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Eleanor Bond, Later, Some Industrial Refugees Form Communal Settlements in A Logged Valley in B.C., 1987, oil on canvas
Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Saturday 27 September 2014
11 am–5 pm

We offer free admission for all of Culture Days—26, 27, 28 September—with special activities on Saturday. Visit I hope humanity… , our new exhibition of contemporary art with an environmental theme. Take part in our eco-themed activities: design and print a T-shirt with Kingston artist Barb Danielewski, make your own button or use our Twitter station to express your hope for the environment. Chat with docents in the exhibitions and enjoy light refreshments in the Atrium.

Sign-up is required for the printmaking project, due to limited space. Call 613.533.2190 and register for 12–2 or 2–4 pm. Suitable for adults, youth and children ages 6+, with adult accompaniment. T-shirts are provided.

An artist who works in screenprinting, graphic design and mixed media, Danielewski has taught in Kingston schools and community settings.

Programs for I hope humanity… are supported by The Community Foundation for Kingston and Area. For information on more programs, please see Learn.