Agnes


Agnes
36 University Avenue (at Bader Lane), Queen's University, Kingston ON K7L 3N6
hours: Tues-Fri 10-4:30, Thur 10-9, Sat & Sun 1-5. Holiday Mondays 1-5pm (May-Sep).
admission: FREE. Donations are welcome. Underground parking at University Avenue and Stuart Street; enter off Stuart Street. Free aboveground parking on Queen's campus on weekends and after 5pm weekdays.
T: 613 533 2190
[email protected]
http://agnes.queensu.ca

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TAG: Canadian, Canadian Museums Association, Clay and Glass, Contemporary, Drawings, Film & Video, Frontenac County, Galeries Ontario Galleries (GOG), Historical, Inuit Art, Kingston, Mixed Media, Modern, Ontario Museum Association (OMA), Paintings, Photography, Printmaking, Public, Sculpture & Installation, University-affiliated

EXHIBITIONS

27 Nov 2021 -- 20 Mar 2022:

History is Rarely Black and White. Karin Jones, Gordon Shadrach, Damien Jöel. Curated by Jason Cyrus.


27 Nov 2021 -- 30 Jan 2022:

Spirit Banter: Ezi Odozor. Curated by Emelie Chhangur.


7 Aug 2021 -- 30 Jan 2022:

Lii Zoot Tayr (Other Worlds). Amy Malbeuf, Suzanne Morrissette, Tannis Nielsen, Tiffany Shaw-Collinge, Jessie Ray Sh ... more


7 Aug 2021 -- 30 Jan 2022:

With Opened Mouths. Curated by Dr. Qanita Lilla.


4 Sep 2021 -- 26 Jun 2022:

Studies in Solitude: The Art of Depicting Seclusion. Curated by Dr. Suzanne van de Meerendonk.


11 Sep 2021 -- 16 Jan 2022:

Pandemical Loneliness. Curated by Baraa Abuzayed, Will Boyle, Drayden DeCosta, Darby Huk, Zakary Jiwa, Elijah Nadler and Bingyu Sheng with Coordinating Curator Sunny Kerr, through Screen Cultures and Curatorial Studies 830. The selectio ... more


7 Sep 2019 -- 24 Dec 2021 | Fall season launch Thur 19 Sep, 5-6pm (members' preview); 6-7:30pm (public reception):

Sandra Brewster: Blur. Sandra Brewster's installation Blur features members of the Kingston community. The exuberant scale and format contribute to the work's strong assertion of Black people's enduring prese ... more