November 4, 2021 

Print Pulse 30: National Undergraduate Print Exhibition opens this month in the Main Space at Union Gallery, featuring artwork by fine art undergraduates from 13 universities across 5 provinces. The exceptional prints brought together in this juried exhibition—the second iteration of the national Print Pulse competition—reveal that the creativity of the print community continues to thrive in universities across Canada. The artists selected represent undergraduate fine arts programs from Nova Scotia to British Columbia. Their work explores a variety of media and techniques. Deep reflection—on life experience, natural wonders, the power of colour and form—animates these images and inspires viewers to take time for contemplation and delight. 

Artists: Nicole Banton, Olivia Bouaban, Richard Britain, Lucy Chandler, Claire Douglas, Hannah Dow-Kenney, Sunny Elsom, Tate Fox, Ice Fredericks, Rod Goertzen, Canaan Golshani, Ernesto Hidalgo, Kaitlyn Hwang, Yue Li, Kai Liu, Simon Mason, Danya Mayne, Keitha McClocklin, Mickey Morgan, Josee Palacio Huete, Melanie Pare, Kirsten Jane Poulsen, Kris Reppas, Victoria Russell, Tasia Selimos, Jessica Semenoff, Isabella Springett, Hrista Stefanova, Nadiya Svirsky, Arianna Tubman, Mackenzy Vida, Yuan Wen and Yilu Xing 

The exhibition opens November 9, 2021 through December 11, 2021, with a shared opening reception with Heather Leier, Coping and Care on November 9, 7:30pm. There will also be a closing reception on December 1, 6:30pm. For more details, please visit our website: uniongallery.queensu.ca

About Union Gallery 

Union Gallery (UG) is a teaching gallery—a public contemporary art space at Queen's University. UG is a space centred in community and conversation, driven by play, curiosity, curation and research-creation. We are located on the first floor of Stauffer Library on Queen's main campus, situated on the ancestral territory of the Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabek. All are welcome and admission is always free. 

Gallery Hours 

Tuesday, Thursday–Saturday, 11am–4:30pm | Wednesday, 11am–8pm