The Whole Shebang Flyer Information
Mark your calendar! January 31, 1-3:30. pm Doors open at noon.Bring your family, bring your friends, and get ready for an afternoon of drums, musical monsters, ghost stories, aerial dance inspired by... Read More
Venus in Fur Advertisement
By Hollie Pratt-CampbellDavid Ives' play Venus in Fur could be described as a very ‘meta’slice of theatre on many levels –though perhaps especially for a male director like Brett Christopher, who... Read More
By Hollie Pratt-CampbellEach November, the Kingston Handloom Weavers and Spinners hold their annual show and sale, which features many of the different fabrics and articles of clothing members have... Read More
Shannon Brown
By Hollie Pratt-CampbellLanding the job of community engagement coordinator at the Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning was like a dream come true for Shannon Brown.“Everything that I’ve done in... Read More
kids having fun with drawing
By Hollie Pratt-CampbellUnsuspecting passersby found themselves drawn into the world of art and culture on Saturday, Sept. 27 when Kingston City Hall came alive with colour, hip hop and breakdancing... Read More
Brett Christopher
By Hollie Pratt-CampbellBrett Christopher has big plans for the future of theatre in the Limestone City.“My hope is that I can provide plays that are of a quality that can be seen anywhere in the... Read More
Tett Centre Postcard Front
The Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning (TCCL), a not-for-profit corporation set up to oversee the governance and management of the Tett Centre, invites interested members of the community to... Read More
Janet Ross - Dentist
By Hollie Pratt-Campbell When Janet Ross isn’t sitting in her dentist’s chair, filling cavities and reconstructing patients’ teeth, she can be found in the loft of her country home north of Kingston... Read More
Marc Lemieux
By Hollie Pratt-CampbellWhen Marc Lemieux walked into his first pottery class with the Kingston Potters’ Guild in 1990, he had no idea he was starting down what would eventually turn into a very... Read More
The Whole Shebang
Kingston Arts 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... Read More
Chantal Thompson
By Hollie Pratt-CampbellChantal Thompson had just moved from Kingston to Toronto to study at the Ontario College of Art and Design when she got the news that her friend and former bandmate Joe... Read More
Michele LaRose
By Hollie Pratt-CampbellMichèle LaRose is living proof that it’s never too late to follow your heart.In 2002, she left behind a successful, decades-long career in national museums and archives and... Read More
Baby and Man relaxing in the snow
By Hollie Pratt-CampbellIt’s no real surprise that Greg Tilson’s son, George, is demonstrating some serious musical skill (particularly for percussion) at the early age of eight months. Greg and his... Read More
Plenty of Watering Holes
By Hollie Pratt-CampbellIt may seem hard to imagine today, but Morton’s Brewery was one of seven brewery/distilleries located in Kingston throughout the 19th century, and as many as four operated... Read More
The Tett Centre construction site on March 3, 2014
Are you curious about the latest construction at the Tett Centre? The City of Kingston has recently released a video detailing the work to date and you can check it out here.
Gillian Baker
By Hollie Pratt-CampbellFor Gillian Baker, dance is life.“It’s kind of like breathing for me,” says the 15-year-old Kingston School of Dance (KSD) student. “I love it, but it’s beyond that, to the... Read More
Salon Theatre
By Hollie Pratt-CampbellWhen Anna Sudac moved from Kingston to Toronto to study musical theatre in 2003, she always hoped that she might someday return to the Limestone City to live and work after... Read More
Steel decking on west roof slope
The renovation and rejuvenation of The J K Tett Arts Complex has been in progress for many years. The City of Kingston purchased the circa 1820’s site in 1971 at the urging of John K. Tett, then the... Read More