Janet Ross

Kingston Lapidary and Mineral Club instructor Janet Ross uses her dentistry skills to create works of art.

Marc Lemieux

Marc Lemieux of Black Dog Pottery shares his nostalgic love of the Tett and why both he and Sasha are ready to return.

The Whole Shebang

The Kingston Art's Council's Cultural Animator, Irina Skvortsova, is one of the many participants in a collaborative, multidisciplinary art project, The Kingston Shebang, set to take place at the opening of the Tett Centre.

Chantal Thompson

Find out from Chantal Thompson about one of the Tett's new tenants, The Joe's Musical Instrument Lending Library.

Michele LaRose

Michèle LaRose is living proof that it’s never too late to follow your heart.

Greg Tilson, Kingston Arts Council

Building generations of creators and patrons: Arts Council artistic director envisions thriving future for the arts in Kingston.

Plenty of Watering Holes

The new malting tower being built as part of the Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning is a very fitting tribute to the past life of the site.

Anna Sudac

SALON Theatre Productions member Anna Sudac shares her love of Kingston and of history.

Tett Centre Site 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.

Building Project rendering

Read about the latest update on the Tett Centre restoration here.

Where is The Tett?

Map indicating the location of the Tett Centre.

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


Room Availability

Requests for rental space at The Tett will begin December 2013. Learn about the available spaces.


Who's at The Tett?

About The Tett

The Tett rendering

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

Rent the Space

From the Individual Artist Studios, to the Rehearsal Room, the Exhibition Gallery, or the Malting Tower banquet room that seats 120 people in a gorgeous setting, the new Tett will be an ideal venue to host your event or activity.