Local vegan film festival set to ramp up global profile
About 100 vegan and vegan-curious people attended the second annual Ottawa International Vegan Film Festival at Ben Franklin Place in Nepean on Oct. 6 to see a selection of the best vegan-themed films of the year. And if the festival’s founder follows through on his plans, the event — which…
‘Music councillor’ Jeff Leiper calls city council ‘short-sighted’ for underfunding arts programs
Check out what “music councillor” Jeff Leiper had to say about Ottawa’s art programs
Spice celebrates a year of success for marginalized performers
Spice, a collective that hosts performance arts events for performers form marginalized communities, celebrated one year of success on Sept. 21.
Mòshkamo Festival a ‘long overdue’ celebration of Indigenous art
For Indigenous artist Natalie Sappier, the National Arts Centre’s Mòshkamo Festival was an important opportunity for healing — and incredibly long overdue.
Ottawa’s LRT stations hold city’s biggest public art project so far
Twenty-four artists contributed 21 works to fill the Confederation Line with unique artworks for the city’s largest investment in public art to date.
Behind the screen with CTV anchor Matthew Skube
As others are logging off their work computers, Matthew Skube is signing on and beginning his work day at the CTV Ottawa station. Karabelnicoff and Clark follow Skube and get an inside perspective as he anchors the 5 p.m. news and again at 11:30pm.
National Art Centre features work of renowned Vancouver artist for Pride
The work or renowned, Vancouver-based artist Joe Average will be on display at the National Arts Center in celebration of Capital Pride Week.
Ottawa Comiccon changes 2020 convention date to attract more attendees
Ottawa Comiccon announced it will host the 2020 convention in September, instead of May.