Arts

Review: ‘Honestly, Nevermind’

The critiques levelled against Drake’s Honestly, Nevermind are hardly unexpected.Continue...

John Elizabeth Stintzi discusses writing and the natural world

The Queen’s Biological Station (QUBS) is welcoming two writers for a two-week residency this summer: John Elizabeth Stintzi and Smokii Sumac.Continue...

How artistic activism propelled the fight against Queer prejudice

Political and creative realms have long overlapped.Continue...

Queen’s and local artists create mural dedicated to Kingston

Back in March , CBC Ottawa partnered the Kingston Frontenac Public Library (KFPL) to create a mural promoting inclusivity.Continue...

Josh Ramsay talks life and solo career

Josh Ramsay, well-loved Canadian artist, released his first ever solo album adeptly titled The Josh Ramsay Show on April 8, 2022.Continue...

High fashion’s class appropriation is not art

Balenciaga recently released a collection of overtly distressed sneakers priced over $700.

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Queen’s English department running Taylor Swift course

Queen’s English department is introducing a course this fall with Taylor Swift at its forefront.

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Review: ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’

From opening with a pony-tailed Benedict Cumberbatch outrunning a fire demon to closing with a third eye appearing on the titular superhero’s forehead, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is one of the weirdest entries in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).Continue...

QMT delivers emotional performance of ‘Little Women’

Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women remains a classic piece of literature frequently adapted for the stage and screen.Continue...

DSS introduces relaxed performance with ‘Theseus’

Equity and representation are of concern to many theatre scholars, especially as they pertain to accommodating audiences.Continue...

Exploring how we can define great art

For as long as art has existed, consumers, critics, and even artists themselves have debated what elevates great art above the rest.Continue...

Art can change the world—historical inaccuracies and all

As Netflix debuts the second season to Bridgerton, author Robert Morrison, Queen’s National Scholar, discussed the series’ nod to Jane Austen’s work.Continue...

‘Trace’ explores astronomy through dance

Through dance and discussion, the Isabel Bader Center encouraged spectators to consider the origins of the universe on Mar. 28.Continue...

‘The Skeleton Press’ releases ninth issue

The Skeleton Press , a free quarterly publication presented by Skeleton Park Arts Festival (SPAF) , released its spring issue Mar. 11.Continue...

ASUS commissions ‘My Creation’ mural

The Arts & Science Undergraduate Society (ASUS) recently commissioned Indigenous artist Portia Chapman, BFA ’19 and ConEd ’20, to complete a mural titled My Creation for an upcoming event.Continue...

Approaching Ramadan as a sh—y Muslim

For most of my life, I’ve hated my parent’s faith and everything associated with it.Continue...

English department hosts Giller Prize Event

Queen’s English Department hosted their annual Giller Prize Event on Mar. 23, celebrating Queen’s alum and current writer-in-residence Omar El Akkad for his winning novel What Strange Paradise .Continue...

PUP is back in Kingston

Canadian rockers PUP are playing The Ale House on Mar. 28.Continue...

Forworld Studios unveils first collective art show

Forworld Studios, a recently formed Kingston-based artist collective, launched their first collective art show at Kingston School of Art’s (KSOA) Window Art Gallery.Continue...

‘What Strange Paradise’ is timely and powerful

Omar El Akkad’s Giller Prize-winning novel What Strange Paradise is a moving tale of friendship prevailing in the face of racism, hatred, and cynicism.

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