Touched by art: Legally blind Ontario painter makes tactile paintings to enhance the experience for all
Legally blind artist, Lynda Todd, presents paintings you can touch in an exhibition called Tap: Please Touch
City’s biggest art festival turns 31, survives pandemic upheaval
Ottawa’s biggest art festival was back for its 31st year following several cancellations and major leadership changes during the pandemic. Thousands of Ottawa residents passed through Glebe Central Park on the June 10-11 weekend to attend the New Art Festival, an annual event that invites multi-disciplinary artists from across the country to showcase and sell paintings, pottery, jewellery and other…
Living the dream: Ottawa artist Bob Waters celebrates solo exhibition decades in the making
At 68, Bob Waters has finally fulfilled a lifelong dream to feature his art in a solo exhibition.
A sweet double-double: Orleans café shares niche with a gallery and both benefit
Art of Bean, a popular café in Ottawa since its opening in 2021, also shares floor-space with a local art gallery.
Ottawa Jazz Festival recovering but more international travellers would help
Ottawa Jazz Festival is slowly recovering from the pandemic, but a lack of international tourists is stifling growth.