Sights & Sounds
Patrick Watson returns to Ottawa as part of the NAC Presents new Sessions Series for a one-night only collaboration with the NAC Orchestra.
Yeah, it’ll be cold. But there’s still plenty to do in Ottawa, from concerts to galleries to skating. See you out there!
Xenia Fink, Guillermo Trejo and Jinny Yu explore the ambiguous relationship between the individual and the nation in this new exhibition.
The local soul-pop supergroup is performing at Irene’s Pub on Friday, January 18.
Architectural photographer Ron Lavoie demonstrates the beauty of buildings at blue hour with this series on uOttawa’s campus.
See the shows Apt613 contributors look forward to in the winter 2019 season.
Barney Bentall’s career has been through some twists, and we caught up with him to chat about it all before his sold out show this week.
Contact Ontarois: The province’s biggest showcase of francophone music is in Ottawa this week—until 01.18.19
Concert showcases are taking place at Shenkman Arts Centre.
Montréal’s most popular hip hop group is playing Bar Minotaure in Vieux-Hull.
If you are brave enough to face the frigid winds of this Ottawa winter, there are plenty of things to do out in the big wide world.
Studio Sixty Six is having its first group exhibition of 2019 from January 11 to March 3. Titled Land and Memory, this exhibition brings together some of the gallery’s most passionate contemporary artists who share the love of landscape and the natural world.
After a successful sellout run at Ottawa Fringe, Lungs is back.
Stephen Bierbrier provides an overview of the best local tobogganing hills, updated for the new year.
Exhibition: Discover how animals adapt to survive at Museum of Nature’s Survival of the Slowest—until 04.22.19
The Canadian Museum of Nature has unveiled a number of rare, exciting and delightful animals, reptiles, birds and arachnids for their Survival of the Slowest exhibition.
John Carroll and The Primary Colours are set to begin Sunday evening residency at Irene’s for the entire month of January.