A short but sweet half-hour set by Ottawa-based duo Etoile Noire drew a roomful of listeners into The Papery at Bank and Fifth early Friday night as part of Marvest, CityFolk Festival’s selection of locally produced music.
CityFolk Festival continued Friday night along with performances at various venues along Bank Street for Marvest, a feast of locally produced music.
One man show Matt Lorenz, aka The Suitcase Junket, put on a spectacular performance at CityFolk Festival’s RavenLaw Stage.
The Family Crest, The Wilderness, Jenn Grant, Nathaniel Ratecliff & The Night Sweats, Jack Johnson and more performed on a balmy September night for day 2 of CityFolk Festival.
Kaija, Ruth B, Allan Rayman, and Post Malone kicked off CityFolk Festival at Lansdowne Park.
Montreal indie-rockers Wolf Parade opened for Arcade Fire Saturday September 9 at Canadian Tire Centre.
Ottawa photographer Tony Fouhse’s exhibition SUBURB, the final part of his hometown trilogy, debuts at the Exposure Gallery September 8. His latest series of photographs feature scenes of everyday life in Barrhaven, where residents live, work and play.
Fuller combines photography, video and sound in an a eulogy to the white pine trees that were felled in the Ottawa Valley as a result of the British Navy’s rampant logging.
New Swears, Dilly Dally, Hollerado and Tokyo Police Club lit up Hopped & Confused Festival, despite the concert venue losing electricity for about an hour during their sets.
With three levels to the new gallery, there is a lot of art on display by 14 emerging artists based in Canada and the United States.
The Trews headlined opening night of the Hopped & Confused Festival at Mill Street Brew Pub. Apt613 will be back on Saturday night when Tokyo Police Club, Hollerado, Dilly Dally and New Swears take to the stage.
20+ artists showcased in the surreal setting of Rideau Pines Farm during Arboretum Festival 2017.
Photographer Jen Bernard met with Juicehead founder Sean Norton for a photo series and to learn about what led him to make the change from government work to cold-pressed juices. Visit her site to see more of her work. There is no recipe to life; no simple straightforward way to succeed, and what is success anyways? […]
InFocus will culminate in a photography exhibition on September 3 at Studio Sixty Six.
The World Press Photo Exhibition 2017 is at the Canadian War Museum for the tenth year running. The exhibition runs until August 13 and admission is free.