Earlier this year, Carleton University artist-architect Manuel Baez and glass artist Charlynne Lafontaine won a Heritage Canada national competition to design and construct an installation for the Portage Bridge Plaza. A sneak peek of the Gather-Ring was held at Makerspace North.
Greg Houston is an Ottawa based comic who has performed at just about every festival the city has to offer. This summer, he is the MC at Yuk Yuks Summer Comedy Competition.
With one week before their sixth edition, there’s still plenty of time to discover artists in the Arboretum Festival lineup.
We asked our contributors for their favourite food trucks and their answers did not disappoint!
Contest: Win tickets to see Ottawa Fury FC play first place Charlotte Independence at TD Place on Saturday night.
It’s that time again, folks: the Weekend Roundup has arrived. Coming off a short week, we’ve a short list of this weekend’s goings ons for you.
Soap2Hope is an Ottawa-based social enterprise, raising funds to provide clean and sustainable drinking water in the Mukuni Village, Zambia.
Sitar, danse, musique, et nourriture indienne seront au rendez-vous pour cette 6e édition du Festival de l’Inde d’Ottawa. Cet événement de trois jours débutera le vendredi 11 août et se terminera le dimanche 13 août en soirée. Il est prévu d’y voir des milliers de personnes pour célébrer la splendeur multiculturelle et le patrimoine de l’Inde.
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? […]
Asinabka is an annual Indigenous film and media arts festival taking place here in Algonquin territory from August 9-13. This year will be the 6th edition, and like all previous years, expect fresh and dynamic content not only from Canada but all across the world.