Kaylie Hatashita and John Shibley are co-founders of Rhopalo Circo Project. Shibley, 25, who is a tumbling and trampoline instructor at a local gymnastics gym, says the goal of their newly launched organization is to “use circus as a tool for social change.”
Jeff Thomas is a self-taught professional photographer working to create conversation about Indigenous experience.
Artist Francis Montillaud is preparing public sculptures that will be part of the Elgin Street landscape.
This past weekend marked annual Tartan Day which is a North American celebration of Scottish heritage. In Ottawa, the day was marked by a range of festivities on Parliament Hill. On April 7, the Sons of Scotland Pipe Band marched from the Lord Elgin Hotel to the Centennial Flame, where…
Indigenous peoples are reconnecting to the traditions of maple syrup production and collaborating with other producers.
The play The Pigeon King that was created and first performed at the Blyth Festival in 2016, based off the true story of Arlan Galbraith and Pigeon King International, is coming to the NAC at the end of April.
A new creative hub is coming to Ottawa. Many in the film and television industry stand to benefit.
The Nebula Organ Trio makes cool jazz with a vintage instrument.
Developer’s proposal for Chateau Laurier addition is denied by Heritage Ottawa.
A sure sign of spring is the announcement of the lineup for the 25th anniversary RBC Ottawa Bluesfest.