The Red Bird is Live: Local musicians welcome new venue to Ottawa’s music scene
Red Bird Live, a new music venue in Old Ottawa South, hosts live performances, music lessons and weekly events to give local artists the spotlight.
Ottawa Art Gallery showcases uOttawa student works despite challenge of the pandemic and the convoy occupation
Abound was an exhibition of works by students from the University of Ottawa that went on despite the pandemic and the convoy occupation.
City selects South Korean artist’s ‘cozy’ depiction of home as public art for Centretown road reconstruction
South Korean artist’s depiction of home selected as the public art component of the renewal of Cambridge Street North in Ottawa’s Centretown.
Singer-songwriter Rachel Bobbitt brings her summer soundtrack sound to the NAC
Canadian singer-songwriter Rachel Bobbitt talks about her music prior to an upcoming performance at the NAC in Ottawa.
A poet’s progress: Award-winning Ottawa poet Deborah-Anne Tunney reveals her winding path to success
Ottawa area poet Deborah-Anne Tunney talks about Archibald Lampman Award win and her long road to being a published author.
3D films are an expensive gimmick for people with two functioning eyes, an exercise in frustration for me
Clunky glasses, pricey tickets, and an impossible to see image, 3D movies are the trend for people with two functioning eyes that just won’t go away.
French films find new home on Cinessance as francophone service aims to shake up streaming
Seeking out French films has been an ongoing struggle for francophones and francophiles; but with the recent drop of Cinessance, it may become easier.
Hollywood’s representation of Muslims causing more harm and doing little good
Movies and television shows mock Islam in the name of representation, causing Muslims to resent any type of representation.
Ghostly exhibit at Canadian Museum of Nature explores shadow of extinction hanging over vulnerable species
Shadowland is an exhibition of 15 artworks depicting the bones left by mammals. The series of drawings contain echoes of the slow extinction of species.
Little free libraries bringing joy of sharing to Old Ottawa East
Little free libraries are taking Old Ottawa East by storm.
They’re back: Movie-goers returning to the big screen experience in big numbers
The current rise of pandemic box office results across North America means the return of more big screen theatrical blockbuster releases.
‘A living thing’: The capital’s museums and galleries kept their fires burning during the pandemic lockdown
During the city’s lockdown, much was still happening within the walls of national and local galleries and museums.