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Queen's University
 

Art History and Art Conservation

The Graduate Visual Culture Association

The Graduate Visual Culture Association (GVCA) was founded in 2003 to enhance the quality of graduate student life for people working on their Master's and Doctoral degrees in the Art History Department at Queen's University. Its other primary purpose is to organize the annual Art History and Art Conservation graduate student conference. Currently, the student conference is organized by Kristen Christopherson, Marla Dobson, Amanda Thackway and Emma Wood. 

The GVCA is located in the graduate room, second floor of Ontario Hall, on the Queen's University campus.

Please contact us at gvca@queensu.ca if you would like more information or if you would like to get involved.

Annual Grad Student Conference - Context and Meaning XIV: Ideology(ies)

ContextandMeaningXIV_logo.jpg Every year the Graduate Visual Culture Association (GVCA) organizes a two-day conference to showcase the research of grad students in the Visual Arts and related fields. The conference draws students from universities in Ontario and Quebec, as well as the north-eastern United States.

Please view the Context and Meaning XIV: Ideology(ies) Call for Papers here.

 


 

View last years Context and Meaning XIII: CONTACT event poster here

View last years Context and Meaning XIII: CONTACT event schedule here.

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