Curated by Vancouver-based Gitxaala/British curator, artist and writer Leena Minifie, When Raven Became Spider shows works by Joi T. Arcand (Cree), Sonny Assu (Kwakwa̱ka’wakw), Bear Witness (Cayuga), Shaun Beyale (Navajo), Julianne Beaudin-Herney (Cree/Mik’Maq/Métis), Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers (Blackfoot/Sami), and Jeffery Veregge (S’Klallam).
Following its 2010 premiere in Toronto, the first part of Diana Tso’s Monkey Queen trilogy has been popular at festivals, schools and libraries. Tso now brings the first two parts of the trilogy to Ottawa, where the second part will premiere.
No strangers to Ottawa, the band play a handful of shows in the Capital City every year to packed yet intimate rooms, the perfect setting for their dark electric-charged rock n roll sound.
The Women’s March on Washington might seem like a strange name for an Ottawa event, but this March is one of several hundred being held in solidarity across North America this Saturday.
This weekend, dancer Jonathan Renna will travel back to Ottawa with the National Ballet of Canada to perform in John Cranko’s Onegin at the NAC.
On this week’s episode, we take you on an uplifting journey with the sounds of local trance DJ Sheridan Grout. We also hear from Sheridan and from Zach Princi, the owner of the entertainment and lifestyle company, Eephorea, in anticipation of their upcoming event “Cirque”.
“Self care is not a luxury,” says Mandi Lunan of This Charming Mandi, and formerly of Auntie Loo’s.
This week on the show, we talk to creator/director Jessica Ruano and actor Leah Archambault from The Ghomeshi Effect, a new verbatim dance-theatre piece premiering January 19th at The Gladstone Theatre.
This week on the show, we talk to Ottawa Fury FC coach Paul Dalglish about what their new affiliation with Montreal Impact means for the club, and for soccer in the 613.
Prolific author, performer, spoken word artist, social worker, Kai Cheng Thom is coming to Ottawa in support of her latest book and first novel.
“I thought what it would be like if the audience helped us create these musical spaces. Every performance will be different thanks to the participation of the audience.”
Natalie MacMaster, Donnell Leahy and their children will be on stage at the NAC for a sold-out performance on December 21st.
The smash-hit musical Kinky Boots will be making its way to Ottawa’s National Arts Centre from December 27th to January 1st.
The first huge dump of snow usually hits Ottawa around Christmas Eve, and that’s when the rink season begins.
How do you say “Bah humbug” in ASL?