In October 2014, Ajmal Sataar travelled to Nunavut as part of a conference in Iqaluit, connecting people living in northern Canada with those living in the south. He returned feeling inspired, seeing opportunities for entrepreneurship among the youth in the territory. Sataar decided he would go back and help the young entrepreneurs access the same opportunities he had in business development.
Canadian band Arkells have come a long way from playing to an empty room at Zaphod’s, in 2009, to packing TD Place on a Monday night.
A new comic book Immunity Warriors: Invasion of the Alien Zombies is the brainchild of Dr. Kumanan Wilson, a doctor at the Ottawa Hospital and a professor at the University of Ottawa.
M, an interactive collection of art pieces by Mark B. Stephenson, promises to be creative, challenging, and playful.
The Art House Café officially opened on Friday, February 10 in a beautifully restored 140 year-old building across from Dundonald Park.
Barb Popel: “Theatre 4.669’s production of Un-Countried has restored my faith in Canadian theatre. It’s not often Ottawa audiences get to see a world premiere of such a well-crafted play. Rarer still that the playwright is a local.”
The Ottawa-based group received three nominations including Electronic Album of the Year and Video of the Year.
Jared Davidson: “Exceptional character work… [Burnt is] fascinating, clever, and immersive.”
Brian Carroll: “Crimes of the Heart is the darkest comedy I’ve ever laughed at.”
Si l’art abstrait peu laisser certains observateurs perplexes, je les invite néanmoins à se laisser porter par la poésie qui se dégage des tableaux de Diane Provost et à faire le trajet jusqu’à Orléans pour la rencontrer. Peut-être comme elle verrez-vous le figuratif se dessiner en filigrane.