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Join us in Kingston for Happy Hour on April 26th! The first Happy Hour Pub Series will be hosted on Wednesday, March 26, 2017 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. at the Tir Nan Og, 200 Ontario Street. Please come join us!The Happy Hour Pub Series occur once a month. This is an opportunity to: 1. Bring your work colleagues or classmates and rejuvenate your day with happy hour 2. Meet new contacts and socialize the rush hour away 3. Blow…
‘What are the policy challenges that have shaped and continue to impact the Canada of today?’ and ‘What are the emerging challenges facing public policy in Canada; and how do we begin to develop solutions to these challenges?’ Registration is FREE and begins at 8:30 AM
Interconnection: Navigating People, Society, and Culture April 28, 2017 | Learning Commons @ Stauffer Library The conference will include paper presentations, posters and workshops. Participants will receive feedback on their work from faculty and peers. All graduate students and upper-year undergraduates are invited! Potential topics include, but are not limited to: Media, Information, & Surveillance Criminology, Policing & Law Social Justice, Power & Resistance Feminism, Queer Theory & Intersectionality Critical Race & Indigenous Studies Whether you have a project that is completed or is a work-in-progress, we encourage you…
All seminars begin at 11:30 AM on Fridays in CHE117 unless otherwise indicated
This workshop will examine the roles and training needed to be a musical theatre composer, musical director and indeed singer/actor by tracing the evolution of a show tune from conception to presentation. How does one create a show tune?
Having spent the week working on event photography, participants can bring their questions to the second workshop. It is recommended that participants bring their own photographs to this workshop to share their successes from the week, as well as any questions they may with to ask for tips on improving their work.
Facilitated by Kay Kenney Date: Sunday, April 30 Time: 1:00pm-2:30pm Location: Isabel Bader Studio Registration: Yes Workshop Registration This workshop is geared towards anyone interested in experiencing a contemporary dance class. Working with a live musician paired with dynamic movement, and utilizing tools used for composition, this class will have you leaving the studio sweating and smiling. All levels welcome!! Requirements/What to bring Please be prepared to dance in socks or barefoot, wear comfortable clothes
Learn how to get your audience out of their seats and into the world of your show! This workshop will focus on site-specific and immersive staging, using unconventional spaces for performance, and some tactics, rules and ethics around audience agency in immersive performance.
Success By 6 Week is a fun-filled week of events and activities designed with the youngest members of our community in mind. It heightens public awareness of the importance of early years development and
provide opportunities for young children, their families and caregivers to “Take the time, make the
Facilitated by Claudia Pawlak Date: Monday, May 1 Time: 4pm-6pm Location: TBA Registration: Yes Workshop Description This workshop will focus on landscape photography as well as taking a fine art approach towards capturing architecture. We will be going over basic camera control settings such as ISO, aperture, and shutter speed to capture your image and further familiarise yourself with your camera. Then, the workshop will take place outside where we will be taking photos around Queens campus. By the end, participants will…
Facilitated by Dan Walmsely *This workshop has 2 sessions Date: Monday, May 1 Time: 5:30pm-7pm Location: Tett Centre, Rehearsal Hall Date: Thursday, May 4 Time: 5pm-6:30pm Location: Boys & Girls Club, Frontenac Mall Registration? Yes Workshop Description In this 90 minute session participants will explore the fundamentals of performing improvisational theatre including, how to do simple mime, scene creation and support your fellow performer.
n partnership with Reelout Arts Project, the Kingston Canadian Film Festival and KFPL, the Juvenis Festival will host a night of movie magic at the Screening Room on May 1, featuring the return of our 48 Film Competition "Rapid Reel" and a showcase of original short films created by youth called "KFPL Youth Shorts." Admission is free!! Grab some popcorn and see the awesome talent of young filmmakers in #ygk.
Sustainable Kingston is teaming up with Sherry Lachine, owner of Broadmind, a social enterprise that provides Mental Health First Aid courses in Kingston and area. We will be hosting a Lunch ‘N’ Learn with Sherry who will discuss why mental health matters for individuals in workplaces and what is currently happening in the community. We will also briefly address how mental health ties in with sustainability with regards to the Kingston community. Sherry is a certified Canadian Mental Health Association…
Facilitated by Melissa Prince Date: Tuesday, May 2 Time: 4pm-6pm Location: Tett Centre, Rehearsal Hall Registration: Yes Workshop Description Melissa's workshop will be focused on Dance for Musical Theatre. A dance workshop for all levels combining dance and drama. Melissa will cover the basics of dance and movement to emphasize storytelling through the dance moves!
Come drum and dance with Nomsa and Yessica! Relax during the free movement opening, followed by fun and dynamic drumming and dancing with Yessica's custom Mexica/Aztec inspired dance drums, then engage in amazing Latin moves such as salsa and samba with Nomsa! Don't miss out of this dynamic duo workshop lead by Nomsa and Yessica!
Speaker Series Small Business for Creatives: Social Media Join Melissa Eapen and Danielle Folkerts at The Kingston Collective as they team up with guest speakers for an exciting speaker series tailored just for creatives! Join the panel as they discuss and share their own experiences, careers, and tricks and tips of the trade. The series focuses on a section of different topics that aim to inspire, inform and educate small and growing businesses owners! The series will provide makers with…
Advanced Course is aimed at the more experienced providers, or a provider who has finished the Basic Course and wants more of a challenge. While it covers the same 6 core topics as the Basic Course (arrhythmias, shortness of breath, shock, altered level of consciousness, MI and cardiac arrest), it does so at a higher level of integration and difficulty. It consists of 10 high fidelity simulation scenarios that will challenge and push your cognition, team leadership and medical judgment…