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Conference Venue:

Undisciplined 2018 will be held at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre at Queen’s University on March 23rd and 24th. Undisciplined 2018 is free to attend and open to the public.

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Location:Queen's Campus

Agnes Etherington Art Centre @ Queen’s University
36 University Avenue
Kingston, Ontario,
Canada

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Traveling to Kingston:

Queen’s is located in the city of Kingston, halfway between Montreal and Toronto.

Traveling by car:
  • From Montréal
    • West on Autoroute 720, then west on Autoroute 20, then west on Ontario’s Highway 401
    • About 290 km, or about 3 hours
  • From Ottawa
    • South on Highway 416, and west on Highway 401
    • About 200 km, or about 2 hours
  • From Toronto
    • East on Highway 401
    • About 260 km, or about 2.75 hours
  • From Syracuse
    • North on I-81 to the border of Canada
    • West on Thousand Islands Bridge to Highway 401
    • West on Highway 401
    • About 215 km, or about 2.5 hours

Exit: Follow Highway 401 to Kingston and exit south on Sir John A. Macdonald Blvd. (exit 615).Follow this street south to Union Street, which is at the eighth set of traffic lights.
Turn left onto Union and continue for approximately 10 blocks to the Queen’s campus.

Traveling by Train:

  • Train service is to the Kingston VIA Rail Station. (Check on Tuesdays for discounted pricing.)
  • City Buses run regularly to the Downtown/Queen’s campus from both the train station. All routes and schedules can be accessed through Google Maps’ public transport option.
  • There are a number of taxi companies, such as Amey’s Taxi (613-546-1111) and Modern Taxi (613-546-2222). The Queen’s campus is about a $15 taxi ride.

Traveling by Bus:

  • Bus service (Coach Canada or Megabus) arrives at the John Counter Blvd. Bus Terminal
  • City Buses run regularly to the Downtown/Queen’s campus from both the train station. All routes and schedules can be accessed through Google Maps’ public transport option.
  • There are a number of taxi companies, such as Amey’s Taxi (613-546-1111) and Modern Taxi (613-546-2222). The Queen’s campus is about a $15 taxi ride.

Traveling by Air:

  • If flying to Montreal, the train (Viarail) can be accessed from the airport.
  • If flying to Toronto, take the train (Viarail) or bus (Coach Canada or Megabus) to Kingston by accessing the UP Express, TTC or a taxi from the airport.
  • Kingston’s airport,  Norman Rogers Airport, flies via Toronto. Check this option out as an alternative. The pricing can sometimes be comparable to buying a train ticket to the city.

Staying in Kingston:

Tripadvisor provides a list of available hotels and bed and breakfasts in Kingston. There are also a number of Airbnbs in the area.
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