Visual art

Student artist trio explores together

How does experience define us and connect us as humans beings?Continue...

Clouds up close

Montreal-based visual artist Hannah Claus has brought the sky to Kingston.Continue...

‘Close to my Heart (Near & Dear)’ art show debuts

Francisco Corbett is pairing up with friend and housemate Alan Harman for an art show that infuses chaotic good with irony at Hoopla Press & Gallery on Oct. 26.Continue...

Don’t Worry Darling speaks to society’s obsession with perfection

Olivia Wilde’s new movie, Don’t Worry Darling, has been the talk of social media for weeks now.Continue...

Logos are art too

A great logo shouldn’t just sell you something—its purpose shouldn’t end with its function as a strategic tool.Continue...

Forworld Studios unveils first collective art show

Forworld Studios, a recently formed Kingston-based artist collective, launched their first collective art show at Kingston School of Art’s (KSOA) Window Art Gallery.Continue...

Local artist proving ‘Kingston isn’t boring anymore’

Long-time local artist Francisco C.J. Corbett is launching a new t-shirt collection under the motto “Kingston isn’t boring anymore.”Continue...

Froid’Art exhibit returns in 3D

After taking a year off due to COVID-19 restrictions, Martello Alley’s annual Froid’Art exhibit has returned for its seventh year.Continue...

‘Queen’s Refuge’ exhibition running through November

Queen’s Refuge: Refugees and the University is now on display at the W.D. Jordan Rare Books and Special Collections library until Nov. 26.Continue...

Public art exhibition celebrates Canadian filmmakers

A public art exhibition called Film x Design has been unveiled through the Kingston Canadian Film Festival (KCFF).Continue...

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