News & Ideas
United Way Ottawa is hosting a networking event geared towards Ottawa’s next generation of philanthropists, change makers and passionate networkers, without the awkwardness.
Sugar Sammy is set to host the Just For Laughs Canadian Comedy Tour 2017 at the Centrepointe Theatre October 24 and 25.
Cycling studios in Ottawa show that joining a spin class is more than just exercise – it’s a space for focus, fun, and community.
Alonzo Bodden is performing in the Just For Laughs Canadian Comedy Tour hosted by Sammy Sugar at Centrepointe Theatre (101 Centrepointe Drive) from October 24–25 at 7:30pm.
From October 19, 2017 until March 18, 2018, the Canadian Biennial will run at the National Gallery of Canada. The Biennial provides the gallery an opportunity to curate a show of the departments of Contemporary Art, Indigenous Art and the Canadian Photography Institute’s acquisitions since 2014.
Fun did not miss Ottawa this weekend! Whether people are just getting into the Halloween festivities, looking for more a more artsy evening, or want to party all night long there’s something for everyone!
Japandroids play the Bronson Centre (211 Bronson Ave) on Sunday October 22 with special guests Cloud Nothings.
Re[place] Re[collect] is a project to archive in text and photos the memories and stories of seniors in Ottawa’s rural neighbourhoods. It is led by Brenda Dunn, a local community-engaged artist and local photographer Shawn MacDonell.
This past Friday, Freewheeling Craft and Makerspace North teamed up and hosted the first ever Pitch Party for local, modern makers.
No Way to Say Goodbye: Songs of Leonard Cohen runs at The Gladstone (910 Gladstone Ave) from October 25 to November 4.
On Tuesday October 24, The Walrus Talks Disruption takes to the National Arts Centre’s Azrieli Studio for an evening of meaningful and insightful discussion.
On October 19, the Enriched Bread Artists co-op will open to the public for its 25th Anniversary Open Studio. Based out of a 1920s bakery, the co-op will showcase photos highlighting the building’s history as well as pieces from their Ottawa 2017 project “Cut the Cake – Celebrate.”
Aaron envisions Birling Skateshop becoming more than just a store that sells merchandise. He is tired of mediocrity in businesses and believes that Birling has the potential to become a hub for a welcoming community.
Sarah Slean will be performing at the National Arts Centre on October 17 and 18. Apt613 contributor Maria-Helena Pacelli spoke with her ahead of her arrival in Ottawa.
Amanda Bernardo’s journey toward writing children’s books started when she noticed that many of them were lacking something. In 2014, she decided to remedy the problem herself and partnered with illustrator Samantha Clusiau-Lawlor to create Little Voice Books.