City of Ottawa
It’s here, folks. The long-awaited, much anticipated By Day By Night guide… Brought to you by Apartment613. Developed in collaboration with our favourite local designer Steve St. Pierre, and through a partnership with the City of Ottawa for the Creative City Network of Canada 2013 Summit (starting tomorrow), By Day By Night is your source for innovative projects by artists […]
In last week’s article, we showcased the existing Arts Court building at 2 Daly Avenue. Now it’s time to switch gears and take a look at how the Arts Court and its surroundings will change over the next few years. At the heart of this transformation is the $34-million Arts Court Redevelopment project by the […]
Two visits are still not enough to absorb Chantal Gervais’ artwork. Every time you look at her pieces on exhibit at the Karsh-Masson Gallery in Ottawa’s city hall, you see something you didn’t see before and along with that a heightened appreciation and understanding why the Karsh Award’s jury selected Gervais the 2014 winner. Gervais […]
I’m extremely envious of the children and youth of today. What my younger self wouldn’t do for the playful apps I now hold so dearly, the insanely cool toys available, or the beautiful children’s books that line the shelves at Chapters. (Full disclosure: I wouldn’t be too overjoyed with the new apple slices option for […]
Consultations on the City of Ottawa’s 2017 Budget are upon us, and this year, the City and others are trying some new tools for engagement.
Each summer, the City of Ottawa hosts the second-largest Doors Open architectural event in North America. This year, over 150 historically, culturally, and functionally significant buildings will be featured during Doors Open Ottawa in honour of Canada’s 150th birthday!
This event is a photography exhibition by Ottawa Visual Artist & Photographer Oladimeg. This exhibition is to showcase couple of photos from my project titled “Let’s Create: The Unseen”. The concept behind this project was to aesthetically create photos where the faces of my subjects are partially concealed to make the viewers pay close attention […]