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: June 7 through August 11, 2016

Reception: June 3, 2016, 5-7pm

MAIN GALLERY | Erratic Turns

Robert Hengeveld

Robert Hengeveld, Erratic Turns, mixed media installation, 2016

PROJECT ROOM | The Order of Things

Judy Ruzylo

Judy Ruzylo, still from The Order of Things, multi-media documentary installation, 2013



Curated by Ellyn Walker || From April 29-May 31st

What are the different ways that one can represent the self? Likewise, what are the distinct ways in which place can be signified? These questions of self-representation and place-making, particularly, in relation to each other, point to unique modes of engagement that hold cultural specificity. This two-part installation proposes diverse representational practices as a way to evidence both the need and importance of engaging with multiple perspectives and voices at once - a curatorial strategy that allows for spaces of contestation and, thus, critical diversity.

Ellyn Walker is a writer and curator based between Toronto and Kingston. Her work is informed by critical art history, Indigenous-Settler studies and anti-racist methodologies, and focuses on the politics of cross-cultural work within representative and collaborative arts practices. She is currently a PhD student in the Cultural Studies program at Queen’s University, where she also works as the Research & Programming Assistant at Union Gallery.

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