April 2006






literary arts



visual arts

& tours

& calls


Union Gallery

In the Main Gallery the Union Gallery presents 24/7 an exhibition by 1st year Fine Arts students on view from April 7-28, 2006.

24/7 is a group exhibition by twenty-four 1st year Fine Art students that includes work produced over the course of seven months.

In the Project Room, the Union Gallery presents an presentation of documentation from the Out of Site: art negotiating neglected spaces project by 4th year BFA students Lisa Visser, Talie Shalmon and Samantha Mogelonsky, starting March 25th, 2006.

Out of Site is an off-site series of contemporary and temporary art projects presented in out of the way, overlooked and/or transitory spaces around Queen's University campus starting March 25th through April 17th, 2006. Three artists from the Fine Arts program at Queen's will install temporary artworks which animate and respond to the sites. The interior space of the project room will operate as a hub where documentation about the three off site locations will be located. Please contact the gallery for details.

A reception for both exhibitions will be held on Saturday, March 25, 6-8pm. in the gallery, which is located on the 1st floor of the Stauffer Library (corner of Union and University). A map and tour of the Out of Site projects will be avaialble at the reception.

Contact: hours of operation:
Jocelyn Purdie, Managing Director Tues - Friday 11-5
[email protected] Saturday 11-4:30
Lindsay Fisher, Program Assistant
Union Gallery, Queen's University
(613) 533-3171

Agnes Etherington

Art Centre

Some Artists Who Have Worked in Kingston
Historical Feature Gallery
to 2 April 2006

Historical Feature Gallery
16 April - 27 August 2006

Contemporary Feature and Samuel J. Zacks Galleries, and Etherington House
to 30 April 2006

When he was in high school in Texas, Eric Ryan Mims used a similar arrangement to detect underground nuclear tests in Nevada
The Davies Foundation Gallery
to 14 May 2006


Agnes Etherington Art Centre
University Avenue at Bader Lane
Queen's University, Kingston, ON, K7L 3N6
Telephone: 613.533.2190
Fax: 613.533.6765
[email protected]

Mid-20th Century Canadian Prints
Frances K. Smith Gallery
to 4 June 2006

Mid-20th Century Inuit Prints
African Gallery
to 9 July 2006

Masks of West Africa
R. Fraser Elliott Gallery
to 23 July 2006

European Paintings from the Permanent Collection
The Bader Gallery
to 26 January 2007

The Thousand Island Fine Arts Association

24th Annual Exhibition and Sale
July 7, 8 - 16 2006

Rockport Recreation Hall, Rockport, Ontario
1000 Island Parkway 3 km. east of the 1000 Island International Bridge.

Opening Night: July 7, 2006 (6 p.m.- 9 p.m.)
Dates: July 8, 2006-July 16th (10 a.m.-6 p.m.)
All paintings and drawings by TIFAA's 30 members are original, one of a kind. Drop-in art activities available for children and parents on Saturday mornings.
Free Admission &Parking; Wheelchair Accessible; Visa Accepted

Nancy Anderson
Publicity Chair for TIFAA
[email protected]


How much would you say this weighs?
Bachelor of Fine Art Graduation Exhibition 2006

The BFA class of 2006 presents the annual open studio exhibition at Ontario Hall (67 University Avenue) on the Queen’s University main campus, April 24th to 28th from 9 am to 5 pm daily. Please join us on Friday, April 28th from 6-8pm for the closing reception where visitors will have the opportunity to meet and speak with the emerging artists.
The work covers areas of art from drawing and painting, sculpture, and installation to printmaking, performance and video art. Be sure not to miss so much talent gathered under one roof!
Please contact [email protected] for more information.

April 24th- 28th, 2006
Daily exhibition hours: 9am-5pm
Closing reception: Friday, April 28th 6-8pm

Ontario Hall
67 University Avenue
Queen’s University
Kingston, ON


Quilters Guild Little Quilts Auction 2006

Sunday April 2nd from 1 to 4pm at the Seniors Association Centre on 56 Francis St. Kingston. The event is open to the public and the admission fee is $5.00 which includes the tea room.

Shirley White
Auction Coordinator,
email: [email protected]