Arts

Kingston WritersFest kicks off this week

The Kingston WritersFest is back this September.Continue...

New Agnes exhibit challenges politics of solitude

Studies in Solitude: The Art of Depicting Seclusion opened at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre on Sept. 4.Continue...

Kingston School of Art hosts outdoor painting event for eighth consecutive year

The Kingston School of Art (KSOA) hosted their 8th annual Paint the Town event in Portsmouth Village from Sept. 10-12Continue...

Rupi Kaur uses poetry to come home to herself

Rupi Kaur is an Indian-born Canadian poet whose books of poetry are admired for their beautiful aesthetic and raw telling of relationships, sexual assault, and healing.Continue...

Jonathan Davies talks recent Kingston show with The Journal

Singer-songwriter Jonathan Davies performed on Sept. 11 at the Centre culturel Frontenac as part of the “Soirée Création” concert.Continue...

Agnes’ virtual Art Hive supports positive mental health

Returning for a series of ten free online sessions, the Agnes Etherington Art Centre’s Art Hive @Agnes workshop continues to inspire wellness and self-care practices through artmaking.Continue...

New virtual escape room inspired by Queen’s culture

‘The Graduation Situation’ is a new virtual escape room that debuts on Sept. 7.Continue...

Student curators launch book exhibition

Highlighting the beauty within its archives, Union Gallery has debuted a unique exhibition by student curators Charlotte Beyries, ArtSci ’23, and Anna Douglas, ArtSci ’22.Continue...

Omega Edwards discusses her music and its purpose

Omega Edwards, Con-Ed ’22, believes her music can help people on their life’s journeys.Continue...

‘Tin-ja’ delivers a feel-good experience for theatre lovers of all ages

Kingston’s Kick and Push Festival featured a heartwarming interactive installation called Tin-ja that ran in City Park from Aug. 25 to 28.Continue...

Kick and Push in full swing

The Kick and Push Festival, Kingston’s annual innovative performance festival, is back for another summer of strange, fun, and boundary-pushing theatre from Aug. 2 to Sept. 5.

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Consensual Humans mural driving positive conversations about consent

Last summer, Queen’s Consensual Humans Club commissioned the creation of a new mural now visible on the front of Harrison-LeCaine Hall.Continue...

Skeleton Park Arts Fest hosts second 'Next Door' exhibition

Skeleton Park Arts Festival (SPAF) is an annual Kingston summer solstice tradition.Continue...

Kingston art thriving in Martello

Queen’s alumni David, ArtSci ’83, and Wendy Dossett, Con-Ed ’87, launched Kingston’s Martello Alley back in 2015.Continue...

KFPL’s Reading Buddies program now includes seniors

The Kingston Frontenac Public Library (KFPL) recently expanded their Reading Buddies initiative to include seniors,Continue...

Ryan Randall wins cinematography award for ‘Workhorse’

Ryan Randall is an accomplished film and media technician.Continue...

'The Intangible Queer' explores identity through abstraction and experimentation

Combining theatre, film, and abstract art, YIKES! A Theatre Company’s The Intangible Queer embraces unconventional storytelling.Continue...

How a semester-long practicum turned into Queer Muslim Resistance

“As a queer Muslim, we’re often faced with this idea of impossibility—like it’s impossible to be queer and Muslim."Continue...

‘The Undergraduate Review’ publishes 33rd annual issue

The Undergraduate Review (UR), a Queen’s arts and literature-focused magazine, released their 33rd annual issue on Jun. 4th.Continue...

JukeBox County releases debut album

JukeBox County, the stage name of Kingston’s own Rich Tyo, sat down with The Journal ahead of the release of his upcoming debut 10-track album, Inner Space Outer Space .Continue...

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