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Series A - Fall 2019

Series A  - Fall 2019 - THE ARTS AS CHANGEMAKERS

painting with text  of word changeFive of Kingston’s / Canada’s leaders in Performing and Visual Arts explore distinctive and diverse impacts of the arts on our individual and community lives.


Series A – $70/person, 5 lectures
Series A & B- $130.00 per person

New: Lectures may have available seats at $20.00. Call ahead for single availability.

Where and when:

All lectures start at 10am and are held at Crossroads United Church, 690 Sir John A. Macdonald Blvd unless otherwise stated. See "Things You Should Know" section on homepage for other routine details.


Sept. 20-Oct. 18, 2019


Links to some of our speakers may be available here if  you wish to learn more.

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Sept. 20:
Dr. Mark Sirett, Founding Artistic Director of Cantabile Choirs

“Choral Singing: Beyond the Music-Making – Building and Nurturing Considerate and Compassionate Community.”

Sept. 27:

Ian Malcolm, Actor, Director and Dramatic Arts Teacher 
“The Transformative  Experience of Theatre for Performers & Audiences”

Tricia Baldwin, Director of the Isabel Bader Centre
“Socially Engaging Art: A Powerful Voice Promoting Human Rights, Awareness and Action.”

Oct. 4:
Katherine Porter, Founder & Executive Director – H’art Centre

“I’m IN(cluded)! The Importance of Accessible Arts For All Canadians Throughout Their Lives”

Oct 11:
Allison Fisher, Renaissance Art Specialist

“Sacred and Secular Feasting:How Renaissance Art Changed Food, Preferences and Etiquette of the Period.”

Oct. 18:
FDavid Prosser, Literary & Editorial Director - Stratford Festival

“Stratford: North America’s Leading Classical Theatre – Entertaining Us and Also Changing the Way We See the World.”

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