Book Club featuringThe Vimy Trap: Or, How We Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Great Warby Ian McKay and Jamie Swift Date: Thursday, 4 October 2018 Time: 7-8 pm, followed by a viewing of the exhibition Location: Agnes Etherington Art Centre World War I, and the Battle of Vimy Ridge in particular, signify major chapters in […]
PeaceQuest is excited to work with the entire Kingston arts community on initiatives that will engage the community and will encourage discussion.
We encourage artists from all disciplines to get involved by creating or programming peace-themed works during 2014 to 2018.
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Thank you to the Community Foundation for Kingston and Area for supporting our upcoming Imagining Peace Gathering in November! The support received will enable us to offer additional opportunities for youth and community engagement. Looking forward to a beautiful and engaging event! You can learn more about this event or buy tickets at peacequest.eventbrite.ca […]
PeaceSong: Building Bridges — Starts April 26 — Register Now! Like to sing? Want to bring more peace to your life and our world? Interested in working with folks from diverse communities? Then PeaceSong: Building Bridges is for you! Join local singer-songwriter and Unitarian Universalist minister, Wendy Luella Perkins in this FREE eight-week community arts program in the North End. Thursdays, 11:00-1:30pm April 26 –June 28, 2018 […]
Following the 2:30PM performance on Saturday March 17th of Armstrong’s War, join Theatre Kingston and PeaceQuest for a talkback featuring featuring the artists from Armstrong’s War and special guest Dr. Geoffrey Hodgetts. Dr. Hodgetts is a professor of Family Medicine at Queen’s University. He has taught extensively on the impact of conflict on health. For two decades, Dr. Hodgetts has […]
PeaceQuest present as Parliamentarians recognize Nobel Peace Prize recipients By Joe Gunn It is rare for a Canadian to be presented with the Nobel Peace Prize. It is also rare for women to be the recipient of such an honour. Yet, such was the case on December 10th, 2017 when Toronto resident Setsuko Thurlow traveled […]