Arts

Selling art in the age of the internet

In the era of the internet, the typical local arts store is tasked with providing their customers with more than just an interesting inventory if they want to succeed.Continue...

‘Armstrong’s War’ play explores human side of trauma

Playing at The Grand Theatre until March 25, Armstrong’s War presents a one-act, two-person play about a wheelchair-bound young girl and a physically and mentally scarred soldier....Continue...

Photography and art magazine Blanc launches new issue

When Nunna Worku left Queen’s in 2016, her goal was to turn Kingston into her canvas.Continue...

An introduction to Kingston’s zines

On Mar. 10, the Modern Fuel Artist-Run Centre hosted the works of local artists, writers and ziners who were united by their alternative artistic sensibilities.Continue...

The filmmakers behind With This Ring

Ameesha Joshi and Anna Sarkissian presented a documentary almost a decade in the making to a crowd at the Isabel Bader Centre on Monday and Tuesday.Continue...

Portraitist Karel Funk named Koerner Artist-in-Residence

Karel Funk brings over a decade of experience to Ontario Hall as this year’s Koerner Artist-in-Residence.

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A bash for Botticelli, a soirée for Sodom

On Tuesday night at The Mansion, student production company Capstone Collective raised money for the plays Botticelli in the Fire and Sunday and Sodom , opening later this month at the Isabel.Continue...

A case for realistic female characters

On International Women’s Day, it’s time for us to reevalute what we call a strong female literary character.Continue...

Queen’s Reads brings Katherena Vermette to campus

Given the popularity of her novel both nationally and across campus, it’s no surprise Katherena Vermette’s much-anticipated arrival to campus saw a full house at her talk in the Agnes Etherington Art Centre on Wednesday night.Continue...

Immersed in Hearts Come Cheap

Immersive theatre is a very strange concept if you’ve never tried it before.

Initially, the prospect of the cast interacting with me and the crowd around me was terrifying. I know...Continue...

Singing, Sweden and Sondheim at the Rotunda Theatre

For four more days this month, the Rotunda Theatre will transform into the Swedish countryside for the classic Steven Sondheim musical A Little Night Music .Continue...

Vogue’s “visionaries” for charity

Running from March 1 to 3, the 21st annual Vogue Charity Fashion Show (VCFS) strutted down the Grand Theatre’s runway to meet their donation goal of raising $55,000 for mental health in Kingston.Continue...

Highlights from the Kingston Canadian Film Festival

The Kingston Canadian Film Festival returned to the city this past weekend with a slew of movies from the national film industry.Continue...

The Peking Acrobats somersault through the Grand Theatre

On Feb. 27, The Peking Acrobats gave a gravity-defying performance at The Grand Theatre.Continue...

A preview of the Vogue Charity Fashion Show

From March 1 to 3, the Vogue Charity Fashion Show will take the stage at The Grand Theatre, raising money for the Kingston Branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association.

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Born Ruffians front man talks new album, Kingston shows

When longtime drummer Steve Hamelin returned to play with Born Ruffians, it meant one thing for front man Luke Lalonde: “the band was back together.”Continue...

Queen’s art conservation receives $632 000

Announced on Feb. 27, the Queen’s Art Conservation program received a $632,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.Continue...

Kingston Canadian Film Festival returns

From March 1 to 4, the Kingston Canadian Film Festival will return to screens around the city.Continue...

‘Storying Resilience’ in the Agnes

This year, the Agnes has formally opened its doors to Indigenous youth interested in understanding their culture through art.Continue...

Froid’Art warms up the winter

Kingston’s coldest public art installation is back for its fourth consecutive year.Continue...

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