In fields all over Ottawa and the surrounding area, real, positive change is growing. Sowing the Future: Women Farmers + EcoAgriculture, an arts exhibit about women farmers in the Ottawa/Outaouais region, focuses on some of the many local farming change-makers as they address pressing regional issues.
Sights & Sounds
Get ready to hit the red carpet as the National Arts Centre Orchestra’s Pops Series hits the stage with And the Award Goes to… featuring some of your favourite Oscar-winning and nominated film scores: everything from Star Wars to Breakfast at Tiffany’s to La La Land, E.T. and more.
The Boom 99.7 Legends series continued last night with Canadian icons The Box, who have been staples on Canadian airwaves since the early ’80s.
If you’re a local individual or group working in the arts and culture, these City of Ottawa funding opportunities might interest you, but their deadlines are coming up soon, so here’s some information to help you apply effectively and on time.
Janie Renée is a Franco-Ontarian multidisciplinary and creative artist and songwriter who has been delivering workshops for over 30 years.
See photos from the second night of CityFolk’s second weekend.
See photos from the first day of CityFolk’s second weekend.
The Mayfair Theatre reopens the doors to The Room with two late-night screenings on September 16 and October 7.
Stephane Dubord covers all the acts coming to CityFolk Weekend 2.
Fall is in the air! And according to the forecast, so is some rain. But rain or shine, we’ve got some great events lined up this weekend.
September must be biography month. There are two new biopics about cultural icons, a drama about the guy who stole a famous painting from the British Portrait Gallery, and an older biopic about one of history’s most famous queens.
The immersive art experience King of Chlorophyll: Imago opens this season of Chamberfest, and will take place at the Just Food Community Farm, where visitors can listen to music while spendinfg time on the farm.
Photos from Sophia Radisch’s set at CityFolk 2022.
Photos from last weekend’s Ottawa Comiccon, returning after several years’ pandemic hiatus.
CityFolk 2022’s roots-country opening night featured the gritty vocals and folk guitar of The White Buffalo, a set from local fave Kathleen Edwards, and headliner Zach Bryan, who brought his signature country-Americana sound.