Arts

The Embassy: Kingston’s holiest live music cafe

Earlier this month, Kingston residents made their way downtown to the opening night of the city’s most hallowed new music venue.Continue...

Queen’s launches new graduate arts programs

On Jan. 11, Queen’s announced the introduction of a new graduate program in the arts to give students an edge in the ever-competitive industry.Continue...

Snapping along to post-election blues

At this week’s Queen’s Poetry Slam at The Mansion, poets were encouraged to “Use Their Voice Now.” And voices were raised, mid-finals, to yell in unison about the inevitable apocalypse caused by president-elect Donald Trump.Continue...

Reading between the lines

Last Saturday, I had a revelation. Sometimes, sexism doesn’t manifest itself as words but rather a lack thereof.Continue...

Arts in October

From Kingston Writersfest to QPOP, and ReUnion Street Festival – here's what's happening in arts events for October 2016.Continue...

Watch: Skeleton Park Arts Festival with Lost Cousins

Kicking-off their summer tour this past week, Kingston’s Lost Cousins were back in their home town to play a free show for Skeleton Park Arts Festival.Continue...

Creative writing illuminated from the other side

“Language, which is useful in the province of the intellect is a relatively clumsy vehicle in the expression of emotion and of narrative movement,” Carol Shields wrote in her work Narrative Hunger and the Possibilities of Fiction.Continue...

Students struggle to access Isabel

Students attempting to use spaces at the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts often face large fees — at times hundreds of dollars — despite the centre’s mandate to enhance students’ skills in the arts.Continue...

A one-woman show

Ruth Oketch has the kind of infectious smile that makes it almost impossible not to smile back.Continue...

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