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A Time Remembered

Erica Robinson, a Frontenac Secondary School, describes A Time Remembered as follows: This art project is a multi-year and cross curriculum collaboration, involving art and history students in grades seven through twelve. Through the power of collective community art, the students are bringing history alive to commemorate the hundredth anniversary

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Kingston Drones On

Multicopters, quadcopters and other such consumer-grade aerial drones are a relatively new phenomenon in Canada, while these camera-equipped unmanned aerial vehicles are increasingly offering breathtaking perspectives of cityscapes and countrysides from high above. Their application extends far beyond the stereotypical hobby shop tinkerer or RC enthusiast, as businesses have also begun to

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Guide to Culture Days 2012

Culture Days is a collaborative coast-to-coast-to-coast volunteer movement to raise the awareness, accessibility, participation and engagement of Canadians in the arts and cultural life of their communities. Thousands of activity organizers and artists volunteer their time and talent to present and coordinate free public activities that take place throughout the

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What if Kingston…

If you take a stroll around the campus at Queen’s University, you’ll be treated to a high concentration of outdoor art installations including Iron Man, Sakkarah, Thataway Again, Bent Yellow, A Minute of My Time, Untitled, and many more.  However, when you venture outside of the Queen’s bubble, you’ll notice

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Time

In the early 1970’s, members of the Kingston community suggested the city erect a sculpture in between the Queen’s smokestack and the water purification plant. In honour of Kingston’s Tercentenary (300th birthday), Ontario, Quebec and the federal government all made donations of about $50,000 each which was used to commission

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