Artist

Queen’s alumnus wins emerging artist grant

Earlier this month, Queen’s alum and local artist Katharine Vingoe-Cram was named the recipient of the 2016 Nan Yeomans Grant for Artistic Development, awarded annually by the Kingston Arts Council.Continue...

Zobary a growing musical talent

It’s not every day you hear a cover so good you wonder why anyone would listen to the original.Continue...

Spoken word artist opens up conversation about blackface

In 2005, a white Queen’s student painted her face black for a “Miss Ethiopia” Halloween costume.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...

Nick Faye’s resonant sound

A good artist will often cope with the everyday struggles of life by channeling their experiences, feelings and thoughts into their music, and that’s exactly what singer-songwriter Nick Faye does.Continue...

Art outside the gallery

Visual artist Ben Darrah’s work has been displayed at venues across North America and Europe.Continue...

Nostalgia, etchings and artistic pursuits: An interview with Emily Carlaw

Sometimes refraining from doing the thing you love makes you realize where your true passion lies.

Emily Carlaw, BFA ’13 and B.Ed ’14, said she felt a longing for artistic creation while...Continue...

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