Part 1. Location: Grant Hall. Video contains several music pieces performed by different parts of the Faculty of Music. Begins with two pieces by the wind ensemble. Afterwards the choral ensemble performs. Finally, the symphony orchestra performs. Part 2. Video begins with a performance by the symphonic band. Afterwards, the chamber singers perform. Finally, the jazz ensemble performs three pieces.
Part 1. Main Speaker(s): Justice Archie Campbell, Marcia Matsui, Michael Brown. Video is of a part of the 1990 Fogler, Rubinoff Advocacy Symposium. The panelists discuss issues with the legal system, focusing on the relationship between the defense and the jury. Part 2. Continuation and conclusion of the symposium discussion between Justice Campbell, Matsui, and Brown. The panelists answer questions from the audience during the last portion of the video.
Main Speaker(s): Constance Backhouse. Location: MacDonald Hall. Video is of a lecture by Backhouse on Clara Brett Martin, the first Canadian woman to be granted entrance to a law school. Backhouse talks about her journey to becoming a lawyer, the backlash experienced by Martin, and controversy surrounding her life.
Main Speaker(s): David Helwig. Kingston Waterfront Plot D. Video takes place after the last piece of Kingston's waterfront was purchased for commercial development. Video was filmed on the first day of development, highlighting the natural beauty of the area soon to be destroyed with narration by Helwig.
Main Speaker(s): Betty Gauntlet, Karen Ellis, Bill Tate, several children. Begins with clips from a theatre production of The Wizard of Oz at the Grand Theatre in Kingston. Afterward Gauntlet, Ellis, Tate, and several children are asked about their thoughts on the show, and the arts in Kingston. After that clips from a rehearsal of the Kingston Symphony are played.
Main Speaker(s): Samphan Usher. Begins with an interview with Chinese brush painter Usher who is asked about her opinions on the impact of the arts on Kingston, and how the local community suppotrs the arts. Afterwards clips of her painting are played.