Arts Archive: 2015

Impressed with Theatre of the Unimpressed

It may have slipped your notice, but Canadian theatre is in dire straits.Continue...

Sculptures scattered on campus

There are many things about this campus that make me fall in love with it over and over again.Continue...

Blackbird puts spotlight on audience

Blackbird provides a powerful outlook on the human condition.Continue...

Rembrandt comes to Queen’s

On Dec. 1, Principal Daniel Woolf announced that the Agnes Etherington Art Centre has received another Rembrandt painting to add to the Bader Collection.Continue...

The new gallery on the block

Gallery owner David Dossett wants his new open-air gallery, Martello Alley, to be an experience his father would have loved.Continue...

Social issues on canvas

Aspiring arts conservationist Mackenzie Higgins, BFA ’17, uses realistic painting to speak out about social issues that are important to her.Continue...

“Little free libraries” pop up in Kingston

If you aren’t feeling up to a trip to your local library, the Little Free Libraries project may be just what you need.Continue...

A crafty affair

The Queen’s Campus Craft Fair has returned to campus for its second year to exhibit beautiful handmade crafts fashioned by Queen’s students and local Kingstonians.Continue...

Spirit of India comes to Kingston

With stunning moves and jaw-dropping feats, Bollywood Masala Orchestra and Dancers of India brought the rich dancing culture of India to downtown Kingston.Continue...

Sharing grandfather teachings through art

Honesty, humility, love, wisdom, bravery, respect, and truth — these are the seven grandfather teachings that guide the conscience of the First Nations people.Continue...

Fall show falls short

Cliché, awkward and stagnant would have been a more fitting title for Queen’s Students on Broadway’s fall show Sex, Drugs, and a Proper Education.Continue...

A showcase of female artistry

Kingston’s all-female artist organization is showcasing their biggest exhibition yet at the Tett Centre.Continue...

Slam poet hopes to write “great Canadian novel”

With words as vibrant as her red hair, student poet Olivia Dumas, ArtSci ’18, has had a lifelong devotion to verse.Continue...

Agnes focuses on portraits

Selfies, grad portraits, insta-snaps — it seems that portraits are everywhere, and the Agnes Centre is capitalizing on this rising interest in portraiture and its role in the art world.Continue...

UNICEF at the Brooklyn

The Brooklyn hosted a UNICEF Queen’s event called “No Beat Too Far” this Wednesday.Continue...

Queen’s Players pack in laughter, live music and alcohol

Booze, laughs and rock n’ roll has been the mantra of Queen’s Players since their incarnation in the early 1900s, and their fall show was no exception.Continue...

Martin Guerre marries drama and music

Queen’s new School of Drama and Music put on its first major production — The House of Martin Guerre — with great success.Continue...

Holocaust memorial performance hits hard

In January 1943, a five-year-old boy destined to win a Nobel Prize hid quietly in an attic above a Polish schoolhouse.Continue...

Short stories with life-saving characters

Student writer Dana Mitchell, ArtSci ’19, thinks of her characters as companions who’ve helped her through adversity.Continue...

Carpets as canvas

Studio 22 doesn’t shy away from pushing boundaries.

The Games of Love, Come and Go , a current exhibition at the Studio 22 gallery by Ndaté Sylla, is a prime example.

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