We talk with the multitalented Nicky Jean: a singer/songwriter, hip hop artist, and spoken word artist, from Montreal and living in Ottawa. You can find her on Soundcloud, Bandcamp, and Twitter. Apt613 Live is on CHUO 89.1 FM on Tuesdays at 6 pm. Tune in!
This week on Apt613 Live, Michaella Francom talks to Catherine Brunelle of Write Along Radio, a local podcast about all things writing-related. Kabriya Coghlan chats with Jamil Keyani about Art Battle, a live competitive painting event happening in Ottawa this Thursday. Thanks for listening! Be sure to tune in every Tuesday on CHUO 89.1 fm at 6pm.
This week on Apt613 Live, our contributor Chrissy Steinbock, chats with The Company of Fools director Catriona Leger. Catriona tells us about how their current play, The Comedy of Errors makes Shakespeare accessible and the inspiration behind the colourful set and costumes. Click here for a rundown of outdoor theatre in Ottawa this summer. We also get ready for Bluesfest with songs by local performers. Thanks for listening! Be sure to tune in every Tuesday on CHUO 89.1 fm at 6m.
This week on Apt613 Live contributor Jean McLernon sits down to chat with Island Park Distribution co-owner Martin Conley-Wood to find out what makes them unique. Plus we’re the fly-on-the-wall for a conversation between Jared Davidson and BIA chair Heather Garrod as they discuss this year’s Glowfair. Music as always throughout the program: we’re giving you a little teaser from folks who will be taking the stage at Jazzfest and as part of Ottawa Explosion which will be taking over music venues around town this weekend! Tune in to Apt613... | Continue reading article
We interview Kim Elmslie, organizer of the Just for Cats Film Festival at Lansdowne Park this weekend. Plus Catherine Brunelle brings us another edition of Back Cover Blur – a 90 second challenge featuring local author, Benoit Chartier, who wrote Red Nexus. Listen in every Tuesdays at CHUO 89.1 FM – 6:00 pm.
CreativeMornings est une série de déjeuners mensuels pour les créatifs ayant généralement lieu tous les derniers vendredis de chaque mois. C’est la New-Yorkaise Tina Roth Eisenberg qui a initié le mouvement en 2008 avec la volonté de créer un évènement régulier et accessible à toute la communauté créative de la ville. Le concept de chaque événement était, et est resté très simple : un déjeuner puis une petite conférence autour d’un thème précis et tout le monde regagne son travail ensuite. Depuis, l’idée a germé dans de très nombreuses villes du... | Continue reading article
Hey kids! Well the mercury’s rising-but there’s no need to go to Bruce Willis sized extremes to beat the heat. Just sit back and take a load off with Apt613 Live! This week on Apt613 Live contributor Mariette Delevallée chats with Michael Grigoriev and Sharif Virani about Creative Mornings to find out more about the program that gives your snooze button a rest and ensures that whatever side of the bed you’ve hopped out of-it’s the right one! Plus I chat with Kayla Spagnoli of the Feminist Twins to find... | Continue reading article
Tonight on Apt613 Live our contributor Kabriya Coghlan interviews Sean Xio and Sheena Kalmakova about this year’s Ravenswing Arts & Music Fair taking place Sunday May 24th at Minto Park. Plus we chat with Amy Jenkins about the annual OAG silent auction fundraiser le pARTy which kicks off a new season of supporting local artists this Thursday May 21st (today!) at Arts Court. Music from Ponygirl (new single!), Pipahauntas, Robots!Everywhere! and Jen Lane& John Antoniuk. Tune in to CHUO 89.1 FM every Tuesday night from 6pm.
Hey kids! May has arrived in all its glory. The perfect opportunity to open up some windows, let the fresh air in and tune in to find out what’s going on in Ottawa (and with a mere few months of good weather you’d better believe it’s a lot!) This week Live contributor Ania Szneps sat down with Saw Video director Penny McCann to get an idea about their ambitious Cultural Engineering project: how it got started and what they’re hoping it will contribute to the Arts Court redevelopment as we... | Continue reading article
Hey kids! For students everywhere April marks an incredibly stressful season of final projects, end-of-year exams and praying for deadline extensions. In essence it’s a one-month period where all of your energy is concentrated on being as creative and brilliant as possible: made all the more challenging when you take into consideration the fact that it’s also the month when a) you finally want to be outside but can’t and b) you’re forced to subsist on peanut butter, KD and whatever you can find in your fridge/cupboards that a few... | Continue reading article