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We have 35+ art galleries, museums and historic sites for you to visit! Check them out here.

Upcoming Events

Nov 5
Art Hive @Agnes is online! Join us for this popular program using our virtual platform. Adults (18+) will be invited to explore the artistic process through experimentation and play.
Nov 12
Curator of Rembrandt and Company, Dr Stephanie Dickey, Professor and Bader Chair in Northern Baroque Art, Queen’s University, presents a special tour of the exhibition on view at Agnes Etherington Art Centre.
Nov 12
Art Hive @Agnes is online! Join us for this popular program using our virtual platform. Adults (18+) will be invited to explore the artistic process through experimentation and play.

Welcome to the Kingston Association of Museums, Art Galleries & Historic Sites!

We are a not-for-profit professional network and collaborative resource hub supporting the Kingston region's cultural heritage sector. 

The Kingston Association of Museums, Art Galleries and Historic Sites, otherwise known as KAM, first emerged 40 years ago as a community-initiated, professional support network to promote public awareness and increase engagement across Kingston’s cultural heritage sites through collective promotional and programming initiatives. KAM is also engaged in supporting its membership through the dissemination of information, sector best practices, and professional development opportunities.

Our members range from federally owned sites with professional staff, to sites which are member-owned and volunteer operated. Some operate seasonally; others are open year round.  Many have specialist collections that tell the stories and histories of our communities from local, regional and national perspectives. From its inception, KAM was driven by the ideal that by working collaboratively, despite differences in size, mandates and resources, cultural heritage sites and organizations could quite simply; do better together, improving practice and strengthening their connections within and across communities.

2020 marks our 40th anniversary and we have much to celebrate. As the professional network and resource hub within Kingston’s cultural heritage landscape, KAM is committed to facilitating a resilient, innovative and responsive cultural heritage sector within the Kingston and area community.

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