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Gordon Shadrach
Hear Gordon Shadrach speak about his paintings of Black men in historical dress in History Is Rarely Black or White.
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Damian Jöel
Hear Damian Jöel speak about the Songs of the Gullah film and garments in History Is Rarely Black or White.
1:49
Video
Karin Jones
Hear Karin Jones speak about her site-specific installation, Freed in History Is Rarely Black or White
14:40
Video
Reflecting on Lii Zoot Tayr (Other Worlds)
For grades 9–12
3:49
Video
BLACK BALANCE, by Britta B.
Commissioned by Agnes Etherington Art Centre, 2021
9:56
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AGNES Talks: With Opened Mouths
Qanita Lilla, Associate Curator, Arts of Africa introduces the exhibition With Opened Mouths.
2:43
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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.
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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
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