Faculty of Education

Faculty of Education
Faculty of Education

The Studio Gallery presents

A Revolution of Values

Works created by students enrolled in the Grade 11 American History Class at Leahurst College, Kingston, Ontario


As the United States waged a devastating war in Vietnam in the 1960s and 1970s, public unrest at home worked to undermine the war effort. Through protests, strikes, and the forceful use of free expression in speech, print, and music, these protesters gave voice to what Martin Luther King called “a revolution of values”. The grade 11 American History class at Leahurst College, under the guidance of teachers Michael Pitblado and Agnieszka Chalas, have produced an exhibit that examines the anti-war movement from multiple perspectives. The show invites visitors to explore the myriad voices that rang out against the war, collectively demonstrating the power of protest in an age of war and injustice. 

In the Studio (B144) January 8-19

Reception Monday, January 8, 6-8 pm. Opening Remarks at 6:15 pm.

Open daily 12-1:30 pm and by appointment. Please contact mpitblado@leahurstcollege.ca

If you are interested in helping out by being a gallery attendant, please contact Angela Solar solara@queensu.ca for more information.

The Studio is located near the west end of Student Street. Turn right just before the Jean Royce Hall entrance. The Gallery is on the right.