Union Gallery

What's new at the union gallery?

virtually, yours—UG Raffle Fundraiser

All proceeds directly support student exhibitions at Union Gallery.
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Join the Cézanne's Closet Committee!

Are you interested in joining the 2021 Cézanne’s Closet Committee? Want to know more about the event or have any questions?
Contact Sinead O'Hara and Will Boyle, Co-Chairs, at cezannescloset2021@outlook.com

Cézanne's Closet is Union Gallery’s largest annual fundraising event! Sitting on the Cézanne's Closet Committee is an excellent way to network in the arts and learn more about event planning and gallery operations. Volunteers on this committee assist with marketing&promotions, event logistics, ticket sales, artwork collection, installation, and day-of event coordination.

This is a remote opportunity with the option to participate in in-person opportunities (installation and day-of event coordination) at the event in February.

Growing ; pains

November 24—December 18, 2020

Lucy Chandler, Untitled (detail), 2020

Featuring works by: Lucy Chandler, Hannah Gommerman, James Sweet

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November 24—December 18, 2020

Featuring films by: Jung-Ah Kim, Lexie Braden, Ming Xing + Siyang Hu,
龍少爺 Dragon Lords, Lauren Thomas + Francesca Lim, Albert Yuou Liu, Austin Benson, Kushan Samarawickrema, James P. Hoban,
Posy Legge + Kitz Willman, and The Westkitz Watershed.

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Beyond Words: BIPOC Art Series

Session 2: November 21, 1-3pm

This program is free, virtual, and BIPOC exclusive. Art supply kits are provided free of charge; available for pickup at the gallery or can be shipped free of charge to Queen’s students outside of Katarokwi/Kingston.

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gutter philosophy free school

Session 2: December 3, 6-8pm

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Making Art Work:

Professional Development Series

Union Gallery is teaming up with Agnes Etherington Art Centre and Modern Fuel Artist-Run Centre to present the 2020-2021 Professional Development Series! This first three workshops, presented virtually in the Fall season, include: Writing an Artist Statement, Curatorial Practices and Methodologies, and Preparing for Public Art Calls.

Click here for more information and visit the Agnes Etherington Art Centre website to register.

Virtual Studio Visits

The Union Gallery is now offering virtual Studio Visits with Carina Magazzeni, UG Director.

Virtual Studio Visits will take place on Mondays between 11am and 4:45pm.

Click here for more details about this opportunity for members and Queen’s University students.