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Queen’s Vagabond suspends production of Othello

Co-artistic directors apologize after backlash over casting decisionContinue...

The artists behind the lyrics

Barber and rapper, Steven Wu, ConEd ’18, otherwise known as WEN, brings enthusiasm and powerful lyricism to the Queen’s hip-hop scene, touching on personal and social issues. In the future, WEN...Continue...

QNSA showcases lineup of artists from Queen’s and beyond

On Tuesday night, The Mansion became well-versed in lyricism and poetry as slammers and hip-hop artists performed emotional and politically-charged pieces at Queen’s Native Student Association’s (QNSA) Inspiring a Generation poetry and hip-hop night.Continue...

The real on Busty and the Bass

It was around this time last year, when I first set eyes on the McGill-bred band, Busty and the Bass. I’d never listened to them before and didn’t know what to expect but one year later, I was back for more.Continue...

New student exhibit offers creative opportunity for grads

A new gallery has come to campus, made by students, for students.Continue...

Royal Canoe puts on an otherworldly show at The Mansion

Royal Canoe has been pushing the boundaries of sound since 2010. With their array of synthesizers and guitar pedals married with electronically-warped vocals, the Winnipeg band’s live performance at The Mansion felt like being transported into the future.Continue...

Clark brings the funk

Toronto-based jazz group After Funk and five-piece collective ART the Band brought the funk to Clark Hall on Saturday, delivering two wildly-energetic and groovy performances.Continue...

Spinning in Kingston

It’s Friday night, the week is over and you’re ready to dance your sorrows away.Continue...

Van Gogh’s madness and mastery in Amsterdam

An afternoon wandering through the Van Gogh Museum was an intimate experience as I came to know the misunderstood genius behind the iconic name — Vincent Van Gogh.Continue...

Kwest installation unveiled for Homecoming

Last Thursday, Queen’s kicked off Homecoming with the unveiling of a magnificent, 38-foot-tall installation that marries art and engineering in the Beamish-Munro foyer.Continue...

Walk off the Earth wraps up Homecoming Festivities

Every October, Queen’s campus sees an influx of alumni joining students in the annual Homecoming celebrations. On Saturday evening, the buildings on Union St. lit up for the highly-anticipated ReUnion Street Festival — one of the weekend’s newer traditions.Continue...

Laruan a force in Queen’s art world

Ramolen Laruan, BFA ’18, came to Toronto in grade five. While the sciences were her strong suit, her preferred area of study was always the arts.Continue...

Creative Expressions: art as a tool to teach

For the next month, Queen’s campus is home to Creative Expressions, an exhibition that collapses the walls of the classroom into the world of visual art.Continue...

Golden treasures illuminate The Belvedere

Standing amidst masterpieces can make you feel minuscule, especially when those works of art call a palace home.Continue...

Remembering Annie Pootoogook

On Sept. 19, Annie Pootoogook was found dead in the Rideau River, near Ottawa. But while her death is still under investigation, her influence on the world of Inuk art is unmistakeable.Continue...

An artistic icon meets an artistic ignoramus

I admit I’m no art connoisseur. A week ago if you had said “Rembrandt” to me, I’d probably reply, “Remember what?”Continue...

An interview with Hollerado

Hollerado’s offbeat, catchy indie rock set the house on fire during QPOP!’s Saturday headlining show — literally.Continue...

Review: Schumann visits Kingston

When I was seven, I slept through my first symphony orchestra performance.Continue...

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