Arts

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Give art a chance

There are a ton of phenomenal film and theatre opportunities coming out of Queen’s these days — but it’s up to students to get involved and value the arts community.Continue...

Kingston's Multicultural Festival showcases art from a diverse range of cultures

Kingston held its fifth annual Multicultural Arts Festival (KMAF) at Confederation Park on Sunday, a refreshing event abundant with food, music and community booths of all kinds.Continue...

Suspension needs explanation

Queen’s decision to suspend admissions to the Bachelor of Fine Arts program has left a significant number of questions unanswered. Students deserve a thorough explanation that includes the administration’s plan for the program’s future.Continue...

The Undergraduate Review's shaky start to the school year

The Undergraduate Review (UR) is the oldest arts publication on campus and is currently preparing for the release of its 30th volume.

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Get your head in the game with Monday Nights

I tend to think the theatre’s a safe place, so you can understand my surprise when I heard, “This is a real, theatrical basketball experience with real, theatrical basketballs, so let’s make sure you protect your beautiful faces and be safe,” announced to the audience prior to a performance.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...

The Embassy: Kingston’s holiest live music cafe

Earlier this month, Kingston residents made their way downtown to the opening night of the city’s most hallowed new music venue.Continue...

Queen’s launches new graduate arts programs

On Jan. 11, Queen’s announced the introduction of a new graduate program in the arts to give students an edge in the ever-competitive industry.Continue...

Snapping along to post-election blues

At this week’s Queen’s Poetry Slam at The Mansion, poets were encouraged to “Use Their Voice Now.” And voices were raised, mid-finals, to yell in unison about the inevitable apocalypse caused by president-elect Donald Trump.Continue...

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