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Breaking News! The Tragically Hip has contributed to the Tett Cafe fundraising drive witih two tickets and backstage passes to their July 1st concert in Toronto! 

move at Scotiabank Nuit Blanche Toronto 2009. Photo: Omer Yukseker
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Renowned Canadian dance artist and choreographer Peggy Baker kicks off the first phase of an exciting 3-year dance outreach residency at the Tett Centre this August.

Circus Arts with Kingston School of Dance
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Have you ever wanted to fly? Or run away and join the circus?

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Modern Fuel's Media Artists-in-Residence Jane Kirby and David Parker are offering a series of workshops on emerging technological practices.

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Registration is now open for Arts by the Lake Summer Camp!

Tett Centre Site History
History

The Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning is a City of Kingston-owned heritage building on the Lake Ontario waterfront. It originally formed part of the Morton Brewery and Distillery Company, which was built in the mid-19th century.

Where is The Tett?

Map indicating the location of the Tett Centre.

Location details for The Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning in Kingston.

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What's happening?

The Tett has so much to offer. See our event page for all our upcoming events!

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About The Tett

Our aim is to engage the Kingston community in their artistic pursuits, with emphasis on education, organization, heritage and culture.

Support The Tett

Donations to The Tett assist in the promotion of Kingston’s arts and culture education, and play an important role in helping us to improve access to a wide range of arts experiences to enrich our community.

Rent The Space

From the Individual Artist Studios, to the Rehearsal Room, the Community Gallery and Activity Room, or the Malting Tower banquet room that seats 110 people in a gorgeous setting, the Tett is an ideal venue to host your event or activity.