fine arts

The State of the University

Over the past few months, our staff have dug into some of the most important issues affecting students, compiling them into this online format.Continue...

Student artwork below ground

The rebranding of Alfie’s brought more to the table than just a new name.Continue...

University ousts underwear art

The University has sparked controversy after it banned a student’s artwork at a high-profile donor event.Continue...

BFA admissions to reopen

Queen’s will reopen admission to the Bachelor of Fine Arts program for the Fall of 2013, Associate Dean of Arts and Science Gordon Smith said.Continue...

Fine Arts students protest at Summerhill

BFA students to present motion at Board of Trustees tonightContinue...

Program must make changes

The current media coverage regarding the suspension of BFA admissions for 2012-13 is not the publicity I had in mind.Continue...

Queen's students use art to cure quarantine blues

Although quarantine measures have many students feeling trapped, some Queen’s students are staving off feelings of anxiety or boredom by turning to art as a form of self-therapy. Continue...

BFA student uses art to push back against animal mistreatment

Kate Malenfant-McNeice uses her artwork to force viewers to re-consider their rights as pet owners.Continue...

Ada Yuewan Chen criticizes perceptions of beauty

Ada Yuewan Chen’s art is full of colour, spreading teal, orange, lavender, and pink across broad canvases to create smooth, blurred dreamscapes.Continue...

Queen’s BFA grad talks environmentally conscious art practices

BFA graduate Claudia Zilstra’s artistic work shows that environmental consciousness is applicable to every discipline.Continue...

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