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Where from here? Annual Juried Exhibition
Main Gallery | August - October 2021

With works by: Elham Fatapour, Catherine Gutsche, Posy Legge, Elyse Longair, Tara Lynn MacDougall, María Moreno, Andrew Rabyniuk

Photo by Chris Miner. Detail of Where from here? Exhibition

What is Modern Fuel

Modern Fuel is a long-running cultural non-profit group in Katarokwi/Kingston facilitating the presentation, interpretation, and production of contemporary visual, time-based and interdisciplinary arts. 

We are committed to meeting the professional development needs of emerging and mid-career local, national, and international artists, from diverse cultural communities, through exhibitions, discussions, and mentorship opportunities, as well as the development and promotion of Kingston’s artistic community.

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Upcoming Events

  • Peer Crits
    Peer Crits
    Kingston
    Sep. 28, 7:00 p.m.
    Kingston, 370 King St W, Kingston, ON K7L 2X4, Canada
    Our Peer Crits offer 5 artists the opportunity to show one piece of art and receive feedback from peers and fellow artists.
  • On Screen Outdoors
    On Screen Outdoors
    City Park
    Oct. 02, 7:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.
    City Park, Kingston, ON K7L, Canada
    On Screen Outdoors is a free outdoor screening and live music event presented by Modern Fuel, KPP, and KCFF.
  • Focus on Finances pt. 1: Making money as an artist with Greg Ivens and Liam Mills
    Focus on Finances pt. 1: Making money as an artist with Greg Ivens and Liam Mills
    Zoom
    Oct. 19, 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. EDT
    Zoom
    Hosted by Modern Fuel Artist-Run Centre. Professional artists and Modern Fuel board members, Greg Ivens and Liam Mills, offer insights, best practices and various avenues for monetizing your art outside of the realm of exhibitions.
  • About Social Media and Marketing with Julie Fossitt
    About Social Media and Marketing with Julie Fossitt
    Zoom
    Sep. 21, 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. EDT
    Zoom
    Hosted by the Agnes Etherington Art Centre. Does your digital footprint encourage connection and access across geography, language, gender, and culture? Can you separate yourself from art in a digital age? How can you connect your art with consumers and audiences online and beyond?
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Support from the community has been essential for Modern Fuel's continued operations since 1977. Financial contributions are especially appreciated and go a long way toward keeping our public programs affordable for everyone.

Learn more about how you can support Modern Fuel by becoming a member!

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