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Getting in the ArtZone

The Agnes Etherington Art Gallery’s latest program will let local teens explore their artistic sides with the guidance of professional artists.Continue...

Existere pushes boundaries

Existere XXI evoked laughter and solemn nods amongst over 2,000 incoming first-years, as the troupe acted out skits on gender-neutral washrooms and the prevalence of mental health issues on campus.Continue...

Local theatre company re-teaches Canadian history

In Sir John A.’s Footsteps consciously refuses to whitewash or romanticize Canadian confederate history.Continue...

Global cultures collide in Kingston

A vibrant and raucous celebration of Kingston’s culturally diverse communities took over Confederation Park last Sunday, with art, dance and food from around the world.Continue...

Dave Monks gives solo performance

Dave Monks, frontman of Tokyo Police Club, confidently performed the second solo show of his career in Kingston.Continue...

A new spin on the summer book club

During the hustle and bustle of the school year, many students forget to indulge in a readily available pick-me-up: reading.Continue...

Prof asks poets to get weird

Kingston Summer Slam’s poetry workshop wants poets to get weird.Continue...

Celebrating Kingston's everyday heroes

The Kingston Summer Slam dares poets to conquer their fears.Continue...

The Kick and Push kicks off

This July and August, the inaugural The Kick & Push Festival comes to downtown Kingston, bringing six theatre companies together to present their crafts.Continue...

Devan & Khalid come home

Kingston artists Devan & Khalid returned to their hometown this month — and they say the town has left an imprint in their music and their hearts.Continue...

Wolfe Island Music Festival on the horizon

What started out 17 years ago as a party on a dock has grown into the intimate and beloved music festival on Wolfe Island.Continue...

Q&A with incoming writer-in-residence Emily Pohl-Weary

Emily Pohl-Weary, an acclaimed Canadian writer and literary figure, is coming to Queen’s this September to help aspiring student writers improve their work.Continue...

Train of Thought stops in Kingston

A company of artists are traveling west-to-east in a “counter-colonial” direction across the provinces. Train of Thought, a coast-to-coast community arts journey, pulled into the Kingston VIA Train Station on June 11.Continue...

Ten days to celebrate ten years

Kingston's Skeleton Park Arts Festival has come a long way since it was a neighbourhood solstice party.Continue...

Morris meets Musiikki

Kingston musician Chris Morris is a familiar face to Musiikki audiences, both for his welcoming persona and monthly shows.Continue...

Jardin'Art decorates downtown

The Jardin’Art event has turned downtown Kingston into an art gallery.Continue...

Shaken and Stirred shakes and stirs

The Union Gallery’s Shaken and Stirred exhibition features the work of Queen’s student artists, each completed over the course of a semester.Continue...

Queer wonderland

Deirdre Logue and Allyson Mitchell have created their own universe within the walls of the Agnes Etherington Arts Centre.Continue...

The Wooden Sky supports fellow artists

The Wooden Sky’s lead singer Gavin Gardiner says he wants to be sure he’s giving back to the entire music community.Continue...

Kingston's poetry revival

Kingston’s Poet Laureate, Helen Humphreys, will be offering one-on-one sessions for community members to sharpen their writing skills.Continue...

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