Sights & Sounds
In a world where speaking about feminist and environmental issues can be seen as controversial in some circles, Beneath the Tame, Gallery 101’s current exhibition curated by Lisa A. Pai, is a timely examination of history, women’s agency, and our connections and relationships to nature and to the land.
For many, this weekend marks the beginning of the holiday season and it’s safe to say you’ll get your fill of holiday cheer with everything happening in town. Not quite ready to welcome winter? Plenty for you too so read on and enjoy your weekend!
It may not be possible to climb into Maurice Sendak’s Where the Wild Things Are, but Drew Mosley’s solo show A Rebellious Nature is about as close as you can get.
An American in Paris is one of Hollywood’s most spectacular musicals ever produced. The legendary movie will be screened in the National Arts Centre’s Southam Hall, accompanied live by the NAC Orchestra, November 16-18.
The inaugural Ottawa Adventure Film Festival (OAFF) is taking place at the Mayfair Theatre on November 18 and 19.
Adam van der Zwan visited one of Old Ottawa South’s three remaining antique store locations and spoke with the owner, Peter McGregor.
Short films, groundbreaking collabs, world premieres and feature films are being screened at Mirror Mountain Film Festival. Tickets cost $5.
At long last, Timber Timbre will be bringing their Sincerely, Future Pollution album to Ottawa on November 16.
As part of the Grey Cup Festival, Ottawa locals and visitors alike can enjoy a three-night concert series which will feature a genre-hopping melange of music by an all-Canadian roster of some of the best talent this country has to offer.
The School of the Photographic Arts: Ottawa held a grand opening party for its new location in Little Italy on Friday, November 10. After 12 years in cramped conditions on Dalhousie in the Byward Market, the new custom-designed building opened its doors to the public with a gathering and musical performance by The Peptides.
The Dreadnoughts took over Maverick’s on Friday night with an awesome evening of folk punk music topped off with with an energetic pit.
Colin Noden: “The art has an authenticity your dad would approve of, but also a little wink in each piece.”
This weekend, the School of Photographic Arts: Ottawa is celebrating the grand opening of a new location at 77 Pamilla Street, off Preston Street in Little Italy.
Shane Koyczan is performing at the Bronson Centre (211 Bronson Ave) on Tuesday November 14 at 8pm.
Acroyoga, or “Acro” as enthusiasts call it, is a form of partner acrobatics fused with a hint of yoga, and it’s easier than it sounds.