Livia BelceaArts Writer
Livia thoroughly enjoys witty banter, watching her cats nap and moments of serendipity. As a political communications and media professional, Livia believes in the power of words as a tool for delivering strong and compelling messages.
Exhibition: Rachel Gray, Gabriela Avila-Yiptong and Lea Hamilton’s I Came Back and Things Were Different at the City Hall Art Gallery—vernissage 05.02.19
I Came Back and Things Were Different will be on display at the City Hall Art Gallery until June 26, 2019.
The Koven has quickly become a favourite for Ottawa’s passionate and active metal community, in part due to its close proximity to Maverick’s.
“Geoff and Margo’s years of experience shines through: they are excellent in their roles and commit fully to their performance, even as beer sploshed out their cans and made them giggle.”
Livia Belcea: “Right off the bat, the audience understands exactly what’s in store for them as Bebe busts into dance and delivers a jaw dropping grand entrance, for which the whole audience cheered and applauded with enthusiasm. She is glowing, sparkling, and moves like she was born with high heels on.”
Livia Belcea: “A good storyteller, Bill captivates his audience best when he recalls the stories that hold a large emotional space for him.”
Andrew Ooi creates complex, colourful geometric artwork out of Gampi paper, a Japanese handmade tissue-like paper made from the bark of the Gampi bush. His work, Anatomy of Resilience, is on display until April 18, 2018 at Ottawa City Hall’s Karsh-Masson Gallery.
Livia Belcea: “Mimi was charming and welcoming, which made performing in front of hundreds of people for the first time, with no script, no preparation and no knowledge of where the play was going, a little bit less overwhelming.”