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Kingston prepares for apocalypse

Between nukes, climate change and super bugs, I’d take the TEOTWAYKI — a small cabin that doubles as artist Mike Macron’s latest post-apocalyptic artexhibit – for protection.Continue...

Olivia Gilbertson explores her roots

Olivia Gilbertson has a mission: to explore her connection with her newly found Indigenous ancestry through painting, sculpture and textile works.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...

Raine Storey, a force to be reckoned with

Raine Storey, full-time Fine Arts Honours student, owner of her own business and freelance artist, is ready to take the world by storm.Continue...

Artfest shines a light on Queen’s talent

On Tuesday night, artists from all corners of campus came together at The Grad Club in honour of The Undergraduate Review’s newest instalment, Volume 29.Continue...

Quinn Rockliff’s project to free the female form

Toronto-based artist Quinn Rockliff began drawing when she was coping with the anxiety as a result of a sexual assault.Continue...

A garden of new perceptions sprouts in Stauffer

As I walked into Union Gallery’s new exhibit, entitled Groundwork, I was instantly transported into the wild as sounds of nature filled my ears.Continue...

Queen’s alumnus wins emerging artist grant

Earlier this month, Queen’s alum and local artist Katharine Vingoe-Cram was named the recipient of the 2016 Nan Yeomans Grant for Artistic Development, awarded annually by the Kingston Arts Council.Continue...

Zobary a growing musical talent

It’s not every day you hear a cover so good you wonder why anyone would listen to the original.Continue...

Spoken word artist opens up conversation about blackface

In 2005, a white Queen’s student painted her face black for a “Miss Ethiopia” Halloween costume.Continue...

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