Kenojuak Ashevak, Birds and Foliage, 1970, stonecut on paper, printed by Lukta Qiatsuk, on view in Face of the Sky. Gift of Mary Robertson, 1985 (28-123).
We are looking forward to welcoming you back to the galleries to see and experience great art. We’ve extended the exhibitions allowing for a full month to enjoy The Pathos of Mandy Walter Scott; Inuuqatikka: My Dear Relations; B-Side Agnes Etherington: Paul Litherland; From Tudor to Hanover: British Portraits, 1590–1800; Quest for Colour: Five Centuries of Innovation in Printmaking and The Art of African Ivory. Sandra Brewster: Blur will remain installed through September 2021.
“We are confident that AGNES can provide safe space for connecting with and enjoying art,” says Alicia Boutilier, Interim Director and Chief Curator. “Staff have been working diligently to ensure that everything runs smoothly and we have a few changes in place for your comfort and safety.”
Agnes’s welcoming façade
Installation view of B-Side Agnes Etherington: Paul Litherland.
The health and safety of staff and visitors is a priority, and our cleaning protocols have been updated due to COVID-19. Currently, up to 36 visitors are allowed in the Agnes at any one time. We appreciate your patience, and ask that you please observe and note the following:
We encourage you to keep an eye on our website and social media for changes to visiting hours and policies that may be introduced as we proceed with re-opening. We’re excited to welcome you back!