Art and Wellness at Agnes

Move Together

Creative Movement

11 October and 8 November, 10:30–11:30 am

We invite those living with Parkinson’s, their caregivers and loved ones to join us for this free movement class. Located in Agnes’s galleries, these classes are creative, thoughtful and inspire individuals to move in a way that makes them feel good. There is an opportunity for improvisation and collaboration at each session. This program is facilitated by Amy Booth, a registered Physiotherapist and dance educator.

Sign up for one or all of the sessions.

Creative Movement in the Bader Gallery with Amy Booth.

In the Studio

Art Hive @Agnes

Thursdays 15 September–17 November, 4–6 pm

Artmaking is innately therapeutic and can improve well-being. We invite adults 16+ to join us and explore the creative process through experimentation and play.

Art Hive is free; materials are provided and no prior art experience is necessary. If you are looking for guidance, Harper Johnston, an art therapist/facilitator offers weekly projects and visits to our current exhibitions. Sign up.

This program is made possible through the generous support of the Birks Family Foundation.

Art Hive @Agnes with Harper Johnston

Community Partner

We! Workshops

Online, 23 September, 2–3 pm and 28 September, 12–1 pm

Join us online for a relaxed community art gathering to share stories and moments that make the Queen’s community diverse and unique. The workshops provide an opportunity to participate in the creation of the We! mural which will be installed on the south wall of the Athletics and Recreation Centre.

The workshops are virtual and hosted by the artist, Anna Jane McIntyreRead more about the artist and program. Sign up for one of both workshops!

The mural project is a partnership between the student-led Queen’s University Advocacy Coalition, the Office of the Principal and Vice-Chancellor, and STEPS Public Art.

Anna Jane McIntyre, We! (detail), Image courtesy of the artist

Queen’s University
36 University Avenue
Kingston, Ontario
Canada K7L 3N6
T (613) 533.2190
F (613) 533.6765
Agnes Etherington Art Centre is situated on traditional Anishinaabe and Haudenosaunee Territory.


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