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After three years of anticipation, Ottawa’s Digital Arts Resource Centre (DARC) is unveiling the DARC SOUNDSTAGE: Ottawa’s newest affordable professional recording studio!
On May 31, in collaboration with Apt613, we recognized five more incredible community builders. You’ll read about two of them today: Donald Neville and Marie Therese Wang.
Every first Monday of the month, Apartment613 publishes the coolest #ottarts #ottjobs we hear about. All the best arts and culture gigs in our local network.
Doors Open Ottawa celebrates its 20th year and first year in-person since 2020. The event runs June 4 and 5.
We’re so excited to finally share this collection of new works, and we hope you find something in the book that inspires and moves you. Please download, enjoy, and share with your poetry-loving friends!
Ottawa Art Gallery meets fundraising goal after a weekend full of fun art events.
“If you like creativity, you’re in the club,” declares the Ottawa Design Club‘s (ODC) motto. But it’s one thing to say it, and another to bring it to life with a spectacular event! The first-ever in-person gathering for ODC, Event 0005 – ORIGINS, brought together Ottawa creatives at Club SAW on Thursday, May 26. “The […]
The Ottawa Art Gallery’s (OAG) Give to Get Art Auction begins tonight with a Gala celebration, and continues all weekend with online bidding.
With tens of thousands of people still without utilties after the weekend’s storm, the City of Ottawa has compiled a list of resources, which we are posting here.
Jo-Ann Oosterman curated the Blue Yellow fundraiser, with all art donated by local artists, and all proceeds going to the Ukrainian Red Cross.
Applications for the artist + artist manager incubator program are open until May 24, 2022.
OAG Art Market & Art Auction: A weekend-long extravaganza of yay, yum and feel-good fun starts May 27!
The GIVE TO GET ART Auction Opening Night Gala, back in person for the first time in two years, is Friday, May 27, from 6:30pm to midnight. You can purchase tickets for the VIP reception, which starts at 6:30pm for an extra hour of bidding, and includes food stations and cocktails. General admission starts at 7:30pm.
The Ottawa Arts Council announced the recipients of its annual Arts Awards last night. Nominations were evaluated by a peer assessment group composed of arts leaders in the community representing different artistic disciplines, in addition to having an equity advisor oversee a portion of the deliberations.
Since 2007, ARTicipate has funded 140+ projects with over $840,000.