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Creation Station (Free Family Care)

Creation Station is a free, drop-in studio program designed to give children ages 2 and up an exploratory art making experience while their parents or caregivers enjoy quiet time to view exhibitions and attend Agnes events. Here, educators ignite curiosity through painting, drawing, clay and mixed media activities.

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INSIDE AGNES Music and Art Series

Meet us in the historic Etherington House for this popular monthly gathering of music performance, art and tea. The Agnes Society volunteers shape this free program featuring local musicians and Agnes staff, creating a welcoming environment for all.

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Arts and Black Canada

Join us for two star-studded panel discussions in collaboration with the Department of Gender Studies, featuring esteemed artists, scholars and writers. These events centre the importance of Black Canadian art and illuminate how engaging with this work, from any (racial) location, opens important conversations about reframing and undoing misrepresentations. ART AND BLACK CANADA 1 Thursday […]

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INSIDE AGNES Music and Art Series

Meet us in the historic Etherington House for this popular monthly gathering of music performance, art and tea. The Agnes Society volunteers shape this free program featuring local musicians and Agnes staff, creating a welcoming environment for all.

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Homecoming at the Agnes Etherington Art Center

We welcome Queen’s alumni and all visitors with extended hours, 10 am–5 pm, on Saturday and Sunday. Docents will be available for guided tours of all exhibitions. Join us on Sunday 21 October from 1:30–3:30 pm for our exciting series, The Studio. Register online for this program and make an afternoon of it.

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The Tranquility of the Mind

Dr Steven Stowell, Associate Professor of Art History at Concordia University, will present a lecture on the artist’s development in the context of the Italian Renaissance. His exploration of the intellectual and creative aspects of the artist’s training, based on treatises and writings, will expand upon the themes featured in Artists at Work: Picturing Practice in […]

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Creation Station (Free Family Care)

Creation Station is a free, drop-in studio program designed to give children ages 2 and up an exploratory art making experience while their parents or caregivers enjoy quiet time to view exhibitions and attend Agnes events. Here, educators ignite curiosity through painting, drawing, clay and mixed media activities.

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INSIDE AGNES Music and Art Series

Meet us in the historic Etherington House for this popular monthly gathering of music performance, art and tea. The Agnes Society volunteers shape this free program featuring local musicians and Agnes staff, creating a welcoming environment for all.

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Lunchtime Artists Talk

Tau Lewis will discuss the sculptural work in her exhibition in the context of her artistic practice centred on Black identity, adaptation and survival, diasporic bodies and the environment and self-preservation and healing.

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Creation Station (Free Family Care)

Creation Station is a free, drop-in studio program designed to give children ages 2 and up an exploratory art making experience while their parents or caregivers enjoy quiet time to view exhibitions and attend Agnes events. Here, educators ignite curiosity through painting, drawing, clay and mixed media activities.

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Fall Season Launch

Celebrate the Season Launch of new exhibitions with us on Thursday 20 September! The Members’ Preview starts at 5 pm, with in-gallery introductions to the shows. The Public Reception and remarks commence at 6 pm, running through to 7:30 pm. The galleries will remain open to 9 pm. Creation Station free family care in the Studio runs […]

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Open Workshop with Tau Lewis

Join Tau Lewis for a figurative sculpture workshop that begins with a search for discarded materials. Lewis will introduce her practice, drawing connections between her material choices and the thematic concerns of her work. Her work is on view in Tau Lewis: when last you found me here between 25 August–2 December 2018. All are welcome. Register […]

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Creation Station (Free Family Care)

Creation Station is a free, drop-in studio program designed to give children ages 2 and up an exploratory art making experience while their parents or caregivers enjoy quiet time to view exhibitions and attend Agnes events. Here, educators ignite curiosity through painting, drawing, clay and mixed media activities.

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