On Thursday, 24 November 2016, The KAC hosted the second KAC in Conversation event in the former Blockbuster Video building on Queen Street. Over 75 people joined a panel of out-of-town speakers,... Read More
Explore arts, culture, and heritage funding opportunities with local, provincial, and federal granting organizationsKingston Arts Council presents GRANT TALKS 2016, an evening of PechaKucha-style... Read More
What on earth is lapidary you say?  Lapidary refers to the cutting and polishing of stone. After purchasing a yearly membership ( $20 single and $25 family ), you can come to the club on a Tuesday or... Read More
If you have been visiting, or watching through the studio window of The Kingston Handloom Weavers and Spinners you have seen some of the Guild members busy preparing for their Annual Fall Sale and... Read More
In the summer of 2016 we hired Film and Television student Nikayla Van Asperen to create a series of promtional videos for the Tett. After many interviews and travels throughout the building these... Read More
Kingston, Ontario, October 3rd, 2016 - Victoria ButlerThe Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning is transcending the way arts and culture can be experienced. Among the many accessible programs the... Read More
Culture Days at The Tett: Hands-ON! Arts Engagement in KingstonAre you ready to celebrate Culture Days? The Tett Centre is actively preparing for this exciting, engaging 3-day event that is free to... Read More
Julie Leclerc leading an engaged tour group through the Tett.
By Victoria ButlerSeptember 2016This summer, the Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning opened its doors to give the public an in-depth look inside Kingston’s arts and culture hub. The tour,... Read More
Go Ahead...Gembellish Yourself!It's almost here. Kingston Lapidary and Mineral Club presents Gemstorm 2016 at Portsmouth Olympic Harbour on October 15 from 10 am to 6 pm and October 16 from 10 am to... Read More
The City of Kingston is thrilled to announce that renowned Canadian dance artist and choreographer Peggy Baker will be in residence at the Tett Centre August 22nd through 27th.  While in residence,... Read More
MOVE Photo Credit: Paul Webster
Last August, Kingstonians were honoured to have Canadian dance icon Peggy Baker begin a 3-year annual dance residency at the Tett Centre of Creativity and Learning.  During her 2015 residency, Peggy... Read More
Sheep Dog Trials and the Kingston Handloom Weavers and SpinnersThe 29th Sheep Dog Trials will be held at Grass Creek Park this August 5-7, 2016 and the Kingston Handloom Weavers and Spinners will be... Read More
 Summer Creativity Series Offers Exceptional Arts Experiences Victoria Butler June 28, 2016The Tett is excited to announce a new partnership with The Centre for Creative Learning! This collaboration... Read More
Kingston Lapidary and Mineral Club Gears Up For SummerOver the summer each year, the club shifts gears from meetings and adult classes to field trips and children.The Club has a few rock hunting... Read More
Ottawa is the capital of Canada – now.  But it has not always been that way.  In 1841, the Act of Union officially united the colonies of Upper and Lower Canada to form the Province of Canada, with... Read More
Surprise Mom With An Unforgettable Weekend at the Tett Art ExpoVictoria Butler April 15, 2016Don’t settle for a greeting card and a flower bouquet when you can delight in all the brilliance of local... Read More
A Stitch in Time: the Tett through the yearsVisit the Tett this April for an original vison of Kingston history. The Kingston Fibre Artists created a challenge for themselves, to depict the history... Read More
The Kingston Arts Council and the National Aboriginal Day Committee have teamed up to present Illuminations, an intergenerational arts workshop for participants 6 years old and up. Inspired by the... Read More
January 2015, we moved into the newly renovated Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning and our first year has been full of wonderful events, workshops, performances, new friends and now a bustling... Read More
To kick off 2016, the Kingston Arts Council, one of our tenants here at the Tett, is introducing a new program titled KAC in Conversation, an ongoing series of talks, podcasts, and blogs, that... Read More
 Juniper Café The Heartbeat of the TettIf you love your community, eat local food. That's the message from Juniper Cafe's founders, Jamie Hodges and Amber Thom. The couple, themselves passionate... Read More
By Brenda Biem LeifsoToday, it’s not hard to think of stretchy pant and over-earnest Zen Master types in dramatic contortions when anyone mentions the word “yoga”.But Yoga – the practice and the... Read More