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7–10 December and 13–16 December 2016
during gallery hours

The Atrium is transformed into a study space to help students prepare for their finals

19 January 2017
Members' Preview: 5–6:30 pm, Public Reception: 6:30–8 pm

Five new exhibitions will be celebrated

Thursday 26 January 2017
7 pm

In conjunction with exhibitions The Unvarnished Truth: Exploring the Material History of Paintings and Key Works Unlocked: Peel and Suzor-Coté.

Sundays 12 February, 12 March and 9 April 2017
2–3:30 pm

Musical performance and gallery tour
Runs on the second Sunday each month from September through April.

 

 

Sundays 12 February, 12 March and 9 April 2017
2–4 pm
 Young children can make simple art projects with qualified educators while parents view our exhibitions
Tuesday 28 February 2017
2:50 pm

In conjunction with exhibitions The Unvarnished Truth: Exploring the Material History of Paintings and Key Works Unlocked: Peel and Suzor-Coté.

Saturday 4 March 2017

This day-long suite of activities includes an art-making workshop for families, performance art in the galleries, and an open forum.

Tuesday 21 March 2017
2:50 pm

In conjunction with exhibitions The Unvarnished Truth: Exploring the Material History of Paintings and Key Works Unlocked: Peel and Suzor-Coté.

30 November–4 December 2016

Wide array of pre-loved books and Agnes catalogues will also be on sale.

Sundays 25 September–13 November
2–4 pm

Young children can make simple print-making projects with qualified educators while parents view our exhibitions.

31 October–4 November 2016

Agnes is participating in this wellness program by hosting two tours, a yoga session and print making in the André Biéler Studio

Friday 21 October 2016
8:30 am–5 pm

A conference organized by the Queen’s African Studies Network

Tuesday 11 October 2016
2–3:30 pm

Guided tour and film screening

Sunday 2 October 2016
2 pm

A talk by Carol Payne, co-curator of the exhibition The Other NFB

Sunday 11 September 2016
2–3:30 pm

Musical performance and gallery tour

Thursday 18 August 2016
6–9 pm

Visit your favourite museums and art galleries in the evening

Saturday 18 June 2016
10 am–4 pm

Extended hours and Studio projects

Sunday 5 June 2016
2–5 pm

An afternoon with artists, scholars and curators on the topic of Kingston art scenes

 

Sunday 29 May 2016
1:30–4:30 pm

A celebration of African culture

Saturday 26 March 2016
2–3 pm

Guest curator Kevin Rodgers and Michelle McGeean discuss particular artists’ books

Wednesday 16 March 2016
12:30–2:30 pm
Indigenous Methodologies in Research, Film and Curating featuring  Karyn Recollet, Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers, Eve Tuck and Jordan Wilson
Saturday 27 February 2016
2–3 pm

Guest curator Kevin Rodgers and special guests discuss particular artists’ books

Saturday 23 January 2016
2–3 pm

Guest curator Kevin Rodgers and special guests discuss particular artists’ books

Wednesday 25 November 2015
2:30-4 pm

An introduction and guided tour of Artists in Amsterdam followed by delicious tea in Etherington House

 

 

Thursday 12 November 2015
7-8:30 pm

Patron Saint (2014, 71 minutes)

Thursday 22 October 2015
7-8 pm

The Advent of Amsterdam: Painting, Rivalry, and Prosperity in the Dutch Golden Age

 

Saturday 26 September 2015
2-3 pm

Sound Performance by Ulrich Panzer

Thursday 24 September 2015
5-7 pm

Join us in celebrating our new and continuing exhibitions

Wednesday 16 September
10 am–4:30 pm

Bader Curator/Researcher of European Art Jacquelyn N. Coutré will host our Twitter account @aeartcentre from 10 am–4:30 pm

Thursday 6 August 2015
5–8 pm

Visit your favourite museums and art galleries in the evening!

Thursdays, 21 May–6 August 2015
12:15–1 pm

Weekly Summer Tours Focus on New Views of Female Identity

Monday 18 May 2015
1–5 pm

To celebrate International Museum Day, Agnes is offering free admission.

Tuesday 12 May 2015
2–4 pm

An introduction and guided tour of The Artist Herself: Self-Portraits by Canadian Historical Women Artists followed by delicious tea in Etherington House.

Friday 8 May 2015
5:30–7:30 pm

The fabulous spring/summer Season Launch celebrates three new exhibitions in conjunction with the CWAHI conference on The Artist Herself.

Friday 24 April 2015

This conference theme, “Image, Fantasy & Healing” opens a dialogue across disciplines to plumb brain function and human emotions.

Friday 20 March 2015
2:30–5:30 pm

Drop in to the Agnes: Graphic Tees Workshop & 3-D Printing Demo

30–31 January 2015

Context and Meaning XIV: Ideology(ies) is a two-day conference to showcase the research of graduate students in the Visual Arts and related fields.

Sunday 25 January 2015
2–3 pm

Don Maynard and Rebecca Soudant will present a short presentation on their current work, followed by talks in the exhibition, I hope humanity

 

Thursday 15 January 2015
5–7 pm

Celebrate these great new exhibitions: Charles Stankievech: Monument as Ruin; Artists in Amsterdam and The Park and the Forest.

Wednesday 19 November 2014
2:30–4 pm

Tour Geoffrey James: Inside Kingston Penitentiary followed by tea in Etherington House

Thursday 6 November 2014
7 pm

Free screening. Directed by Edward Burtynsky and Jennifer Baichwal, 2013, 90 minutes

 

17–19 October 2014

The Agnes offers free admission to alumni for the three days of Homecoming weekend. On Saturday and Sunday, we offer a guided tour starting at 11 am.

Saturday 27 September 2014
11 am–5 pm

Free admission for all and special activities related to I hope humanity…

Thursday 18 September 2014
5–7 pm

Join us in celebrating our new and continuing exhibitions.

Saturday 13 September 2014
3:30–5 pm

Celebrate the completion of Problems That Arise from Continually Confusing Left & Right in the Atrium and meet artist Derek Sullivan.

 

Wednesday 10 September 2014
4:30–5:30 pm

Join us in welcoming two new curators to the Agnes. All are welcome to this free event. Light refreshments will be provided.

Friday 5 September 2014
9 am–4:30 pm

We’re celebrating new and returning Queen’s students! Join us at the Sidewalk Sale then come to our Open House to learn more about the Agnes.