Ottawa artist’s portraits reveal personal stories of Second World War
Ottawa’s own Elaine Goble was present at the opening of her newest exhibition, “Homage,” which features portraits of Second World War veterans and survivors. The collection is on display at the Canadian War Museum.
Capital’s museums not requiring proof of vaccinations – except for dining areas
Many businesses started checking for vaccination on Wednesday as Ontario’s vaccine certificate system came into effect, but Ottawa museums will not be asking for proof of vaccination from visitors entering their exhibitions and galleries.
CityFolk, Bluesfest a ‘kick off’ for Ottawa fall festivals
Live music return to Ottawa with a successful opening weekend at CityFolk followed by a weekend of Bluesfest.
Stories from Living Hyphen magazine adapted for play at Toronto’s High Park
nowhen is a two-part auditory and nature-based play that was performed in Dream in High Park at Toronto’s High Park Theatre this summer.
Trans Canada Project gives transgender and non-binary people a platform to share their stories
The Trans Canada Project was started by Kelly Schwab and Cary Scott earlier this year to share stories of trans and non-binary Canadians.
Augmenting our reality: Ottawa ARt City is virtually painting the town
Ottawa ARt City is a digital visual arts festival that uses a locally developed app called Hidelight to allow people to see the artworks without entering galleries.
Past and present meet in Rembrandt exhibition at National Gallery
The exhibition, Rembrandt in Amsterdam: Creativity and Competition, at the National Gallery of Canada makes a strong statement about modern times.
Dreaming of Vincent: Beyond Van Gogh takes viewers into the heart of the artist
This summer the creation, Beyond Van Gogh, will dazzle visitors to to Aberdeen Pavilion where they will be immersed in 300 works by the Dutch artist.
Pictures in a pandemic: The 2021 World Press Photo exhibit shows the power of an image to affect our emotions
The World Press Photo – Exhibition 2021 at the Canadian War Museum fielded thousands of submissions from hundreds off photographers before selecting 159 to display.
An ‘immersive’ theatre experience goes from Paris to London to Lansdowne Park
A unique theatre experience, called C-O-N-T-A-C-T, is now on at Lansdowne Park where audience members can follow two characters around outdoors and listen to their dialogue on their phones