Queen’s and local artists create mural dedicated to Kingston

Back in March, CBC Ottawa partnered the Kingston Frontenac Public Library (KFPL) to create a mural promoting inclusivity.
May 30, 2022

High fashion’s class appropriation is not art

Balenciaga recently released a collection of overtly distressed sneakers priced over $700. 
April 1, 2022

‘Trace’ explores astronomy through dance

Through dance and discussion, the Isabel Bader Center encouraged spectators to consider the origins of the universe on Mar. 28.
April 1, 2022

ASUS commissions ‘My Creation’ mural

The Arts & Science Undergraduate Society (ASUS) recently commissioned Indigenous artist Portia Chapman, BFA ’19 and ConEd ’20, to complete a mural titled My Creation for an upcoming event.
Forworld Studios, a recently formed Kingston-based artist collective, launched their first collective art show at Kingston School of Art’s (KSOA) Window Art Gallery.  
History is Rarely Black or White is an exhibition at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre deconstructing the cotton industry’s harmful colonial legacy through garments.
After taking a year off due to COVID-19 restrictions, Martello Alley’s annual Froid’Art exhibit has returned for its seventh year.
In conjunction with their Feb. 8 reopening, Union Gallery is seeking proposals for a new project called From One Place to Another: Wandering Art.
On Nov. 15, Queen’s celebrated its 80th annual Bader Day.
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. 
Tiina Kukkonen is a local artist, researcher, and educator.
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.  
The Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning’s Teen Art Exchange is back this fall.
A group of eight Katarokwi-Kingston artists have collaborated to create a new residency exhibition called Side-Ways.
In participation with Culture Days, a program taking place across Canada from Sept. 24 to Oct. 24, Union Gallery has launched a collaborative art project called Together, we tile. 
Forworld Studios, a newly founded artist collective, includes six artists from the Kingston community: Francisco (Fran) Corbett, William Carroll, Hayden Frasso, 4CiD R4BBiT (Browz), Michaela Zinsmeister, and Constance Intounas.  
A free outdoor screening is set to take place in Kingston’s City Park on Oct. 2 at 7 p.m. 
On Sept. 26, the Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning premiered It’s Light Tempered, It’s Turmoil Submerged—a new solo exhibition featuring the latest works from Pengyuan Wang.
Artists Jenn Norton, Emily Pelstring, and 10-year-old Edie Soleil have released an augmented-reality pop-up called After the Witch of Malleghem.  
Studies in Solitude: The Art of Depicting Seclusion opened at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre on Sept. 4. 
Queen's Journal

© All rights reserved.

Back to Top
Skip to content