Union Gallery

The Union Gallery is centrally located in the Stauffer Library foyer at Queen’s University on the corner of Union Street and University Avenue. It is a non-profit organization committed to increasing awareness and appreciation of contemporary visual arts through its program of exhibitions, off-site projects and experiential learning opportunities. We have two fabulous exhibition spaces and everyone is encouraged to attend gallery events and programs. CHECK US OUT!

EXHIBITIONS: February 9 through March 19, 2016

Curators' Talk & Reception: February 24, 2016, 5-7pm

MAIN GALLERY | Sonny Assu | curated by Ellyn Walker

Re-mixed: Reconfiguring the Imaginary

Sonny Assu, They’re Coming! Quick! I have a better hiding place for you. Dorvan V, you’ll love it. from the Interventions on the Imaginary series, 2015

Digital intervention on an A.Y. Jackson painting (Kispayaks Village, 1927)


Mary Tremonte, Kristiana Clemens, Niqolai Gryphon, Sallux, Carina Magazzeni, Barb Danielewski, Felicia Yong, Ellyn Walker, and Yaniya Lee


By Kevin Rodgers || From January 17, 2016

My Solid Ground is comprised of a modest selection of publications from the archives of the Union Gallery. The display and title address not only the contested physical ground on which we stand, but our shifting horizons of understanding. When what once appeared certain collapses, how do we make sense of identity, history and place? In this groundless ground, where do we find stability and that which is solid to stand?

Located just outside the gallery - stop by any time of the day






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