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A glimpse into our history

The AMS unveiled a 40-piece collection of framed archival photographs distributed throughout the JDUC.Continue...

Moving forward

The Artel is scrambling to find a new home after receiving notice from their landlord that they won’t be eligible to resign their Sydenham St. lease.Continue...

Powerful poetry

Queen’s Poetry Slam hosted their January slam event on Monday to eager audiences with an impressively diverse panel of poets.Continue...

Cultural harmony

The Justin and Elisabeth Lang Collection of African Art is an eye-opening arrangement of masks, statues and photographs that capture the diversity of African cultures.Continue...

A Queen’s comic to come

Two years after the formation of the Queen’s Comic Book Legion (QCBL), the club has officially created a brand-new series of comic books about Queen’s that will represent the student experience in a fun, exaggerated way.Continue...

Landscape visions

“Go to Nature in all her singleness of heart … rejecting nothing, selecting nothing and scorning nothing; rejoicing always in the truth.”Continue...

A debut show in Kingston

Montreal-based, self-proclaimed “dirty pop” trio Nancy Pants puts their own twist on pop-punk music.Continue...

Making the ordinary extraordinary

Fine art student Iris Fryer paints to transform mundane, everyday experiences into wistful, thought-provoking ones.Continue...

Art's 1,000,052nd birthday party

Art turned 1,000,052 years old over the weekend. Don’t they grow up so fast?Continue...

AEAC hosts seasonal exhibition launch

Last Thursday night, the Agnes was a full house buzzing with chatter and excitement for their winter launch.Continue...

Existere performance proves funny and informative

Last weekend, Queen’s Existere presented their new show Excetera VIII to energetic audiences, and it proved to be quirky, informative and, most importantly, funny.Continue...

New band brings the heat

Rock singer Logan Nubs Brown sold out his debut EP at his first show with his newly-formed band NUBS last summer.Continue...

Alternative tunes

Local sound artist Big River Dream “makes strange sounds and probably nice ones too,” according to the Facebook description of the event I attended on Tuesday evening, and I tend to agree.Continue...

Panelists discuss architecture and surveillance

Little did we know how much surveillance technology, architecture and the history of warfare had in common until Charles Stankievech and David Murakami Wood came together.Continue...

Sci-fi art leaves viewers intrigued at Agnes

University of Toronto architecture graduate Charles Stankievech’s exhibition entitled “Monuments as Ruin” has captivated audiences since its opening at Agnes Etherington Art Centre (AEAC) on Jan. 10.Continue...

Montreal artist celebrates John A. Macdonald’s life

SALON Theatre productions used art as a fuel to inspire conversation about Sir John A. Macdonald with their weeklong SirJohnA2015 project.Continue...

Legally Blonde: The Musical makes its debut

Presented by Queen’s Musical Theatre, Legally Blonde: The Musical is an engaging story about success, femininity and embracing who you are in society as well as in your profession.Continue...

Dark expression

For fourth-year fine arts student Morgan Campbell, making art has always come naturally.Continue...

Art and nature

Nestled within the walls of the Agnes Etherington Art Centre, “I Hope Humanity…” is a meaningful exhibition that makes a sobering point about humanity’s destructive impact on the global environment.Continue...

A diverse collection of works

Studio 22 Open Gallery always displays and encourages innovative and unusual artwork in their space on King Street East.Continue...

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