Arts

Arts in Brief: BFA Print Sale returns

The Queen’s community can support student artists as the annual BFA print sale kicks off this week at the ARC.

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Dumpster graffiti raises awareness about climate change

Student artists have found one way to raise awareness about climate change on campus, and it’s trash.Continue...

Singer-songwriter Joe McLeod heads into the unknown

Joe McLeod has words of wisdom for just about anyone: if you work hard and put yourself out there, you will go far.Continue...

Dan School production Birds takes flight at Theological Hall

Two-thousand years later, Birds still has something to sing about.Continue...

Student poets compete at CUPSI

On Nov. 19, students will vie for the chance to compete in an international slam poetry.Continue...

Arts in Brief: Queen’s prof Kim Renders remembered at Mayor’s Arts Awards

Professor Kim Renders was honoured on Monday evening during the annual Mayor’s Arts Awards.Continue...

Anthropocene is a startling portrait of climate change

When you think of shrinking ice caps and devastated coral reefs, an art project isn’t the first thing that pops into your head.Continue...

Point-Counterpoint: #MeToo at the ROM

The new exhibit Modernism at the Ganges at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) features the photographs of Raghubir Singh profiling everyday life on the Ganges River.Continue...

Interactive play Far From the Heart confronts sexual violence

Immersion theatre troupe Sheatre wants you to criticize their performance.Continue...

Tone Deaf Music Festival on key for 17th run

If you didn’t know Kingston had a local experimental music scene, you’re not alone.Continue...

Performance makes Truth and Reconciliation local

Reconciliation will be taking center stage at the Cantabile Choir performance this weekend.Continue...

Fast Romantics is the happiest band in indie rock

On Fast Romantics’ forthcoming album, front man Matthew Angus asks himself what it means to be truly happy.Continue...

Arts in Brief

$65,000 donated to digitze library archvives; Agnes Etherington Shortlisted for OAAG AwardsContinue...

Jean Chrétien reflects on time in office

For Jean Chrétien, the art of storytelling is never far from politics.Continue...

Stage thriller Butcher delves into the aftermath of tragedy

In his new stage thriller Butcher, playwrightNicolas Billon asks how we can balance peace and justice.Continue...

Catherine Hernandez discusses the real-world issues behind Scarborough

Catherine Hernandez teaches lessons from the school of hard knocks.

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A nostalgic upper-year’s review of Sam Roberts at Homecoming

This year’s Homecoming concert wasn’t about the music.Continue...

Script falls short in The Mouse House

The Domino Theatre’s production of The Mouse House proves community theatre is alive, but not always good.

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Albert Schultz’s return a loss for Canadian theatre

In January of 2018, Globe and Mail columnist Margaret Wente proclaimed Albert Schultz will “never work in this town again—or, for that matter, in any theatre anywhere in Canada.”Continue...

Aruna D’Souza talks art and protest

Art and protest—for Aruna D’Souza, the two are key to understanding today’s culture.Continue...

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