Arts

Isabel Bader gifts Agnes Etherington Art Centre 12 new paintings

On Nov. 15, Queen’s celebrated its 80 th annual Bader Day.Continue...

Writer Patricia Robertson hosts short story workshop

Canadian writer Patricia Robertson will host a virtual short story workshop on Nov. 23 through the Kingston Frontenac Public Library (KFPL).Continue...

The Gertrudes reform to release ‘Emergency To Emergency’

The Gertrudes are set to release their album Emergency To Emergency on Nov. 26 via Wolfe Island RecordsContinue...

Editor discusses ‘Best Canadian Stories 2021’

On Oct. 19, Best Canadian Stories 2021 was published. It’s the 51st iteration in an annual anthology series of standout short stories by Canadian authors.Continue...

Dan Studio Series offers a great collection of plays

I have always found drama and stage acting fascinating.Continue...

The Zolas play first Kingston show in years

Indie rock band The Zolas played at The Ale House & Canteen on Nov. 8.Continue...

Union Gallery launches student-led photography club

Union Gallery has introduced a new student-led club called Photography Union.Continue...

‘Queen’s Refuge’ exhibition running through November

Queen’s Refuge: Refugees and the University is now on display at the W.D. Jordan Rare Books and Special Collections library until Nov. 26.Continue...

Two modern classics perfect for aspiring writers

I’ve become quite interested in reading so-called ‘modern classics,’ the books published in our lifetime that have won major awards and received frequent praise online.Continue...

Tiina Kukkonen balances making art and teaching

Tiina Kukkonen is a local artist, researcher, and educator.Continue...

Public art exhibition celebrates Canadian filmmakers

A public art exhibition called Film x Design has been unveiled through the Kingston Canadian Film Festival (KCFF).Continue...

Watching brown women fall in love in print

There was a long period following high school when I didn’t read fiction for pleasure.Continue...

SPAF hosts annual Halloween parade

Skeleton Park Arts Festival (SPAF) is hosting their annual Halloween parade on Oct. 31 at 4 p.m. in Skeleton Park.Continue...

Kingston Fibre Artists hosting annual show and sale

After COVID-19 cancelled their 2020 event, the annual show and sale hosted by the Kingston Fibre Artists is back for 2021 at the Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning.Continue...

‘Hadestown’ is well worth the trip

Hadestown is a musical that first took Broadway by storm in 2019.Continue...

Teen Art Exchange highlights young creatives

The Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning’s Teen Art Exchange is back this fall.Continue...

‘With Opened Mouths’ challenges Western art traditions

With Opened Mouths is a new podcast hosted by Qanita Lilla, curator of the exhibition of the same name at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre.Continue...

First Peoples’ Performing Arts Festival returned for fifth year

The First Peoples’ Performing Arts Festival of the Thousand Islands ran from Oct. 15 to 17 in Gananoque.Continue...

Union Gallery and Modern Fuel co-present new residency exhibition

A group of eight Katarokwi-Kingston artists have collaborated to create a new residency exhibition called Side-Ways .Continue...

‘The Corrections’ is a cautionary tale worth revisiting

In the 20 years since its release, The Corrections by Jonathan Franzen has garnered a reputation as a modern literary classic—and with time, its warnings not to take those we love for granted have become more relevant than ever.Continue...

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