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...

Yipsugar takes unconventional approach to new album

Taking an unusual approach to making music and pursuing an artistic career, Yipsugar has always promised themselves they would avoid public concerts and social media promotion.Continue...

Studio 22’s posthumous exhibition of a celebrated artist

Studio 22’s March exhibit gives a glimpse into the past, revealing a lively local art scene.

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Tau Lewis nears end of campus residency

Tau Lewis, the artist-in-residence at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre, never planned on pursuing a career in art.Continue...

Commentary: Stitching into Feminism

As up-and-coming artists challenge societal expectations, cross-stitching is experiencing a feminist resurgence.Continue...

New art installation is more than just a garden

If you’re looking to play a game of cricket, avoid the new pitch nestled in between Mac-Corry and Ellis Hall.Continue...

A striking exhibition

What effect do your surroundings have on your life? Maybe this isn`t a question you ask yourself commonly, but one that Union Gallery’s new exhibit Striking the line will have you considering.Continue...

Review: Reveal exhibit showcases artists’ identities

When artists reveal what they think about themselves, interesting art comes out of it.Continue...

Reclaimed objects meets minimalism

On Friday, Montreal-based artists Emily Jan and Anne Billy made themselves at home in Union Gallery with a seventeenth century Dutch banquet table deluged with food and ornaments and walls covered in warm and homey textiles.Continue...

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