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Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston

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  • Such a surprise to see some really excellent quality works in a small local museum. The Queens University campus is beautiful, so I highly recommend a visit. 
  • Unfortunately, the section where is the Rembrant was closed until january 6th, but we could visit some room from Agnes's house. 
  • You will always find unique and wonderful artwork here. Not the run of the mill stuffy Art centre but a wonderful comfortable feel. 
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  • I make of point of dropping in when I'm in town. The shows rotate fairly frequently. It seems like there's always something new to see. This is a good place to introduce children to art museums -- meaning that the collection isn't huge and doesn't take hours to see it, the admission charge is very reasonable (free for those18 years old and younger), and they often have family friendly events. They also offer classes for children, adults, families, and school groups. See their website for details. They just recently (Nov 2015) won an Exhibition of the Year award from the Ontario Association of Art Galleries (OAAG). The permanent collection contains Canadian historical art, Baroque Dutch art (incl. two previously unknown works by Rembrandt), and African art.
  • There is art here
  • The address provided is correct, however the location on the map is off substantially, The Art Centre is located on Queen's campus, up the street from Kingston General Hospital, at the corner of University Avenue and Bader Lane. The building is marked by several public sculptures and signage.