwork, I was instantly transported into the wild as sounds of nature filled my ears.Continue...

A striking exhibition

What effect do your surroundings have on your life? Maybe this isn`t a question you ask yourself commonly, but one that Union Gallery’s new exhibit Striking the line will have you considering.Continue...

A thought-provoking bookshelf

We all know you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, but can you judge its author?Continue...

Review: Reveal exhibit showcases artists’ identities

When artists reveal what they think about themselves, interesting art comes out of it.Continue...

Reclaimed objects meets minimalism

On Friday, Montreal-based artists Emily Jan and Anne Billy made themselves at home in Union Gallery with a seventeenth century Dutch banquet table deluged with food and ornaments and walls covered in warm and homey textiles.Continue...

The making of a gallery

Take a moment and try to calculate the number of hours you’ve spent in Stauffer during your time at Queen’s. Likely you’re in the triple digits.Continue...

Something doesn’t fit

Emily Zielke, BFA ’14, presents a view of the unsettled psyche in her exhibit, Wednesday of the Week.Continue...

Both rough and calming

Visual Bloom: Cumulative Fragmentation brings together the work of artists Brian Hoad and James Puffer to present an expansive view of Canada through a collection of photographic collages.Continue...

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