A collection of our favourite photos from the last week.
Apt613’s holiday gift guide brings the bling.
Apartment613’s support local holiday gift guide continues with a roundup of our favourite local record stores.
Designer Rich Loen acquired the former tire shop on Carling Avenue and has spent a lot of time since then converting it into a large workshop and gallery space.
Two hours of fresh local music. Updated weekly by apt613.ca music writers.
The Celtic Rathskallions is a folk music duo composed of Arthur McGregor and Wendy Moore, who have been performing for adults and children alike for over 20 years. The Rathskallions have a special focus on working within schools and communities and have earned kudos for their concerts, workshops, and collaborations.
OAFF wanted to create a program that promoted folks who have to go through extra layers of adversity to tell their stories.
As the weather continues to cool down, and we have more reasons to stay inside where it is both cozy and safe, the city seems to be taking a breath before the hectic holiday season really kicks in.
A permanent Basic Income Guarantee has been a buzzy topic lately, even making it’s way to the House of Commons. Artpreneur 2020’s keynote speaker Zainub Verjee views a basic income as revolutionary to the arts and culture sector. Read our interview with Verjee about the creative sector and basic income.
Jazzfest presented this series of live stream concerts for listeners at home, with a very small audience allowed to attend in person at Arts Court Theatre.
Ottawa-based composer Kelly-Marie Murphy has been awarded the 2020 Jules Léger Prize for New Chamber Music. Her composition Coffee Will be Served in the Living Room, written in 2018, is a 10-minute piece for eight cellos.