Arts

Lost Cousins reflects on lucky start

Always in the right place at the right time, Lost Cousins added a new EP to their lucky streak last Friday.Continue...

Education production aims to Get Schooled

Teachers will break into song and dance Thursday and Friday when the faculty of education stages an original production.Continue...

Listen Up Kid delivers nice-guy grunge rock

Grunge rock and hospitality don’t usually mesh—but when Listen Up Kid invites you to their rehearsal space, it’s the exception.Continue...

Learning What a Young Wife Ought to Know

The story of a young woman struggling to defend her reproductive choice in 1920s Ottawa might not strike audiences as a hilarious, heartwarming romance. However, audiences would be proven wrong by Hannah Moscovtich’s What a Young Wife Ought to Know —on stage at the Grand Theatre until Feb. 17.Continue...

Remembering Rembrandt’s contributions to art history 350 years later

2019 marks the 350th anniversary of Rembrandt’s death.Continue...

Focus Film Festival rolls out red carpet at Grant Hall

With only a theme, a camera, and 72-hours, 100 participants from 14 groups had to shoot and edit their own short films for this year’s Focus Film Festival.Continue...

Agnes exhibit snapshots a multidimensional Canadian identity

The Agnes’ In the Present: The Zacks Gift of 1962 exhibit is a vibrant snapshot of 20th-century Canadian cultural change.Continue...

Art Hive invites students to discover their inner artist

An art and relaxation program can be ideal for stressed-out students.Continue...

Reelout brings representation to the big screen

In its 20th year, the Reelout film festival has come a long way from its origins on the dance floor of Kingston’s only gay bar.

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The Kingston Symphony Orchestra’s ode to bad behaviour

This weekend, the Kingston Symphony Orchestra is going to be letting their hair down.

Playing this Saturday and Sunday at the Isabel Bader Centre, the Kingston Symphony Orchestra...Continue...

A completely failed attempt at a Bob Ross masterpiece

Bob Ross was a firm believer in happy accidents.Continue...

Outdoor ice art exhibit Froid’Art could melt masterpieces away

It’s the fifth year of David Dosset’s Froid’Art outdoor art exhibit—and it may be the last.Continue...

Artist pits nature against industrialism

For Dominika Dembinski, fine art and decaying architecture are a natural duo.Continue...

VCFS Brooklyn concert raises funds for charity

Ahead of their annual charity fashion show, VCFS is hosting a fundraising concert at The Brooklyn on Thursday with Queen’s Love Without Boundaries (QWLB).Continue...

Kingston Coalition Against Poverty holds fundraiser concert

With the help of The Goodnight Irenes, Kingston Coalition Against Poverty (KCAP) is helping the homeless one ticket sale at a time.Continue...

Review: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof hits production snags

Leaving the house in the middle of a snowstorm isn’t the most enticing idea.
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Pop-punk rockers Glass Cactus move into The Mansion

Glass Cactus will bring the edgy, emotive spirit of pop punk to town this weekend.

The Toronto-based, indie-alt band will be returning to Kingston this Friday when they play The Mansion....Continue...

Erez and the Pearlz make their musical debut

Erez Zobary almost lost her singing voice once—but she won’t let it happen again.Continue...

Banff Film Festival banishes the winter blues

This weekend, the Banff Film Festival will make its annual stop at the Bader Centre to showcase some of the best Canadian mountain culture has to offer.Continue...

Celebrating 1,000,056 years of art

When turning 1,000,056 years old, it’s rare to have a DJ at the birthday party.Continue...

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