On at Cube Gallery this month is Paper/Papier, a “tribute” to the medium that has revolutionized our lives. If you are looking for an exhibition that pushes the boundaries and expressive limits of paper – this show isn’t it. If you’d like to see works by artists using a range of media such as paint, drawing, printmaking, […]
A musical show of support for keeping the Prince of Wales Bridge open to the public.
Du côté de la rive gatinoise, on retrouve le centre DAÏMÔN, un précieux joyau situé aux abords du ruisseau de la Brasserie. Le centre célébrait hier ses 30 ans d’existence et nous a permis en même temps de dresser une rétrospective d’une communauté animée par le besoin de s’exprimer par les arts.
You probably already know Ming. He is a champion of music, art, and culture, and brings enthusiasm and fun wherever he goes (which, as it turns out, is a lot of places). On Friday, August 26th, Ceremony, which usually goes down at Babylon, took over Shanghai Restaurant for the night. DJs Adam Saikaley, Eric Roberts, […]
Apt613 has heard from so many people over the past few days, about how much they love this bridge.
Judy Morris Dupont will present an artist’s talk on Thursday, August 18 from 6—8pm.
Par Cindy Savard Chaque année, le Musée canadien de la guerre héberge pendant quelques jours l’exposition qui révèle le meilleur du photojournalisme à travers une sélection de photos déterminée par l’organisation du World Press Photo. Visiblement, 2015 n’a pas fait exception aux années précédentes en terme de tribulations ; les thèmes qui ont fait les […]
Westfest, now in its 13th year, was a lively mixture of music, art, food, and fun. Our contributor Terry Steeves was on the scene to capture these photographs. Check out our interview with founder Elaina Martin on the festival’s history and future.
Compared to other cities around the world, Ottawa’s history is short but nevertheless interesting. We’ve evolved from a small town to the capital of a G7 country in a fairly short period of time. Many people have left their fingerprints on the capital, from Wilfred Laurier, William Lyon Mackenzie King, and more recently Jean Pigott, […]
Streetscape Memory Bank draws on Library and Archives Canada’s photographic records of Ottawa’s past to create a picture of Ottawa as it once was. Be sure to take a look at parts 1, 2, 3, and 4 of our journey through Uppertown, and check out our complete Streetscape Memory Bank archives here. In the 1913 […]
We’re pretty excited about this new space in Chinatown. The coffee is good – thankfully and the atmosphere comfortable. If that’s not enough, they’re also bringing live music to the hood. Total win. Ming Wu was there last Saturday for their first show featuring Telecomo, Whimm, Brave Radar and Homebody. For more on Ming, check […]
Local drummer and photographer Jamie Kronick was recently honoured with a grant from the Ottawa Arts Council. The Project X Photography Fund provides $1000 to help produce an Ottawa area artist’s photo-based project. Kronick received the award for his project 65MPH, which documents his experiences touring as the drummer of Ben Caplan & The Casual Smokers, playing 83 shows […]
On April 21st, Scattered Clouds and Suuns took to the stage at St. Albans. Ming Wu was on hand to capture these photos. For more on Ming, check out his website, radio show and Instagram.
Sunday was a day for being outside. Ming took to his bike and rode along the Ottawa River Parkway, stopping at the Prince of Wales train bridge to take these shots. For more on Ming, check out his website, radio show and Instagram.
The 14th Ottawa Community Record Show happened on Sunday, April 10, 2016 at St. Anthony’s Hall. It was a “chance to dig for rare gems and scour for deals on great music from every genre.” Ming was there. For more on Ming, check out his website, radio show and Instagram.