Arts

Take another look at Canadian film

Although you might solely associate Canadian film with the perpetuation of the Canadian stereotype — lumberjack-looking men moping in the woods – there’s so much more to the national industry that’s often overlooked.Continue...

Queen's professor wins award for Inuit Art History project

Throughout his career, Queen’s Art History professor Norman Vorano has been working to shed light on the histories of some of the inaccessible parts of Northern communities.Continue...

Let’s hear it for audiobooks

In the unpredictable world of the publication markets, only one product steadily continues to rise in popularity.Continue...

25 years later, The Almighty Voice and His Wife is more relevant than ever

Twenty-five years after it first appeared on stage in Kingston, Daniel David Moses’ The Almighty Voice and His Wife is back with a new cast, new perspective and the same director.

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Mixed up in Pot-Pourri

Tucked away in the offices of Queen’s Department of Cultural Studies is the experimental art space and lounge called “Pot-Pourri: A Collegiate Exhibition” in Mac-Correy B176.Continue...

Lee Maracle and others head to Kingston Writers’ Festival

This fall, Lee Maracle will be taking her latest book, My Conversations with Canadians , to the Kingston WritersFest, which runs from September 27 to October 1.Continue...

This Time Tomorrow's slow win

Toronto-based Colombian-Canadian filmmaker Lisa Rodriguez gives a glimpse into a middle-class Bogotà family leading an uneventful life until tragedy strikes, unsettling their relationships and routines in her film This Time Tomorrow.

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Return of the Limestone City Tattoo and Arts Festival

Last weekend, I stepped into the hall of the Four Points by Sheraton to be met with the hum of countless tattoo guns at the Limestone City Tattoo and Arts Festival.Continue...

The Revolutions breaks ground in the world of theatre

When I entered the Studio Theatre at the Isabel Bader Centre on Thursday, it was like walking into someone else’s home.Continue...

Agnes Art Gallery introduces three new exhibits

Now in its 60 year, the Agnes opened with its season launch on September 14. This semester, the gallery features both contemporary art, which will be shown until December 3, along with other...Continue...

Georgia Straits rings in school year with QPOP! presentation

When I entered Studio Theatre at the Isabel Bader Centre on Thursday, it was like walking into someone else’s home.Continue...

Short reads for breaks between readings

Every reader in university knows the disappointment of putting off pleasure reading because of their schedule.Continue...

A friendly interview between sworn enemies

Against all odds, Golden Words and The Journal still talk.Continue...

The Undergraduate Review's shaky start to the school year

The Undergraduate Review (UR) is the oldest arts publication on campus and is currently preparing for the release of its 30th volume.

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Arts in Kingston should be accessible to all

Considering it’s 2017 and self driving cars are already a thing, it’s hard to believe how inaccessible things in the world continue to be for people who have a disability like deafness or blindness.Continue...

Out of the dorm, into the spotlight

If you’ve ever been to a house party at Queen’s, there’s a high possibility you’ve heard of Tigress. The four-piece band that’s a regular performer at campus events just took their next step— opening for Canadian indie pop rock group James Blonde at The Mansion this Saturday.Continue...

Hidden gem Erez Zobary releases new EPs

As Erez Zobary readies to release her two debut EPs, her dream of becoming a musician is finally becoming a reality.Continue...

Queen’s grad takes home provincial art award

When Jessica Peterson was first told she had won the BMO 1st Art Competition for Ontario for her artwork Overindulgence, her immediate reaction was panic. “Oh my god,” she remembered, “I left [the painting] in a barn!”Continue...

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