pot-pourri: a collegiate exhibition

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A curatorial project founded and curated by the Q4F collective at Queen’s University, Kingston, ON

‘Pot-pourri’ is a French word, repurposed in English to mean ‘a mixture of things.’ It also eloquently depicts the vast expanse of work created by cultural producers, artists, curators and community practitioners in the Cultural Studies program at Queen’s University. This project demonstrates the pride, ability, and complicated thought processes of the wonderful minds that inhabit this program and space on a daily basis.

Past Exhibitions: 

Sydney Hart, Post at Turning, 22 March – 22 April 2017

Perspectives by Danielle Gugler, 9 February – 1 March 2017

Lorinda Peterson, Brain Drawing, 5 January – 3 February 2017

WORKSHOP 2.0, Group Exhibition in collaboration with Modern Fuel, 10 December – 4 January 2017

#LIGHT by Julia Chan, 2 November – 3 December 2016

the colour of food, a photo exhibition by Craig Berggold, 28 September – 28 October 2016

The exhibition space is located in Mac-Corry Hall B175. The space is open from 8:00am – 4:30pm and is free.

Follow us on Facebook @potpourriacollegiateexhibition.

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Press:

Queen’s Gazette, 14 December 2016: http://www.queensu.ca/gazette/stories/space-creativity

Queen’s Journal, 27 October 2016: http://www.queensjournal.ca/story/2016-10-27/arts/new-student-exhibit-offers-creative-opportunity-for-grads/

Q4F collective (Stéfy McKnight and Michelle Smith)

Contact:

Pot-pourri: a collegiate exhibition

Cultural Studies Student Gallery/Lounge, Mac-Corry Hall, B176

Queen’s University, Kingston Ontario

e: stefy.mcknight (@) queensu.ca

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