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Marc-Aurèle de Foy Suzor-Coté, Wet Snow, Arthabaska, around 1919, oil on canvas. Gift of Mrs Ruth Soloway, 2012 (55-004.45) from the exhibition Key Works Unlocked: Peel and Suzor-Coté. Photo: Bernard Clark
Master of Art Conservation students
Master of Art Conservation students
Master of Art Conservation students
Thursday 26 January 2017
7 pm

Go way behind-the-scenes! In conjunction with exhibitions The Unvarnished Truth: Exploring the Material History of Paintings and Key Works Unlocked: Peel and Suzor-Coté, the Master in Art Conservation program at Queen’s—the only such program in Canada— offers these special tours of conservation labs. The 45-minute tours will feature the paintings-and-objects lab, highlighting projects such as the Kenneth Holmden painting recently discovered in Kingston and ancient Egyptian coffin lid fragments, as well as the photography studio.

Space is limited; register to attend by calling (613) 533.2190. The tour will begin in the Atrium of the Agnes.