Swiss German artist Paul Klee featured in Canada for first time in nearly 40 years
The National Gallery of Canada is presenting an exhibition of the works of Paul Klee.
Exhibition of photos at Canadian War Museum reveals diversity of soldiers in First World War
Far From Home is an exhibition at the Canadian War Museum that features photographs that reveal the diversity of the soldiers who fought in the war.
Architects chosen for Ottawa’s new central library
The joint facility between the Ottawa Public Library and Library and Archives Canada was approved by city council last year and is expected to open in 2024.
Insults fly in the bold, gritty world of Ottawa rap battles
The city’s battle rap scene is growing, culminating last month in the largest Ottawa rap battle in recent history.
A taste of Brazil waits just across the Champlain Bridge in Gatineau
As a Brazilian who has not been home for almost a year I will say that it was worth it. And of course, being able to speak Portuguese, made me feel at home.
Creating creatures and community on Ottawa sidewalks
Libby Abella is decorating the streets of Centretown with chalk drawings of magical lands, kind messages and Pokémon.
Pierre Théberge, former director of NGC, dies at 76
By Megan Harrison Pierre Théberge, a former director of the National Gallery of Canada, is being remembered as an important figure in the history of visual arts in Canada. Théberge is perhaps best known as the man responsible for the acquisition of the iconic Louise Bourgeois sculpture Maman. He was…