Outdoor Indigenous Gathering Space

142 Union St 

Campus Map

Image of the new space from the exit near Room E202 of Mackintosh-Corry Hall

Space Location South East Tindall Field
Capacity 30

The Indigenous Outdoor Gathering Space is a newly designed communal teaching space on campus, located on the South end of Tindall Field. This space was designed as a multipurpose outdoor space that can be used to hold Indigenous ceremonies and events, as well as academic courses with a focus on Indigenous content and culture. The outdoor structure features a roof with open sides and circle seating with the capacity to hold up to 30 people and is wheelchair accessible.

Requests to use the space should be submitted by email to the Office of Indigenous Initiatives (indigenous.initiatives@queensu.ca) who will review the request and create the schedule for this outdoor gathering space. In your email requesting this space, please include the type of booking and a brief description of the course or event.

Priority for the space will be given to the Indigenous community on campus, including Indigenous courses and events.

Please be very respectful and mindful of this space, leave it clean, and pick up any litter on the floor or benches after the gathering is over.

Indigenous Outdoor Space Booking Policy (PDF, 141KB)

Seating Type Fixed
Writing Surface for Students None
Windows This is an open air space -  there are 4 openings into the space
Power/Electrical Outlets 3
Number of Exits This is an open air space -  there are 4 openings into the space

Wheelchair Access to Room Yes
Automatic Door Operator No
Accessible for Students Yes
Accessible for Instructor Yes
Accessible Seating No
Accessible Areas Throughout Room Yes
Accessible Podium No
Adjustable Podium Height No

For more information visit Queen's Accessibility Hub.