Conceptual artists Marilou Lemmens and Richard Ibghy presented their contemporary theoretical artwork at Modern Fuel Gallery’s new space in the Tett Centre on Wednesday.
With an audience immersed in the words of ardent story-tellers, “passion” was a fitting theme at this year’s fourth Viva Voce.
Modern Fuel will use their relocation to the Tett Centre as an opportunity for expansion and accessibility.
This year’s Cezanne’s Closet fundraiser brought students and community members together to support Union Gallery.
In renditions of stories, letters and dances, members of Queen’s School of Music showcase their operatic and instrumental talent as part of the Faculty Artist Series.
Queen’s Rotaract Club hosted their event “Trumping Poverty Through Euchre” featuring resident student musicians Devan & Khalid.
After 18 months of preparation, the J.K. Tett Centre is ready to be utilized by both Kingston residents and Queen’s students as a multi-purpose community arts space.