Tracing Kingston’s Solidarities

May 07, 2024

Join a series of workshops set up by the Agnes.

Queen’s Celebrates Bader 100

May 03, 2024

This week, Queen’s University celebrated the centenary of the birth of the late Dr. Alfred Bader.

Performing Devotion: The Ritual Uses of Sculpture from the Italian Renaissance to Today

Feb 14, 2024

Graduate students from ARTH 841 digital exhibition project has now been published.

Liu Shiming: Spirit of Daily Life

Jan 28, 2024

Visit the new exhibition and closing reception at the Art and Media Lab at the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Artsi

Venice Summer School 2024 Applications open

Jan 18, 2024

ARTH 380 is held in even years during the month of May. ARTH 380 is part of the Continuing & Distance Studies (Spring/Summer) Calendar and can be used as a full course credit toward any degree in the Faculty of Arts and Science. Applications Open for the 2024 Biennale.

Art Conservation Newsletter

Nov 10, 2023

The new yearly art conservation Newsletter is out.

Context and Meaning: Call for Papers

Oct 23, 2023

The Graduate Visual Culture Association (GVCA) at Queen’s University is seeking submissions for a graduate research conference emphasizing time and the intersections of the past with the present.

Prof. Allison Morehead travels to London, begins appointment as open access journal Editor-in-Chief

Aug 14, 2023

Art History Professor Allison Morehead traveled to London, UK, in June 2024 to meet with a team from the Munch Museum, Oslo, and architects from Nissen Richards, who have been commissioned to design Professor Morehead's exhibition, Edvard Munch and the Medicalization of Modern Li

Congratulations to two award-winning Fine Art students!

Aug 11, 2023

Congratulations to Fine Art students Breanna Gordon (BFA '20) and Valerie Letts (BFA '24) on their incredible accomplishments this year!

An interview with Dr. Aaron Shugar, new Bader Chair in Art Conservation

Jul 26, 2023

"For incoming students, my advice is to be as curious as possible.  Ask questions about things, because that's how you learn the best. If you accept an answer outright, a treatment might proceed perfectly fine, but think about how much more you can learn."

Summer in Belgium: M.A. student Annelies Verellen dives deep into The Age of Rubens

Jul 12, 2023

M.A. student Annelies Verellen has just returned from Belgium, where she spent an illuminating 10 days in the Flemish Art Collection's summer course, Study of the Arts in Flanders - The Age of Rubens.

Exciting achievements out of our Art Conservation alumni

Jun 14, 2023

Congratulations to Queen's Art Conservation alumni who attended the Canadian Association for Cultural Property's 28th Annual Conference in Victoria, B.C., and to Emma Griffiths (M.A.C. '22), winner of the 2023 CAPC Emerging Conservator Grant!