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Little did we know how much surveillance technology, architecture and the history of warfare had in common until Charles Stankievech and David Murakami Wood came together.
University of Toronto architecture graduate Charles Stankievech’s exhibition entitled “Monuments as Ruin” has captivated audiences since its opening at Agnes Etherington Art Centre (AEAC) on Jan. 10.
Studio 22 Open Gallery always displays and encourages innovative and unusual artwork in their space on King Street East.
Teresa Mrozicka’s oil-painting exhibition Blue invited viewers to interpret earthly subject matter portrayed through vibrant colours and pointillism styles.
With a particular focus on nature, fairy tales and the secrecy of the human mind, artist Rebecca Cowan’s series Nymphs - New Works in Mixed Media is the epitome of thought-provoking art.
Fine art and fine dining unite to create an unforgettable exhibition in downtown Kingston.
The Union Gallery staged a protest at the AMS Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Tuesday to raise awareness about the loss of their student fee.
Abstract expressionism has always strived to represent individualism, freedom and an authentic self.
A true artist is always deeply involved in facilitating and fostering a dialogue with society.
As I opened the door to the Kingston Glass Studio & Gallery I was immediately hit with a wall of heat ― a stark and welcoming contrast to the sleet and snow currently overpowering Kingston.
Walking into the OIL & ACID exhibit at the Union Gallery, the viewer is struck by the powerful and energetic themes behind the artistic creations.
Walking into the All is Well exhibit, the viewer will be struck by its emptiness.
Refraining from walking on a sculpture, for most people, seems common sense.
Enlightened in its morbid reality and drenched in satire, Tammy Salzl's tell-tales examines unique issues of morality and humanity in a series of paintings and collages.
Art has a healing power.
Lynne Marsh’s performance and video pieces concentrate on time and location — and the subtleties of everyday life.
To the untrained eye, may look like a kindergarten classroom with its bright colours and imaginary creatures.
The living room doubles as a stage, art gallery and soon-to-be yoga studio.
A new exhibit on campus puts truth behind the saying “beauty is in the eye of the beholder.”
Can we trust our own memory?
While I was walking down the road to see an exhibit, little did I know when I finally made it to the right gallery, I had stepped into seventeenth-century Western Europe.
A look at how glass blowing works.
Queen's Grad brings artwork to Kingston.
As a part of Aboriginal Awareness Week, two Aboriginal artists will speak at Union Gallery.
A review of In the Grain at Union Gallery.
Queen's students heads to Toronto for art show.
Artist Colette Urban comes to Kingston.
BFA students to present motion at Board of Trustees tonight
Missing artwork found this morning.
The guitar from an outdoor exhibit was stolen.
Presence of puppetry in popular culture can be traced back thousands of years.
Japanese-style animation draws loyal student fan base.
Being seen naked isn’t everyone’s biggest fear. For Bonita Summers, her career as a nude model means contributing to someone’s artistic development.
Over the summer, Union Gallery will showcase the work of seven new artists.