Produced by the City of Ottawa’s Museums and Heritage Programs Unit in partnership with the Cultural Education Centre at Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg First Nation, the exhibit presents pre-contact and historical archaeology related to Ottawa and surrounding areas. Archaeological treasures from the City of Ottawa museums archaeology collection, as well as many artefacts uncovered and preserved during the LeBreton Flats redevelopment project, will be showcased. There will be a special focus on objects related to the history of childhood from the École Sainte-Famille site. They will paint a picture of the city’s history and tell the stories of those who came before us.
- Capital Pride: Dykes Shaping the Arts at Ottawa Dyke March—08.25.18
- Stranger Things: Roger Ballen’s first Ottawa exhibition sheds light on a master of the dark—until 09.23.18
- Gig Photos: Bon-Fire 2018
- Capital Pride: Venus Envy’s gallery provides a unique space for less represented artists
- Capital Pride: Special edition of Naked Boys Reading tonight—08.20.18