Arts

Considering forgiveness with Canada Reads’ Suzanne

Writing about family is difficult, but forgiving family for past wrongs is even more so—and that’s how Suzanne by Anaïs Barbeau-Lavalette succeeds.

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Studio 22’s posthumous exhibition of a celebrated artist

Studio 22’s March exhibit gives a glimpse into the past, revealing a lively local art scene.

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Refocusing the lens of the Syrian war with ‘Homes’

Abu Bakr’s response to a bombing in his hometown: go to his cousin’s house and play FIFA 13.Continue...

Studio 22 showcases collection from West Coast artist

This March, Studio 22 is bringing the West to the Limestone City.Continue...

Minority Report spotlights marginalized students

Minority Report had audience members buckling with laughter at one moment and snapping their fingers in solidarity the next at the Rotunda Theatre on Wednesday night.Continue...

Queen’s debut for Rhinoceros in Love this week

For the cast of Rhinoceros In Love , performing their newest production is more than an extra-curricular activity—it’s a representation of their wider cultural heritage at Queen’s.Continue...

Ezra Jordan carries on a musical tradition

Ezra Jordan has never been a stranger to music.Continue...

Studio 013 brings Shakespeare’s most gruesome play to life

Studio 013’s production of Shakespeare’s most violent play relishes in all the gory details.Continue...

‘Brother’ is a timely meditation on loss

A eulogy to lost boys and corrupted innocence, David Chariandy’s latest novel, Brother, follows the residents of Scarborough who search in vain for a place to call home.Continue...

Vogue Charity Fashion Show tells a brief history of time

Using fashion to tell the history of humanity seems unorthodox, but it made perfect sense in this year’s Vogue Charity Fashion Show: Tempora Mantura (VCFS).Continue...

Charlotte Cornfield’s new album finds catharsis in illness

Psoriasis, an autoimmune disease that causes a painful skin condition reminds Charlotte Cornfield what’s most important in life: family, then work.Continue...

Reuben and the Dark play Grad Club

Reuben Bullock is proof that it’s never too late to find your passion.Continue...

Artist publication makes case for prison reform

In a city famous for its art and prisons, it’s only natural for the two collide.Continue...

A Valentine’s date with Kiss the Fish

Clark house band Kiss The Fish, made up of lead singer Sam Skolrood, lead guitarist Evan Khodeir, rhythm guitarist Cory Scholtz, drummer Misko McGregor, and bassist Kelby Gutz, sat down with The Journal to show us their latest songs, and share their favourite first date spots.Continue...

Queen’s filmmaker to debut at Kingston festival

This weekend, Josh Granovsky’s short film wyd? will be presented at the Kingston Canadian Film Festival.Continue...

Kingston film is poetry in motion

Who is Bruce Kauffman? —a new film set to premiere at the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts on Friday— brings literature beyond the page.

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Wild Rivers reunites with Kingston

For Wild Rivers frontman Khalid Yassein, a show in Kingston means returning to his alma mater as an outsider, and then feeling like he’d never truly left.Continue...

For new album, rockers Said the Whale went home

A recipe for Dad Rock: marriages, engagements, children and the great outdoors.Continue...

Festival envisions Indigenous resurgence

Attendees at the Ka’tarohkwi Indigenous Arts Festival will see artwork free of restrictions.Continue...

Documentary explores Kingston crime and social media

Crime updates via social media make for a thoroughly informed community—and a Queen’s student’s documentary aims to take it further.Continue...

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