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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.

1:56:53
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Indigenous Ways in Art and Wellness
with JP Longboat and Elaine Kicknosway
1:56:35
Video
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
1:56:09
Video
Art and Wellness in Communities
with Savneet Talwar and Janis Timm-Bottos
1:34
Video
AGNES Collects: Jan Victors’s Ruth and Naomi (1653)
See how Dutch artist, Jan Victors expands upon the artistic innovations of Rembrandt in this painting.
23:51
Video
AGNES Talks: See for Yourself Artist Talk with Carmen Papalia
Carmen Papalia uses organizing strategies and improvisation to address access to public space, the art institution, and visual culture.
2:01
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AGNES Talks: See for Yourself Tour with Carmen Papalia
Artist Carmen Papalia along with Agnes Docents guide visitors through the exhibition Leiden circa 1630: Rembrandt Emerges on a 20-minute "See for Yourself” non-visual tour.
1:30
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AGNES Collects: Rembrandt van Rijn’s Portrait of a Man with Arms Akimbo (1658)
Dr Jonathan Bikker discusses Rembrandt’s Portrait of a Man with Arms Akimbo (1658)
1:46
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AGNES Collects: Willem Drost’s Self-Portrait as Saint John the Evangelist (Around 1655)
Discover a work by one of Rembrandt’s most gifted pupils, Dutch artist, Willem Drost.
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