Ghost Water Kiss is an Ottawa author’s new collection of illustrated short stories which film director Guillermo del Toro calls “a landscape of enormous inner and outer beauty.”
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A Middle East Soirée in Ottawa benefits Capital Rainbow Refuge, local organization bringing LGBTQ refugees to safety—11.23.19
This will be its first edition in Ottawa, and it has been a joint effort between Capital Rainbow Refuge and Syrian-Canadian author, public speaker, community activist Ahmad Danny Ramadan.
Canadian author and playwright Chris Gatchalian is reading from his memoir Double Melancholy: Art, Beauty, and the Making of a Brown Queer Man—11.21.19
Chris Gatchalian’s book launch event is at Arts Court on Thursday evening November 21. Admission is free.
If you know of a business that could use a ramp, tell the owner about StopGap. If you’re a business owner, reach out to StopGap to find out how it can help you make your business more welcoming to everyone in the community.
CityMakers: Poetry and CityMaking with Ken Victor and Jean Van Loon—11.14.19 at Vimy Brewing Company
On November 14, Synapcity co-founder and board member Ken Victor will be hosting a poetry reading at the Vimy Brewing Company for the publication of his book of poems, “We Were Like Everyone Else”.
November is National Novel Writing Month in Canada!
In and around the Capital Region, there is an entire community of children, youth, and families benefiting from Ottawa Senators Foundation fundraisers and initiatives.
When you first walk into the Ten Thousand Villages store on Richmond Road you might think that you’re in just another store selling interesting crafts from developing countries.
[EXTENDED] Apt613 call for artists: Are you an artist who lives or works in Vanier?—deadline 12.01.19
If you’re interested, please send us an email with your artist statement and CV.
Call to music fans, local artists and entrepreneurs: Complete the Ottawa-Gatineau music scene economic impact survey
OMIC wants to hear from you if you’re an Ottawa-Gatineau local who has spent money on music this year.
Studio Space Ottawa is a new not-for-profit organization that provides working spaces for working artists. Check out the space at their grand opening on October 25.
Until Oct. 28, anyone can visit Engage Ottawa and participate by upvoting, building on, or adding ideas of their own.
The tenants at Makerspace North have organized an escape room experience until November 10.
The season opens with Moon Mission, a space-themed party on October 25th.
Beginning this fall, participants in the DEL will set out on a year-long exploration of new ways for artists and arts organizations to thrive amidst the digital technologies overtaking our everyday lives