The Kingston Potters' Guild is holding its annual Christmas Show and Sale from November 23-26 at the Tett Centre. Support local arts and crafts, see handcrafted works of sculpture, ornaments and functional pottery made by our talented members. Stop by the Malting Tower room on the top floor, admission is free!

flowers and landscape  paintings

'Silent Pull' is a dynamic and inspiring new art exhibit by local painters Beth ten Hove and Susanne Langlois. Open daily from 10am to 4pm, Nov 25 through Nov 30. Opening Reception, Friday Nov 24, 6-9pm.

Woman drawing a model

Join Tim Rosillo every Thursday evening for life drawing classes. All levels of artistic experience are welcome. Expect an interactive and dynamic group experience. All materials are provided. 


Holiday Market at the Tett

2nd Annual Holiday Market @ the Tett. Whitney Haynes Designs and ten other artists, makers and local shop keepers will be set up in full holiday market mode. Thursday Nov 30 at 4pm to Sunday Dec 3 at 3pm in the Rehearsal Hall.

Platform Audience Development Workshop

The Kingston Arts Council invites organizations and individual artists that are interested in deepening their understanding of audience development and engagement to join us! Registration is required.

Sale November 23-26

Metal Rocks is a unique showcase of handcrafted creations, presented by members of the Kingston Lapidary & Mineral Club. Find us in the Rehearsal Hall Room on the second floor of the Tett Centre. Thursday, November 23 to Sunday, November 26, 2017. 



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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.

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What's happening at The Tett?

Life Drawing Fall Sessions-Part Two

Life Drawing, Fall Sessions, Part Two
Thursday Evenings 7-9pm, November 9-December 7

Metal Rocks

Sale November 23-26
Thursday November 23 to Sunday November 26

KPG Christmas Show and Sale

Thursday November 23 to Sunday November 26

Silent Pull

Art Show by Beth ten Hove and Susanne Langlois
Friday November 24 to November 30, 2017. Hours 10am-4pm daily. Reception, Friday Nov 24, 6-9pm.

Wednesday Night Workshops

Birds, a two part series with Peng
Wednesday Evenings from 7pm-9pm, 2nd floor

Improv Kingston Adult Improv Classes

Eight Wednesdays starting October 18th

Holiday Market at the Tett

Thursday, Nov 30 at 4:00pm to Sunday, Dec 3 at 3:00pm


Kingston Polymer Clay Group Drop In
First Wednesday of every month, 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

About The Tett

The Tett Centre For Creativity and Learning is an independenly operated Not for Profit, charitable organization. We are a welcoming destination in a city-owned heritage building where artists, arts organizations, and the community can come together to explore, create, and be inspired.

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 Rehearsal Hall, the Tett Gallery and Activity Room, or the Malting Tower banquet room that seats 100 people in a gorgeous setting, the Tett Centre is an ideal venue to host your event or activity.