MacBrown (MacGillivray-Brown Hall)
History of MacGillivray-Brown Hall:
Queen’s acquired MacGillivray-Brown Hall in 1997. It has provided additional office space for various campus units since then, including the Agnes Etherington Art Centre, which was re-located there from 1998-2000 to make room for the $7.2 million renovations of its permanent facility.
MacBrown aims to embody a community and performance atmosphere. In partnership with Athletics & Recreation, the gym and stage are used regularly for intramurals and club/external bookings. The building is also home to the AMS Food Centre, the AMS Bike Shop, and the Student Maintenance And Resource Team (SMART) community upkeep service. It also houses offices and shared spaces for dozens of AMS clubs.