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Staging MLK's last day alive

The Mountaintop takes the glorified image of Martin Luther King Jr. and puts him on stage as a humanized and relatable man.Continue...

It’s all about that Busty and the Bass

The energetic and soulful band Busty and the Bass, a Queen’s University favourite, revisited Kingston this week in support of Queen’s Engineering Society’s Movember campaign.

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Playing around with sound

In what began as a class assignment, Queen’s music students and their professor have created a complex music installation — complete with a grid of bells, a microphone and a sequence of changing sound effects.Continue...

Arkells take Homecoming by storm

Arkells felt right at home at Queen’s Homecoming.Continue...

Purview artist talks at Modern Fuel

The Purview artist talks offered Kingston artists a think-tank setting for to share new ideas and criticism on their projects and future endeavours.Continue...

Feminist paintings critique current politics

Who would paint a nude portrait of Stephen Harper? Kingston artist Margaret Sutherland would.Continue...

Superstitions make for diverse stories

Dozens of students turned out to share spooky stories and dress up at Tuesday’s Viva Voce coffeehouse event “Superstitions.”Continue...

Staging human vulnerability

As audience members entered the Reading Room with seat numbers in hand, I felt I was mentally prepared for Sarah Kane’s inevitably intense 4.48 Psychosis. I was wildly mistaken.Continue...

Embracing the emotions behind dance

Student artist Meaghan Gallant has spent her life immersed in dance, but says it was at Queen’s that she connected most with the personal side of the art form.Continue...

Queen’s prof nominated for national Governor General’s Literary Award

Armand Ruffo, Queen’s professor and author of Norval Morrisseau: Man Changing into Thunderbird, is one of five Canadian writers nominated for this year’s Governor General’s Literary Award for non-fiction.Continue...

Queen’s divas take over the Grizzly Grill

Queen’s Musical Theatre’s (QMT) first cabaret of the year was electric.Continue...

Open your mind to open mics

Open mic events are an easy way to get involved with the Kingston arts community.Continue...

Art history flashback

The Middle Ages, Renaissance and Baroque eras were revisited with stunning musical accompaniment in Sound Structures at St. George’s Cathedral on Sunday.Continue...

Re:Vers-ing sexual relationship norms

Amidst the hot summer months, a handful of Queen’s students banded together to start a riot — more specifically, the Riot Theatre company.Continue...

A fresh lens in the photography world

Whether she’s taking fashion portraits of her friends or photos for Queen’s Players, photographer Sophie Barkham finds a creative outlet wherever she goes.Continue...

The sounds of Kingston

Kingston’s local talent it just as good off-stage.Continue...

Bringing together books and beers

Books & Beers for Twentysomethings is Kingston Frontenac Public Library’s fun, new way of encouraging youths to engage with literature and the Kingston community.Continue...

Bridging the breakdancing community

MacGillivray-Brown Hall isn’t a place you’d expect to find break-dancers streaming in from Toronto, Montreal and Korea.Continue...

Hart House collection comes to Agnes

The Agnes guided audiences through Canada’s history using the power of art at the Frances K. Smith Public Talk in Canadian Art last Sunday.Continue...

QPOP! packs a punch

Last weekend, QPOP! breathed life into campus' nightlife.Continue...

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