Come unwind, be artsy fartsy, and see the schoolyear summed up in creative work as ASUS Undergraduate Review launches Volume 29, in collaboration with over 30 student artists, clubs, and performers!
March 21st 7-10pm
The Grad Club (19+); all ages until 8:30pm only
Entry by Donation/PWYC
Celebrate student music and artists with a ~Bohemian Party~ twist!
All year long, Queen’s students in all disciplines have been putting hard work and passion into creating the multitude of works that make up this year’s Undergraduate Review VOLUME 29. You’ll be able to pick up a copy of the publication (also by donation) — the perfect staple for any office or coffee table! Want to also get a henna tattoo? Pose for a few photos? Buy some artsy decor and apparel, or check out some of the various arts-related clubs on campus to get involved with next year? The event will also be filled with tons of booths from student vendors, artists and clubs that you won’t want to miss! There will also be an Open Mic portion of the night, as well as feature performances from Queen’s’ favourite student musicians and bands.
STAY TUNED and click “GOING” to receive more details featuring performers, booths, and Volume 29 over the next few weeks…
Hope to see you there! Cha Gheill 🎨 🎭 🎬 🎼 ✏️
Join us for this *SPECIAL BONUS EDITION* of our Ideas on Tap Speaker Series. This week, the Faculty of Arts and Science presents Dr. Warren Mabee, professor of Geography and Planning and Policy Studies, with a talk about the public discourse surrounding oil pipelines. 7pm start Free Admission
Direct from Havana: Telmary
With special guests Reimundo Sosa (congas), Kingston’s DJ eFe eMe and more musicians TBA
Telmary Diáz is Havana’s premiere hip hop artist and jazz poet. She has recorded two discs, multiple videos, and has performed all over the world with musicians as diverse as Ibeyi, Africa Bambataa and Dr. John.
She has lived in Toronto and Havana, and her music combines the best of traditional Cuban and Afro-Cuban sounds and contemporary global hip hop.
Tickets: $12 in advance $15 at the door. Advance tickets available at the Grad Club, 162 Barrie Street
A portion of the proceeds go to the Queen’s University Sonia Enjamio Fund, to support Cuban/Canadian student exchange.
Kingston’s valentines SLOW DANCE 2017!
Saturday, February 11th
at the Grad Club (162 Barrie st).
Doors, Dance cards and DJs at 9pm sharp.
Formal dress encouraged (but not necessary)
THIS IS OUR 7th ANNUAL SO GET EXCITED!
Our Slow Dance is always a raging and festive dance party peppered with slow songs pre-selected by DJs. These tracks are printed on dance cards that you can use to sign up for slow dances with fellow attendees. With DJ Dreamboat and DJ LK, as well as DJ Ben Nelson and DJ Haircut (the dudes you adore as PS I Love You), its sure to be “a night to remember.” A true adult prom and re-do of hilarious middle school dances.
As always, designated dancers will be making the rounds, adorned with decorative sashes, making sure that there are no wallflowers. These people are approachable and utterly babely. They’ll help you get into the swing of the evening.
Photo booth on sight!
**** Kingston’s own Mimi Osa will perform a few hits for you to dance to midway through the evening! *****
advanced $10 tickets available at the Grad Club as of Feb 4th!
Valentines Day doesn’t have to suck!
Join us for the first Soul Shakedown of 2017 as part of Reelout!
Saturday January 28th
The Grad Club, 162 Barrie Street (accessible)
Featuring: DJ Tomatillo, DJ Bluestocking and EfE eMe! More details coming soon.
Doors at 9pm. Admission is $8 before 10:30pm and $10 after with proceeds going to Reelout! Contact soul.shakedown.collective (at) gmail (dot) com for more info.