On November 11, Canadians do their part to remember the brave men and women who fought for our country and its people. If you want to participate in a Remembrance Day ceremony, here is a round-up of events happening throughout Ottawa.
At her latest exhibition, Shadowland, Lorraine Simms presents her artwork of the shadows of animals she’s traced at the Canadian Museum of Nature.
The National Gallery of Canada (NGC) launched a new NGC Conservation Internship Program for BIPOC students from across Canada to help increase the representation of professionals from diverse communities.
Check out a review of two exhibits at the Canadian War Museum. “Homage: The art of Elaine Goble” shows portraits featuring people who lived and served in the Second World War. “Forever Changed” takes us deeper into the experiences of those transformative years.
The best press photography from around the Globe is now on display at the Canadian War Museum—until August 15.
These kinds of educational exhibition go a long way toward putting us in touch with the reality that sometimes gets lost during our modern lives. Bravo, Museum of Nature.
If you’re planning a visit to any of Ottawa’s museums or galleries, be sure to visit the museum’s website to book your tickets and learn about the new safety measures in place before you head out.
If you miss visiting the Canadian Museum of Nature, which remains closed due to COVID-19, take heart: The museum has just debuted a 3D, 360-degree virtual tour of its permanent exhibition halls.
The #MyOttawa Pass is an initiative that will help Ottawa residents explore the city while enjoying discounts at local businesses.
We review the Museum of Nature’s first adult sleepover party.
The season opens with Moon Mission, a space-themed party on October 25th.
Using text, audio and video, this multimedia exhibit is designed to give space for a plurality of voices to “[tell] an Indigenous expressionism across Turtle Island” reads the gallery notes.
A couple Cold War cold ones? Big Rig, Stalwart, and Ridge Rock breweries are all participating in the inaugural tasting event.
The winning photographs of the World Press Photo Exhibition 2019 will be on display in the Canadian War Museum until August 11.
This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Some of the artifacts are too fragile to visit North America again.