House Party

In-Person at Agnes
10 July 2022
6–9 pm

Celebrate the last day of Brown Butter.

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Registration is free. We are unable to accommodate dietary restrictions.

Celebrate the last day of Brown Butter in Etherington House. Montreal’s DJs Scott C and Alexis Charpentier close the exhibition with a house party full of old-school flavour. Snacks by Kingston’s Munchy Guru.

Please note, that capacity is limited. Register for your free ticket to save a place. We may not be able to accommodate dietary restrictions.

Brown Butter is a conversation between Black Canadian artists presented as a six-week multi-disciplinary exhibition by Gastro Curator, Berlin Reed.  This project pairs chefs Rawan Ali, Marissa Leon-John and Bashir Munye with artists Jade Fair, Kama La Mackerel, Kosisochukwu Nnebe, Odeimin Runners Club, Rye, Gloria C. Swain and Syrus Marcus Ware.

Brown Butter is part of a year-long series of projects staged in Etherington House as part of “Rehoming Agnes.” These projects anticipate our closure and foreshadow our reopening, marking the transition of the house back to its original use as a residence. Brown Butter will smooth this transformation, grounding Agnes’s re-emergence as a living space in Agnes Reimagined.

Brown Butter is generously supported by the Canada Council of the Arts and the David Bain Memorial Fund, Queen’s University.

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