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Meet Kingston’s next homegrown talent

Singer-songwriter finds home in Kingston’s music communityContinue...

From canvas to conservation

“The dream is to one day work in the Louvre and work on the restoration of the Mona Lisa.”Continue...

Part-time renowned artist, full-time 13-year-old

Evan Sharma has loved art his whole 13-year-old life, but he really started his signature style of using vibrant colours when he was “around nine or 10.”Continue...

The ladies behind Dad Hats 4Ever

Hat’s off to two student artists who’ve blended together fashion, art and business in an entrepreneurial enterprise unique to Queen’s.Continue...

Scenic sketching

Cameron Lawrence doesn’t just draw nature, his art comes from an attempt to internalize and come closer to the beauty of the Northern Ontario landscape he often encounters.Continue...

Drama queen and comedy machine

“Nothing kills me more than when people make art that doesn’t really say anything. I’m just like ‘bye’,” Rachel Manson, ArtSci ’17, said in an interview with The Journal. Amen.Continue...

Kickin' it with Krief

Last Friday night, Patrick Krief and his similarly-named band, Krief, ventured from Montreal to play Clark Hall Pub. The atmosphere was relaxed, yet the audience was nothing short of enthusiastic.Continue...

From campus to catwalk

Queen’s is Anisha Sandhu’s runway. The third-year ArtSci student struts through Union and University as if she’s just stepped off a photo shoot — to my knowledge, she probably has.Continue...

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...

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...

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