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Sarah Waisvisz imagines the future of Blackness through monodrama Witness Shift

When Professor Sarah Waisvisz first read Donna-Michelle St. Bernard’s intensely intimate play Witness Shift, she cried.Continue...

‘These families lost everything’: Nazi art theft, an overlooked part of the Holocaust

“Whoever controls the media, the images, controls the culture,” wrote Beatnik poet Allen Ginsberg.Continue...

Art is integral to Black Lives Matter: a conversation with Dr. Kristin Moriah

While social media activism is surging in the aftermath of George Floyd’s murder, art can be more crucial to the Black Lives Matter movement than Instagram stories.Continue...

Professor talks climate change and rising water levels in Lake Ontario

Over the summer, water levels in Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River rose significantly , affecting docks and other coastal infrastructure across Kingston, including the Gord Edgar Downie pier.Continue...

Professor diagnosed with breast cancer seeks specialized treatment

In the 19 months since her dear friend Allison — known to Queen’s Art History department as Professor Sherman — was diagnosed with stage two breast cancer, Jill Weinreich has rallied the Queen’s community together through a Giveforward platform, to fund Sherman’s fight for her life.Continue...