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 September 9, 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 Posy Legge || From June 1st-August 11th, 2016

One of the oldest arguments for the importance of art in communities is its ability to foster empathy in viewers. The ability of art to help us feel and understand the experiences of others continues to motivate artists to create objects, spaces, and happenings that allow us to connect with one another's positions and perspectives. In increasingly diverse and growing urban communities, promoting empathy becomes even more significant, as we at times become distracted by apparent differences, further distancing ourselves from people we do not know or with whom we do not identify.

Posy Legge is an artist and student, pursuing her Master’s in Art History at Queen’s University. Her research interests include 18th century material culture, Contemporary Indigenous art, and Museum studies.

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






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