The Tett’s first Halloween is spooktacular!  Inspire your imagination with scary films, great music, community gatherings, and wild dancing into the night. We have something for everyone, so get... Read More
Hawk Eye View
 by STÉFYmcknight Hawk Eye View looks at the history of third party surveillance in North America. Considering Snowden’s revelations (2013), Hawk Eye View explicitly looks at NSA and CSIS sites... Read More
CULTURE DAYS AT THE TETT Friday September 25, Saturday September 26 and Sunday September 27th Join us at the Tett for three full days of free events celebrating Culture Days! FRIDAYDaybreaker Dance... Read More
Join us for an evening of storytelling! This Thursday, September 10 at 5 pm. A film screening and storytelling event will share Kingston newcomer youth’s struggles and successes with the aim of... Read More
move at Scotiabank Nuit Blanche Toronto 2009. Photo: Omer Yukseker
Peggy Baker, one of the most outstanding and influential dance artists in Canada, will be in creative residency in Kingston this month. The City of Kingston has collaborated with the Kingston School... Read More
Creativity Studio Artwork
The Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning has a number of exciting opportunities for Professional Artists including gallery and studio space to rent. Space to CreateCurrently there is one studio... Read More
A Compassionate World Starts With You!How do we change the world? By taking a stand for compassion, one person at a time.Join Tett Creativity Studio artist Yessica Rivera Belsham for a LIVE stream of... Read More
Tragically Hip Fundraiser
The Tragically Hip contributed to the Tett Cafe fundraising drive with two tickets to their Canada Day concert, and here's how you can take part.The Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning is... Read More
 Shake Up Your Wakeup!Mark ReinhartPhoto credit: Albert NerenbergImagine…It's early morning in the malting tower at the TETT, and the sun is rising through the permissive windows that line the space.... Read More
Now in its tenth year, artsVest Ontario brings sponsorship training, mentorship and matching incentive funds to selected Ontario communities. In 2015, Kingston is one of those communities. As a... Read More
Joe's M.I.L.L.
By Hollie Pratt-CampbellThe official numbers aren’t in yet, but library coordinator Roger Eccleston can vouch for the fact that Joe Chithalen Memorial Musical Instrument Lending Library (Joe's M.I.L.... Read More
HOW TO PICK A GOOD ARTS-BASED SUMMER CAMP FOR YOUR KIDS -Brett Christopher March has moved on which means that parents of school-aged children are furiously planning their kids’ summer itinerary. If... Read More
Alan Shain's First Day in the School Yard
Alan Shain will be joining us at the Tett on Sunday, April 26 at 2pm for a FREE performance of his one-man show, First Day in the School Yard. Shain’s work is “founded on a deep commitment to taking... Read More
Circus Arts with Kingston School of Dance
Have you ever wanted to fly? Or run away and join the circus?This six-week course will introduce students to the basics of working on the popular aerial silks. In the air, students will work through... Read More
Spring Chicken at the Tett
As a part of the upcoming Tett Arts Expo (May 9-10 - details to be released later this week), Fat Goose will be presenting "Spring Chicken at the Tett." Please see below for their call for vendors.... Read More
Celebrate Meme Jamming
Looking for something for teens this March Break? Look no further! Meme Jamming is here (and it’s FREE!) with an innovative program to engage youth in creating their own culture rather than letting... Read More
Tricia Baldwin
By Anita JansmanIt says a lot that Tricia Baldwin left her position of 14 years as Managing Director of Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra, where, by all accounts, she was much-respected, to come to... Read More
Librarian Emma Alls leads KFPL programming for children in the Tett's rehearsal room.
By Hollie Pratt-CampbellDespite the less-than-ideal weather outside, the Tett was buzzing with activity Feb. 7-8 for its inaugural weekend of programming.On Saturday, Theatre Kingston presented Drop-... Read More
Mohawk Native educating with a story
By Hollie Pratt-CampbellProgramming from art groups and creativity studios isn’t the only thing going on at the Tett over the coming weeks. The weekend of Feb. 7-8 also saw the kick-off of... Read More
Next week marks the start of the 3rd annual Spirits of Kingston Whisky Festival. This year it will be held  at the Museum of Communications and Electronics, Vimy Officers' Mess and the Malting Tower... Read More
Plenty of watering holes
By Hollie Pratt-Campbell It 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
Tett Centre Grand Opening (photo: Julie Fossitt)
By Hollie Pratt-CampbellOn Jan. 30, 2015, the 47th anniversary of the Vietnam War’s historic Tet Offensive, Kingston launched its own Tett offensive, of sorts – this one of an arts nature. At least... Read More
Leanne Lieberman at Kingston School of Dance
By Hollie Pratt-CampbellThis past month has been one of many ‘firsts’ for the Tett, as tenant groups and resident artists have been gradually moving into their new spaces and getting down to work. On... Read More
Shebang Workshop
Community group celebrates togetherness through movement, dance By Hollie Pratt-Campbell“Loose.”“Grateful.”“Not so old anymore.”Those are some of the words participants in Andrea Nann’s Whole Shebang... Read More
Sistema Kingston
by Hollie Pratt-Campbell Legendary Kingston musician Joe Chithalen had a dream that anyone should be able to learn how to play music, regardless of their socioeconomic position; that’s why Joe’s... Read More
The Whole Shebang: The Tett Centre Grand Opening One Show Only!City of Kingston and The Tett Centre for Creativity and learning present The Whole Shebang: The Tett Centre Grand Opening – a FREE event... Read More