Archive

Kingston Canadian Film Festival kicks off

This year’s Kingston Canadian Film Festival (KCFF) marks the 15th anniversary of the largest stand-alone showcase of Canadian film in the world.Continue...

The anatomy of sculpture

Inspired by the human body and her own experiences, Lindsey Wilson creates art that’s whimsical and expressive.Continue...

Rembrandt’s impact

Artists in Amsterdam is a startling visual portrayal of the myriad of influences that shaped the art culture in the city beloved by Rembrandt.Continue...

Illustrations between ice

A Queen’s alumnus is making the most of the winter season by bringing art to Kingston’s streets.Continue...

A new spin on an old classic

Two actresses put on larger-than-life performances in an unconventional play rendition of Jane Austen’s classic novel Pride and Prejudice.Continue...

Talking contemporary

Conceptual artists Marilou Lemmens and Richard Ibghy presented their contemporary theoretical artwork at Modern Fuel Gallery’s new space in the Tett Centre on Wednesday.Continue...

A passion for storytelling

With an audience immersed in the words of ardent story-tellers, “passion” was a fitting theme at this year’s fourth Viva Voce.Continue...

Modern Fuel plans ahead

Modern Fuel will use their relocation to the Tett Centre as an opportunity for expansion and accessibility.Continue...

Cezanne’s Closet raises money for Union Gallery

This year’s Cezanne’s Closet fundraiser brought students and community members together to support Union Gallery.Continue...

Queen’s School of Music showcases their talent

In renditions of stories, letters and dances, members of Queen’s School of Music showcase their operatic and instrumental talent as part of the Faculty Artist Series.Continue...

Campus musicians perform for a cause

Queen’s Rotaract Club hosted their event “Trumping Poverty Through Euchre” featuring resident student musicians Devan & Khalid.Continue...

Tett Centre opens doors

After 18 months of preparation, the J.K. Tett Centre is ready to be utilized by both Kingston residents and Queen’s students as a multi-purpose community arts space.Continue...

QHOchella sees a strong turnout

QHOchella brightened up Clark Hall Pub on Tuesday with friends, conversation and superb music.Continue...

Painting in positive spirits

Fourth-year fine art student Francesca Pang uses art as a means of emotional expression, and also as a way to let loose and have fun. “The fact that I get to make art is a fun thing to be doing,” Pang said. “And I love the fact that I get to go to my studio and paint in my space and blast music.”Continue...

High hopes for QHOchella fundraiser

Not only will QHOchella provide quality musical entertainment, but the proceeds are going to a valuable campus cause.Continue...

Campus bands play to energetic crowds at The Grad Club

You may have heard of the Will Hunter Band before, but you’re not likely to hear that name again.Continue...

Kingston welcomes BlakDenim for the first time

Vanguard band BlakDenim combines brass instruments with hip-hop beats to create wildly experimental harmonies.Continue...

Art fundraiser returns

Cezanne’s Closet is an art gala that will be held at Ban Righ Hall next weekend in order to raise awareness about art and fundraise for the Union Gallery.Continue...

Queer film festival comes to Kingston

Exploring the relationships, struggles and joys of young people who are discovering their sexuality for the first time, the Reelout Queer Film Festival comes back to Kingston this month with a selection of 18 independent films.Continue...

Love is Louder shows heart

In his newest album, Love is Louder (Part 1 & 2) , singer-songwriter Craig Cardiff brings us the best of both worlds.Continue...

Pages