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The Juvenis Festival

The Juvenis Festival is a project of Blue Canoe Theatrical that began in 2016. Juvenis Kingston’s Youth Arts Festival, one of only two youth arts festivals in all of Canada! Juvenis showcases the talented #ygkyouth ages 30 and under. This 11 day-long festival gives young people an opportunity to act,

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New arts grants available from the City of Kingston

Those looking to receive support for their artistic endeavours are in luck. The Kingston Arts Council has opened up applications for the Resiliency Grant. The Resiliency Grant is a new funding program supported by the 2021 Kingston Arts Council. “Kingston City Council allocated $200,000 in one-time funding to support individual

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Kingston business ‘Love Over COVID’ gets boost from Dr. Moore

Local entrepreneur Ken Foster has garnered attention since Dr. Kieran Moore wore one of his Love Over COVID t-shirts to his COVID-19 vaccination appointment yesterday. Foster, who said the tag line ‘Love is More Contagious than COVID’ came to him in the middle of the night about six months into

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Fall Art Courses

Registration is now open for adult and children art courses at the Kingston School of Art! Our fall term starts the week of Sept. 7th. Come and learn something new, connect with others, create something beautiful… and have fun! All ages and stages of artistic development are welcome.

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Pop Up Art Show and Sale at Glocca Morra’s Big Red Barn

On Saturday, Aug. 22, 2020, local artists will be safely gathering at Glocca Morra Farms & Studio’s Big Red Barn on Highway 15 for a Pop Up art show and sale. Nine artists and makers will be participating, and every one of them is excited by the opportunity to reconnect

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Bader family donates $54 million to Agnes Etherington Art Centre

Bader Philanthropies Inc. is donating $40 million USD or $54 million CAD to Queen’s University for the revitalization and expansion of the Agnes Etherington Art Centre, and to build a home for the Bader Art Collection, which holds almost 500 European paintings.  The investment, which is the largest gift Queen’s

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FOLDA: Festival of Live Digital Art

The Festival of Live Digital Art returns in an entirely digital form. We’re coming to you live from our living rooms this June and we hope you’ll join us as we explore what it means to present live work while apart. Events include: Green Rooms from the NAC English Theatre

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Queen’s Psychology issues public call for Indigenous art project

The Queen’s University Department of Psychology have invited Indigenous artists from Kingston and the surrounding area to submit qualifications for consideration to design, fabricate and install artwork. The work will be installed for permanent display in the lobby of Humphrey Hall/Craine Building during the summer of 2020. The project is

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Kid & Parent Throwdown | Pottery Wheel Workshop

Get muddy with your kid in our 2 hours pottery wheel workshop. No commitment, just a muddy good time!Make the most of Spring & Summer by experiencing throwing on the pottery wheel. Take a pottery wheel out for a test drive, no license needed!Thursday June 20th    6:30-8:30pmThursday June 27th   1-3pmPrice includes:

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A Message From Nature

In A Message From Nature, H’artists and Canadian artist Katherine Porter create a joyful side-by-side exhibit, visually depicting an important reminder: appreciate the small things. Join us for an afternoon and slow down, look close, and take in dozens of works including: pen & ink illustrations by H’artists, large new

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Live digital theatre festival returns to the Isabel this June

  The Festival Of Live Digital Art (foldA) will be returning to the The Isabel Bader Centre for Performing Arts from Wednesday, June 12 to Saturday, June 15, 2019. The four-day festival will be showcasing and exploring emerging digital performance techniques. Festival goers can attend headlining immersive performances such as

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Kingston Frameworks becomes family business

Kingston Frameworks has been a fixture in downtown Kingston since 1982. Thirty seven years ago, Wayne Morris opened the storefront at 198 Princess Street, offering the citizens of Kingston a place to look after their art and memories. While attending Queen’s University, Wayne worked part-time at Camera Kingston. He had

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