Arts

The Wilderness connects with fans via livestream

The Wilderness has proven there’s nothing more rock-and-roll than caring for yourself and others.Continue...

COVID-19 forces cancellation of end-of-year gallery

After a year of hard work, excitement, and preparation, Queen’s Bachelor of Fine Art (BFA) majors have had to cancel their much-anticipated final art show.Continue...

Queen's Players decide to cancel winter show

Queen’s Players’ winter sketch comedy show, The Tonight Showhemian Rhapsody: An Evenin’ wif the Big Fab Woolf, was set to open this Wednesday, March 18.Continue...

Social distancing, but make it artsy

Last Friday, Queen’s halted classes and transitioned to online courses to minimize the spread of Coronavirus. With students returning home and social distancing recommendations in effect, campus arts events are in peril.Continue...

Dan Studio Series switches it up with Lost & Found

Lost & Found helped audiences forget their troubles last week through lighthearted humour and extraordinary creativity.Continue...

Queen's alum talks first book, Different Beasts

With a new take on scary stories, Queen’s alum Joel McConvey, known professionally as J.R. McConvey, shows that people might be scarier than your classic monster.Continue...

Elizabeth Greene is a champion for women writers

Ever since 1969, Elizabeth Greene has been amplifying women’s voices in literature.Continue...

Chris Morris takes listeners to the heart of folk music

Chris Morris used to be the man backstage: a concert promoter trying to get bands to play gigs. 10 years later, he’s become the performer instead.Continue...

Vogue Charity Fashion Show celebrates unity

More than 10,000 hours of work went into this year’s Vogue Charity Fashion Show (VCFS), estimates Shayna Buckle (ArtSci ’20), one of three creative directors behind the production.Continue...

Sarah Slean and Hawksley Workman navigate humanity through song

Hawksley Workman and Sarah Slean have enjoyed successful careers in the Canadian music scene for more than two decades.Continue...

The Great Unwashed to play for the masses

While The Great Unwashed’s name may raise a few eyebrows, this four-piece Kingston band is making a name for themselves, revamping old hits for modern dance floors.Continue...

Mr. Burns shines unconventionally and unapologetically

Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play is an amalgamation of confusion and catastrophe that illustrates the importance of stories in a post-apocalyptic world.Continue...

Royal Tusk hits The Mansion

In the grungy, low-ceilinged upper room of The Mansion on March 3, Royal Tusk performed their sound check. Hardcore fans milled around, their murmuring escalating in the room as they excitedly anticipated the evening’s main event.Continue...

Kim's Convenience actress comes to Kingston

Emerging from the ranks of CBC’s hit comedy Kim’s Convenience , Canadian Screen Award-nominated actor and screenwriter Andrea Bang has found her footing in the world of independent film and TV.Continue...

Turpin's Trail brings East Coast spirit to Kingston

The deep acapella voices of Turpin’s Trail ring out in perfect harmony over the band’s layered instrumental arrangements.Continue...

Queen's Music Club live at The Mansion

Whether it’s providing equipment to jam out or encouragement along the way, Queen’s Music Club (QMC) has been a resource for emerging student bands since 2011.

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Placeholders jam their way to the top of the Kingston music scene

Local funk band Placeholders hopes to bring light to new artists and have an impact on Kingston’s soul and funk scenes.Continue...

Winter Tekenos-Levy is proud of Canadian television

Canadian TV is thriving, according to prominent Canadian television writer and story editor Winter Tekenos-Levy.Continue...

Friends of Médecins Sans Frontières hosts all-nighter charity concert

The Queen’s chapter of Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders) is losing sleep—literally—for their commitment to their cause.Continue...

Ray Robertson's How to Die will improve your life

For Canadian author Ray Robertson, death isn’t something to fret about: it’s something to face head-on.Continue...

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