“Encounter as Author in Early Modern Images from the Atlantic World” presented by Dr Cécile Fromont
The art historian, former museum director, and retired Senator, Honourable Pat Bovey, will discuss the contemporary legacy of the 1941 “Kingston Conference” in a lecture titled, “TORCHES FOR CANADIAN CULTURAL POLICY: VISUAL VOICES FROM THE KINGSTON CONFERENCE TO NEW LEGISLATION”
Nov 10, 2023
The new yearly art conservation Newsletter is out.
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.
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
Aug 11, 2023
Congratulations to Fine Art students Breanna Gordon (BFA '20) and Valerie Letts (BFA '24) on their incredible accomplishments this year!
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."
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.
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!
May 15, 2023
Supported by the valuable contributions of Queen's Ph.D. candidate, Adekunle Adeniji, the Denver Art Museum has recently reopened its African art installations.
May 03, 2023
Currently on through May 20 at Union Gallery: check out Creating Desire Lines: Pathways to a Counter Education, the exhibition curated by the students of ARTH 420/868: Art and Activism.
Apr 24, 2023
Congratulations to Queen's Master of Art Conservation alumna Sally Gunhee Kim (M.A.C. '19), who is the recipient of not one, but two awards from the American Institute for Conservation!