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Digital Agnes is a platform for critical curatorial collaboration and creative research initiatives, embracing virtual exhibitions, digital publications and interactive online experiences. This resource for knowledge sharing and interpretation aims to expand avenues of participation—locally and globally— around visual and media art and artists, and to advance digital visual cultures.

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Explore the past, present and future
Explore the past, present and future, looks at Jane R. Drummond’s View of Kingston’s City Hall, 1912. Download an accompanying lesson plan under School Programs for Grades 1–8.
2:38
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Stories and symmetry
Stories and symmetry, looks at Doris Waddell’s Family Album Quilt, 1987–1990. Download an accompanying lesson plan under School Programs for Grades 1–8.
1:28:53
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Elmer Kolfin presents “Out of the shadow and into the light: Black figures in the art of Rembrandt’s time”
Isabel and Alfred Bader Lecture in European Art
1:03:48
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Shannon Bool in Conversation
A conversation between artist Shannon Bool and Anne-Marie St-Jean Aubre, Curator of Contemporary Art, Musée d’art de Joliette.
57:52
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Exploring Rembrandt’s Circle
A behind-the-scenes look at the research and development of “Rembrandt’s Circle,” an online interactive.
1:01:45
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What is…Dark Matter? with Mark Richardson and Renée Hložek
Mark Richardson and Renée Hložek present a dark matter 101, discuss creativity in scientific research and how this links to the exhibition Drift: Art and Dark Matter.
1:56:53
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Indigenous Ways in Art and Wellness
with JP Longboat and Elaine Kicknosway
1:56:35
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Thinking Creatively in Art and Wellness
with Max Montalvo, Eve Blouin-Hudon and Allison Morehead
1:56:31
Video
Art and Wellness in Museums
with Stephen Legari and Melissa Smith
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