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The Future of Libraries LiveChat on Apt613

Why don’t we have temples of data and information built in Ottawa? What does our city need from a library? Are we doing enough to make sure that a diverse range of Ottawans have access to the information and data they need to compete in our new knowledge economy? We’ve assembled a panel of some […]

Jazz Fest opens this weekend: interview + highlights

[youtube width=”600″ height=”450″][/youtube] The TD Ottawa Jazz Festival starts this weekend! We’re big fans of the festival and we’ve made it something of an annual tradition to check in with Petr Cancura, programming manager for the festival, to see what he’s pulled together for Ottawa Jazz fans. (If you’re interested, see 2011, 2012, 2013). We’ll […]

Marat and de Sade bring a mad revolution to Ottawa

Post by Eric Murphy. The title says it all: The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton Under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade. If the name has your head spinning, let me explain. Marat/Sade is a play within a play. In it, University of […]

How to learn for cheap (or free!) in Ottawa

You may be surprised by the wide variety of inexpensive and free courses available at University of Ottawa and at Carleton University.  Some are well-advertised and very popular, some less so.  Their topics are wide-ranging and intellectually interesting.  This article will give an overview of 4 of these programs – 2 at University of Ottawa […]

Comedy Part + Open Mic

FREE EVENT OPEN TO EVERYONE @ Ottawa U Campus COMEDY PARTY @ 830 PM Hosted by Joke Salesman, 6 acts will take the stage before a feature closes out the booked portion of the show. Acts come from every discipline of comedy including but not limited to stand-up, improv, musical and sketch. _____________________________________________ (10 minute […]

Wapikoni Film Screening – Indigenous issues and traditions

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 […]

[working space]

[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 […]