Arts

‘Of Longing and Songbirds’ coming to Union Gallery

Union Gallery is set to open a new exhibition, Of Longing and Songbirds to the public on Oct 4.Continue...

The art of reviews

It’s easy for us to criticize art.Continue...

The nuances of the true crime genre

Netflix’s latest original chronicles the story of Jeffrey Dahmer, notorious serial killer and cannibal, in a ten-part series that claims to honour the families of his victims.Continue...

Basia Bulat to perform at the Isabel Bader Centre

Basia Bulat, renowned Canadian folk singer and lyricist, is being welcomed on stage this Friday by the Isabel Bader Centre to perform her new album, The Garden .Continue...

The Mansion welcomes New Friends

The Mansion, one of Kingston’s many venues for live shows, is hosting the band New Friends on their Locals Only tour.Continue...

What’s your medium?

Storytelling through film is something we all enjoy, whether it be going to the theatre to see a new movie or rewatching one you hold close to your heart.Continue...

TIFF 2022 coverage: upcoming releases to watch

Every September, the film industry sets its sights on Toronto. Featuring a wide variety of films, the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) allows both the press and the public to watch the industry’s newest releases.Continue...

Posthumous releases and life after death

The end of an artist’s life does not signal the end of their career.Continue...

Logos are art too

A great logo shouldn’t just sell you something—its purpose shouldn’t end with its function as a strategic tool.Continue...

Patagonia CEO commits to sustainability in the face of fashion greenwashing

California outdoor retailer, Patagonia, has announced a change in company leadership.Continue...

The best books you’ll read for school

Reading for school doesn’t have to be boring, but all too often, class reading lists make even the keenest students go for a snooze.Continue...

Arts vs. entertainment: is there a difference?

The Arts section of the Journa l used to be called “Arts and Entertainment” before being condensed to simply art a few years prior. This distinction calls into question what the difference is between art and entertainment and who is to say something is or isn’t art?Continue...

Concerts are coming to the Kingston Penitentiary

The Kingston Penitentiary could be your new favourite concert venue.Continue...

Creative Movement offering art therapy at the Agnes

The Agnes Etherington Art Centre introduced a Creative Movement program this week, offering people living with Parkinson’s and their loved ones a look into movement art therapy.Continue...

No plots, just vibes

Every film should have a plot—it feels like a necessity along with the need for a compelling main character and an intriguing conflict.Continue...

The case against dupe culture

The rising interest in for sustainable clothing and support for small designers are being overshadowed by micro-influencers dedicated to finding inexpensive dupes for goods that one may not typically want to spend for.Continue...

What's your medium?

Art is everywhere, from our playlists to our clothes to the movies.Continue...

An overview of book cover art

The old saying tells us not to judge a book by its cover, but we’ve been doing exactly that for centuries. From medieval manuscripts to 1980s high fantasy, book covers have long been a visual expression of a book’s content and significance.Continue...

Union Gallery appoints new Gallery Director

There’s a new Gallery Director at Union Gallery.Continue...

Graffiti mural transforms the Agnes Etherington Art Centre

A group of artists have come together to transform the exterior of the Agnes Etherington Art Centre.Continue...

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