Impressions of an immersive experience: Claude Monet’s works find a creative home in exhibition at EY Centre
Imagine Monet is an immersive exhibition of the work of Claude Money running at the EY Centre near the Ottawa airport until Sept. 4.
Dear Evan Hansen: A well-meaning musical with an unsatisfying ending
Capital Current’s Rodaina Ibrahim reviews the well-produced show, Dear Evan Hansen, that left some questions unanswered.
Celebrating Indigeneity in person: The Asinabka film festival returns to roaring applause
The 11th annual Asinabka Film and Media Arts Festival launched with a cheering audience.
IBPOC music professionals need more representation and inclusivity in the industry, panel says
IBPOC music workers gathered at the National Gallery of Canada to recommend improvements for an inclusive live music industry.
Van Gogh 360 immerses you in the art of a great painter
The exhibition Van Gogh 360 is now running in the Aberdeen Pavilion Thursdays and Saturdays.
Broadway Across Canada brings Dear Evan Hansen to Ottawa
Hit musical Dear Evan Hansen makes its Ottawa debut Aug. 9.
Jazz hands all around: Toronto’s Beaches festival makes musical return after two-year pandemic pause
Toronto’s Beaches Jazz Festival closed on a high note this past weekend.
You Oughta Know: Jagged Little Pill on new season of Broadway Across Canada shows
Jagged Little Pill is one of five musicals in the 2022-23 season presented by Broadway Across Canada in Southam Hall at the National Arts Centre.
Welcome to Adaawewigamig: New store in Byward Market offers a cultural touchstone for Indigenous youth
The Assembly of Seven Generations hosted celebrations in Byward Market for National Indigenous Peoples Day and their new store front.
Ottawa Fringe Festival returns in person to celebrate 25th anniversary
Ottawa Fringe Festival is returning in person after two years to celebrate 25th anniversary.
Back in person, the NAC Indigenous Art Market fosters a sense of community
The NAC Indigenous Art Market allowed culture and community to meet during National Indigenous History Month.
Self-publishing trend surges amid pandemic demand for new literature
Self-publishing is gaining traction as writers turn away from traditional publishers and take charge of their own books.