[working space] is an exhibition developed as part of a curating course at the University of Ottawa. Starting with the theme of ‘engage’ and focusing on how the process of curating exposes the connections between theory and practice, art history and visual art, [working space] concentrates on artworks and concepts that unfold and develop on […]
Ever wonder what it takes to become your own boss? Or are you an entrepreneur who need some clarity? Join us on November 28th, as we sit down with a few entrepreneurs and have a raw conversation on entrepreneurship. We’ll discuss their business strategies, glean their wisdom and talk shop.
Please join us for a screening of short fiction, documentary and animated films produced by Wapikoni. Films are in Indigenous languages, English and French (all films are subtitled). Wapikoni is a non-profit organization equipped with mobile studios that “travel to” Indigenous communities and act as a place of assembly, intervention, and audiovisual and musical creation […]
Nancy Richler is a fantastic writer and is a joy to read. Luckily for local book lovers, the Montreal-native will be in Ottawa on Thursday discussing her latest novel The Imposter Bride, a beautifully written story that focuses on a heartbreaking mother-daughter relationship. The novel begins with a mysterious European woman who arrives in Montreal from […]