Check out some rad events below!
- Events this weekend
- Upcoming events
TONIGHT – FRIDAY November 26, 2021
QxSACK: TRIVIA NIGHT
Join Queen’s Sexual Assault Centre Kingston, a Queen’s affiliated club that works to bring SACK’s services to campus, for a trivia night.
Ban Righ Hall
QBAS: Being Black at Queen’s – Expectations vs. Reality
For first year Black students and allies. The Queen’s Black Academic Society welcomes you to their first Real Talk of the year: Black at Queen’s, Expectations vs. Reality.
QSDP: Game Night
Join the Queen’s Student Diversity Project for a game night. Prizes to be won! Registration required.
Tuesday November 30, 2021
Queen’s Centre (ARC) Room 506
QSDP: Holiday Paint Night
Join the Queen’s Student Diversity Project to relax and paint your favourite parts of the holidays! An opportunity to meet new people on campus. Registration required.
Friday December 3, 2021
1:00pm – 2:30pm
THE AGNES: History is Rarely Black or White Speaker Series.
Black Bodies, White Gold: Unpacking Slavery and North American Cotton Production
The global thirst for cotton was fueled by the atrocities of the Transatlantic Slave Trade. Anna Arabindan Kesson will join History Is Rarely Black or White curator Jason Cyrus and conservator Anne-Marie Guérin to discuss the ways in which they harnessed science, conservation, and historical research to spotlight the Black life at the core of the Victorian cotton industry.
Saturday December 4, 2021
9:00am – 1:45pm
Rideau Heights Community Centre, 85 MacCauley St.
Loving Spoonful, The Kingston Indigenous Languages Nest: Indigenous Food Sovereignty Workshop
The Kingston Indigenous Languages Nest is hosting a workshop centred around Indigenous food sovereignty. This event will be a great opportunity to discuss topics such as land access and sustainable agriculture, and to brainstorm about land-based experiences for the next year.
UPCOMING: January 14 2022, February 11 2022
Agnes Etherington Art Centre: History is Rarely Black or White Speaker Series
This is an online speaker series on topics connected to the exhibition History Is Rarely Black or White. The two remaining talks, in chronological order, are as follows:
- Fully Known: Cotton Production, Black History, and the Canadian Experience with Charmaine Nelson and Shannon Prince
- Style as Armour: Identity, Clothing, and Self-Fashioning in History Is Rarely Black or White with Julie Crooks and Nigel Lezama
UPCOMING: January 27 – February 5, 2022
REELOUT QUEER FILM FESTIVAL
Get ready for an amazing line-up of queer films! More information to come soon… 🙂