Arts

Froid’Art puts Kingston artists on ice

If you walk downtown this month, you might notice a series of ice-encased paintings have cropped up in local businesses’ storefronts.Continue...

QMT production Beauty and the Beast enchants at Theological Hall

Be our guest,” sings Queen’s Musical Theatre’s cast of Beauty and the Beast . The timeless story is the latest productiontaken on by the campus group.Continue...

Domino Theatre takes on Depression-era classic

An American classic from the early 1900s continues to inspire and provoke audiences—doing so right here from Kingston.Continue...

January in the Agnes

This month, the Agnes is welcoming eight new exhibits.Continue...

BFA student's art speaks for itself

BFA student Johanna Schaly resists giving her artwork too much meaning. Instead, she lets it speak for itself.Continue...

Queen's Yu Theatre Society Debuts The Storm: Festival

Since its inception in 2018, the Yu Theatre Society at Queen’s has aimed to give Chinese international students a distinctly Chinese theatre experience while sharing dramatic narratives with the rest of the Kingston community.Continue...

Jens Krüger give back while rocking out

Jens Krüger will bring humour and heart to Trek for Teen’s Kingston Chapter’s fourth annual charity concert.Continue...

Barrasso to bring pace and energy to the Kingston scene

Montreal-based punk rock band Barrasso will stop into Kingston this weekend as part of their Ontario tour.Continue...

Owl Farm keeps rocking after decade away from the stage

After a decade-long break from the spotlight, Kingston-based punk band Owl Farm is undergoing a revival.Continue...

Jan Allen reflects on her career at the Agnes gallery

After 27 years working at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Jan Allen, creative director of the on-campus gallery, is retiring.Continue...

Tim Baker talks life, music, and new album

Now in a new stage of his career, Tim Baker grounds himself by making truthful, raw music that he hopes will bring people together.Continue...

5th Company Lane presents Christina, The Girl King

Ending its four-day run, Christina, The Girl King told the story of one of history’s most unconventional monarchs’ struggle to serve her country while staying true to herself.Continue...

Dan Mangan talks multi-faceted musical identity

Leading up to Dan Mangan’s Kingston show, the singer-songwriter, composer, and journalist talked about his musical journey, starting a family, and his relationship with the Limestone City.Continue...

2019 Massey Lecturer Sally Armstrong tackles female oppression at WritersFest

Kingston WritersFest’s last event of 2019 tackles women’s oppression throughout the past 10 millennia.Continue...

Gwen Benaway isn’t letting critics slow her down

Gwen Benaway’s third collection of poetry, Holy Wild , explores her experience as a trans woman and her experience transitioning.

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Looking back on years of Arkells concerts, closing in Kingston

The Arkells never fail to put on a good show. Whether it’s singing, dancing, performing, or rallying against injustice, this Hamilton band knows how to captivate an audience.Continue...

Kingston band shows up for local non-profit

This Saturday, the Limestone City’s music scene is showing up to support Kingston doulas.Continue...

Ben Rogers returns to storytelling in new album

Ben Rogers lost his direction as a musician after the release of his 2015 album, but his newest album shows his return to the style of song-writing he loves most: intimate and truthful storytelling.Continue...

Daniel Romano and The Outfit bring experimental folksy sound to The Mansion

With such a wide range of musical endeavours , it’s difficult to keep track of who Daniel Romano is going to perform with at any given time, and from which of his eclectic range of LPs the set list will derive.Continue...

Five Wives revisits the stories from the author’s youth

Author Joan Thomas’ award-winning novel challenges the lessons she was taught as a child.Continue...

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