Arts

‘Storying Resilience’ in the Agnes

This year, the Agnes has formally opened its doors to Indigenous youth interested in understanding their culture through art.Continue...

Froid’Art warms up the winter

Kingston’s coldest public art installation is back for its fourth consecutive year.Continue...

A staycation reading list

For some people, reading week truly lives up to its name.Continue...

Live, from Kingston, it’s Tuesday Night

On Tuesday night at The Mansion, Queen’s students Esther Oziel and Quinn Bernholtz hosted a fundraising event, “Tuesday Night Live,” for Queen’s Hillel On One Foot to raise funds for the club’s student programming next year.Continue...

Fashionable for a cause

On Feb. 9 and 10, Grant Hall’s familiar stage was transformed into a runway for this year’s Project Red charity fashion show, Henosis , in support of the Heart and Stroke Foundation.Continue...

Cézanne's Closet raises money for Union Gallery

Union Gallery supporters gathered in Ban Righ Hall on Saturday night to make bids on a silent auction of student and community-created artwork.Continue...

The Dan Studio Series closes out the year

From Feb. 8-10, the Dan Studio Series closed out its 2017-18 season with Zeal, a set of four one act plays shown at the Isabel Bader Centre.Continue...

Reelout calls a wrap on festival's 19th year

Our reviews of Gays of Our Lives: Shorts Program and The Fabulous Life of Allan Carr

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To MFA, or not to MFA

A Masters of Fine Arts is worth it — if you can afford it.Continue...

Victoria Kim paints the anxieties of introversion

For Victoria Kim, painting her feelings has typically been easier than explaining them.Continue...

Guy Simser’s poetic homecoming

After a globetrotting career with stints in the military, journalism and diplomacy, it was time for Guy Simser to come home.Continue...

Queer Film Festival serves up “Reelness”

Directed by Erin Heidenreich, Girl Unbound: The War To Be Her is a tender yet matter-of-fact documentary exploring the intersections of gender, religion and war through the perspective of a Pakistani athlete.Continue...

Queer film festival serves up “Reelness”

From Feb. 1 to 10, Kingston will see a diverse collection of the finest short films and documentaries exploring the LGBTQ+ community.Continue...

Raising the Barre for Cystic Fibrosis

An audience gathered in the KCVI auditorium on Friday to enjoy a night of dance, music and the donation of $3,200 to Cystic Fibrosis Canada hosted by Queen’s Dancerama.Continue...

Focus Film Festival a “jukebox” of short films

The Focus Film Festival is simple: 13 student teams are given 72 hours to write, produce and edit a short film based on a theme revealed at the beginning of a three-day period.Continue...

Charlie Kaufman adapts Queen’s alumnus’ novel for Netflix production

Academy Award-winning screenwriter Charlie Kaufman will adapt Queen’s alumnus and local author Iain Reid’s first novel, I’m Thinking of Ending Things , for Netflix.Continue...

Film Screening Boneyard challenges horror genre cliches

On Sunday night, Kingston filmmakers Brent Nurse and Steven Spencer revealed their latest film Boneyard at The Screening Room.Continue...

Queen’s varsity improv kicks off semester at the Mansion

The Queen’s Varsity Improv team presented their first performance of the semester, titled TrailerProv Boys , this past Tuesday night at The Mansion.Continue...

The Tale of a Town goes cross-country

The Tale of a Town delves into the lost culture of main streets across the country.Continue...

Reelout Queer Film Festival returns for 19th year

From Feb. 1 to 10, the Reelout Queer Film Festival wants you to see the world through a different lens.Continue...

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