Graduate Visual Culture Association annual Book Sale

The Graduate Visual Culture Association's annual Book Sale is happening March 31-April 3, 2022! In the Atrium of the Agnes, stop by to peruse the titles & support a student-run organization.

Dr. Aaron N. Shugar to give Bader Lecture in Art Conservation

Dr. Shugar, Andrew W. Mellon Professorship in Art Conservation at Buffalo State College, will present Advances in Analytical Imaging for use in the Study of Art and Cultural Heritage.

Department Student Council Major's Night

Major's Night is all about helping first-year students choose a major. On February 10, 4-7pm via Zoom/Brazen, the DSC will answer questions from students about their experience in Art History, and discuss various paths they may take.

GVCA Professional & Academic Development Series

The Graduate Visual Culture Association is offering a series of Professional & Academic Events, starting with Dr. Sara Angel's talk on Arts Journalism, February 8, 2022 at 5:30pm.

What Is... Art Conservation? with Emy Kim

Emy Kim, Assistant Professor, Artifacts Conservation, leads a Zoom talk on art conservation, presented by the Agnes Etherington Art Centre.

Context & Meaning Conference 2022

On the theme of "Art and the Anthropocene", the Graduate Visual Culture Association's annual Context & Meaning conference is set for January 28-29, 2022.

Context and Meaning keynote lecture: Dr. Alison Matthews David

Dr. Alison David gives the keynote lecture, “The Fabric of Crime: Investigating the Forensic Histories of Dress and Accessories”

Context & Meaning, Art & Crime: Graduate Conference in Visual Culture

The theme for the 2021 Context & Meaning conference is "Art & Crime"

Graduate Student Conference: Context and Meaning 2021

17 graduate students from across Canada and the United States will be presenting their papers that address this year's Context & Meaning theme: "Pay Attention."

Dr. Allison Morehead, “Caring & Curing: Edvard Munch in the Clinic, 1908-09”

Dr. Morehead’s talk on January 21 examines Edvard Munch in the Clinic, 1908-09. Edvard Munch recorded his stay at a private nerve clinic in Copenhagen (1908–09) in numerous photographs, representing himself laid out for a bath, but also dressed and "at work."

Webinar: Careers in Arts and Culture

Join us for a webinar on Wednesday, December 9 from 1:30- 2:30pm to learn more about the Art History Master’s Program at Queen’s University. Following brief presentations by professors and alumni, we will answer any questions you have about the program, application process...

David Rokeby: Art and Artificial Intelligence

In his art and publications, Rokeby has explored the social, political, and psychological challenges posed by emerging technologies, and conversely, how these can be used to expand the dialogue about what it means to be human in our contemporary world.