Imagine A Canada Celebration

Posted on 11/11/2018
Imagine a Canada Art Exhibition
Queen's Faculty is hosting an exhibition of 2017-2018 Ontario Imagine a Canada submissions in The Studio. The Imagine a Canada exhibition features the work of students from across Ontario; the students range from Grade 1- 12 and the work includes poems, paintings, photography, and more.  Through this exhibition, we hope to share ideas and inspire teaching Truth & Reconciliation in classrooms while sharing student visions of what Reconciliation can be. We are excited to be featuring the work of Helia Zamani-Mortazawi, who was selected to represent Ontario at the Imagine a Canada celebrations in Winnipeg, as well as work from two local schools, Frontenac Secondary School and Loughborough Public School, plus many more from across the province!

We hope you can come out and see the amazing work created by our students!!
When: November 26, 2018 – January 11, 2019
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday – 11:00 – 2:00pmThursday – 11: 00 – 1:00 (closed December 24 – January 1)
Or by appointment by contacting:
Where: The Studio, B144, Duncan McArthur Hall, 511 Union Street, Kingston  

If you've been asked to present on the evening of the 26th please return the following form sent home with your child:

Imagine a Canada Celebration

Congratulations! Your child has been selected to help us share our Imagine a Canada art piece at McArthur Hall on Monday, November 26th from 5:30-7:30. Because it is an evening celebration, we need to know that you are able to drive your child into Kingston and stay with them as they speak to the audience. Although we will practice at school, we will also need your help in having them prepare for speaking in front of an audience. Please return this RSVP by Friday, November 16th.  Please see the back of the page for more information about the exhibit.


5:30 – 6:00 – Opening and Smudge in the ATEP lounge (A244)

6:15 – 6:45 – Presentations and speeches in The Studio (B144), including Janza Giangrosso (Loughborough) and Christine Jamieson (Frontenac) who led projects at their schools.

6:45 – 7:20 – Refreshments and time to view and discuss the art

7:20 – 7:30 – Closing and Travelling Song

Congratulations again to Loughborough!!