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The influence of Rembrandt

Rembrandt’s fellow travellers depicted contrasts of light and dark that provide an interesting diversion from the varied greys of a Kingston winter.Continue...

12 Years a Slave stands apart

12 Years a Slave is a true-to-life tale of human endurance made all the more remarkable for the circumstances in which it occurred: the slave trade of 19th-century America.Continue...

Hause aims for grace and dignity

The only difference between playing solo and in a band is in the weight of the gear, according to Dave Hause.Continue...

Vinyl or MP3?

Our staff debates the pros and cons of vinyl and MP3.Continue...

King’s Town Players show their Underpants

What would you do if your underpants fell down in public?Continue...

Seeing Red at the Grand

Red is many things, but it’s ultimately a story of generations locking horns.Continue...

Warmth of the Arctic

“Hovering between landscape and abstraction,” the pamphlet reads, “Sovereignty in Pink challenges traditional perceptions of the North as a land of ice
and snow.”Continue...

Closet collection

Involvement is key to an artist’s success in this community.Continue...

Clouds up close

Montreal-based visual artist Hannah Claus has brought the sky to Kingston.Continue...

Butler’s back home

Mike Butler is coming back to an old home.Continue...

Looking through a lens of self-discovery

Doing what you love is a journey of self-discovery, something Michael Kenney, ArtSci ’08, found
through filmmaking.Continue...

Honesty on stage

Vogt’s own brand of light-hearted comedy shines in their second installment of the year, Vogt Biographies.Continue...

Kingston and Queen’s voices unite

Johnny Nash’s hit “I Can See Clearly Now” never sounded so good.Continue...

Rothko behind the walls

Abstract expressionism has always strived to represent individualism, freedom and an authentic self.Continue...

Ceremony celebrates inclusivity

The sound of a drum is not unlike that of a heartbeat.Continue...

Cirque du Soleil: Behind the Scenes

The media was invited to a behind the scenes tour of the Cirque du Soleil set-up at the K-Rock Centre yesterday afternoon.Continue...

Best Movies of 2013

The Journal staff compiles a list of popular film releases in 2013 — and you won’t see all of them at the Oscars in March.Continue...

A story of survival

The Book Thief, playing at the Screening Room starting Friday, offers a precious piece of humanity within the film’s delicately interwoven relationships.Continue...

Passionate play

If you play music with a passion, you must do it for yourself.Continue...

Societal dialogue

A true artist is always deeply involved in facilitating and fostering a dialogue with society.Continue...

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