Arts Archive: 2014

’Staches rock at the Brooklyn

At Queen’s, Movember season means valiant attempts at sprouting facial hair and several students ready to pinch their pockets to donate to a good cause.Continue...

Dramatic reality

Lights out. Rolls and crashes of thunder ensue.Continue...

Listen Up Kid breaks through

“Radio friendly but noisy,” are the first words that come to mind when describing the sound of Kingston-native five piece band Listen Up Kid.Continue...

Art with no boundaries

Visual art is perhaps one of the most powerful mediums of abstract communication. Queen’s fine art student Katherine Boxall hopes for her newest visual-art project Bite Your Tongue to speak to audiences on changing the way society looks at female beauty and expression.Continue...

Phantomwise: the story behind the story

With the enchanting set of all white drapery and girls twirling around 18th-century ball gowns, it was easy to for the audience to get lost in the magical world of Alice in 5th Company Lane’s production of Phantomwise. Continue...

Incunabula makes impression

From the rich gold leaf décor of the byzantine era to the bright colour and detail of the gothic era, analyzing text is an effective way for us to learn about the society that was prominent during any given time in history.Continue...

Dear Rouge finish off Canadian tour

Optimism and hard work takes you far in life, and fast — just ask Dear Rouge.Continue...

Women’s Worth Week hosts empowering show

In an intimate upstairs space lit up by tinkering and twinkling white Christmas lights, impassioned discussions and artistic reflections on the pain of gender abuse were held.Continue...

Sacred Aboriginal tradition

The Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre offers emotional and cultural support for Indigenous students through hand drumming circles.Continue...

Art with a mission

Combining a passion for fine art, psychology and mental health awareness, Queen’s fine art student Cindy Kwong knows exactly what she wants to do with her degree.Continue...

Improvisational media

Decomposing Pianos performed their ethereal experimental musical set “Regression” in an ambient venue at Modern Fuel.Continue...

Creative CoGro perfomances

As I walked up the stairs towards CoGro on Tuesday evening, the rhythm of my footsteps were replaced with the sweet sounds of creative expression.Continue...

Film dives into a world of water controversy

Out of all the forces in the world, water is the most coveted and awe-inspiring of them all.Continue...

Suns of Stone makes debut

Putting their own distinctive twist on traditional 70s rock, four-piece Ottawa based band Suns of Stone is just beginning to make a name for themselves in the Canadian music scene.Continue...

Union Gallery takes a stand

The Union Gallery has launched an awareness campaign and created validation reports to regain their student fee.Continue...

Eccentric art exhibition

Abstract structural elements paired with a bizarre colour scheme make Three Snap Snare a thought-provoking exhibit.Continue...

Rembrandt and Judaism

On Tuesday night, Queen’s took a step back into the mid-1600s world of iconic Dutch Baroque master Rembrandt Van Rijn.Continue...

Art in Denmark

“Honour to women” were the words Sabine Wieber opened with in her talk focusing on art nouveau textiles in Skaerbaek, Denmark.Continue...

Juggling festival proves to be an unconventional event

Kingston’s first Limestone City Juggling Festival since 2000 proved to be an unusual event that drew in spirited audiences and performers alike.Continue...

Those Gulls perfect and perform their newest album

Ottawa-based band Those Gulls will once again bring their punk-rock sound to Kingston, this time to perform new music from their album Forevermore .Continue...

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