Downtown Art Galleries Open Doors for Art After Dark Event

Published on: 2011/09/27 - in Releases

For the seventh time since its inception in fall of 2008, downtown art galleries are preparing to open their doors for Art After Dark on Thursday  September 29, 2011.

This bi-annual event has been extremely well received by art enthusiasts in Kingston as they flock to each gallery, rain or shine.

— Click here for the May 2013 event —

This fall’s Art After Dark will begin at dusk (7pm) on Thursday and continue through to 10pm. Each gallery will offer light refreshments, great conversation and compelling works of art.

There are 13 galleries participating in the event and new to the event this year is the Kingston Frontenac Public Library (Central Branch) and the Kingston School of Dance – both a reminder to celebrate art in all of its forms.

The Kingston Public Library, as well as exhibiting some examples of visual art, is also fully stocked with various forms of written art that include literature, poetry, drama, and more.

The Kingston School of Dance is where art comes alive – movement of the human body in dance to create dramatic art.

Information about participating galleries can be found here (pdf), and those participants include:

Black Dog Pottery 58 Queen St.
Cornerstone 255 Ontario St.
Dwell 207 Wellington St.
Earth To Spirit 340 King St. East
Frameworks Gallery 198 Princess St.
Gallery Raymond 334 Princess St.
Jacqueline Jamieson Gallery 342 Princess St.
Kingston Frontenac Public Library 130 Johnson St. (Central Branch)
Kingston Glass Studio & Gallery 56 Queen St.
Kingston School of Dance 110 Princess St.
Studio 22 Open Gallery 320 King St. East
Sydenham Street Studios 178 Sydenham St.
ZEALmetal 190 Sydenham St.

A map of the galleries (pdf) is also available.


Release source: Downtown Kingston | Photo by Nimbu on Flickr