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Dream-like photography

In Lorna Bauer’s photography collection, Soleil, simplicity trumps complexity.Continue...

Nature meets fantasy

With a particular focus on nature, fairy tales and the secrecy of the human mind, artist Rebecca Cowan’s series Nymphs - New Works in Mixed Media is the epitome of thought-provoking art.Continue...

Animal illustrations tell human stories

From June 19 to July 14 at Studio 22, author and illustrator Wallace Edwards is displaying his creative process as a cycle of ups and downs, propelled by his boundless energy to brainstorm ideas.

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Mixed up in Pot-Pourri

Tucked away in the offices of Queen’s Department of Cultural Studies is the experimental art space and lounge called “Pot-Pourri: A Collegiate Exhibition” in Mac-Correy B176.Continue...

Winter light show illuminates Kingston

Winter can be a gloomy time for most, especially with second semester picking up, but Lumina Borealis is dedicated to reigniting the winter spirit.Continue...

A thought-provoking bookshelf

We all know you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, but can you judge its author?Continue...

Off the walls, Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects

Immediately struck by the otherworldly feel of the minimalist design and blood red pattern painted on the walls, Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects had me questioning whether I had stepped back in time.Continue...

Lost in living glass at Dale Chihuly’s Toronto exhibit

The other week, I found myself gawking at glass. This wasn’t just any glass — they were massive, intensely-coloured, blown glass objects at the CHIHULY exhibit in the Royal Ontario Museum, ROM.Continue...

The making of a gallery

Take a moment and try to calculate the number of hours you’ve spent in Stauffer during your time at Queen’s. Likely you’re in the triple digits.Continue...

Seven photos by seven artists

In a photograph, the world appears to have stopped. But in reality, people and objects on the other side of the lens continue to move.Continue...

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