We cover the first edition of Inside Out Film Festival’s Queer Makers’ Market.
Sights & Sounds
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The program consists of Mussorgsky’s Night on Bald Mountain, and both Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 35 and Symphony No. 6 in B minor, “Pathetique.” The Orchestra will be lead by Finnish conductor Dalia Stasevska, in her North American Debut.
Colin Noden: “You won’t be surprised by the melodramatic beginning. But that’s the end of the play’s predictability.”
After touring internationally, this collection of sketches and graphic displays by the famous Japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai, his pupils, and contemporary artists makes its Canadian debut in Ottawa from October 25 to November 3.
Madeline Paiva: Split provides a space for interpretation, and I think that is the point. There is no one message to obtain from the show—a lot of it has to do with personal experience and interpretation, which is why I think they show is superbly important to see.
To mark the 100th anniversary of Bauhaus, the Embassy of Germany, in collaboration with EQ3 and Ottawa artist Cindy Stelmackowich, have opened an exhibit this week at the Ottawa Art Gallery.
Sarah Jasmine Hodgson’s show this week at uOttawa is the latest example of her incredible mastery of technology in the service of her art.
Rent continues at the National Arts Centre until Sunday October 27th
Saunders Farm is open daily during Halloweek, up to (and including!) October 31.
Happy Halloweekend, folks! It’s time to don that perfect costume and hit the town! There are plenty of frightfully fun things to do out and about on this spooktacular weekend, so we will get right to it.
Directed by Phillip Pike, Our Dance of Revolution is one of my top picks at this year’s Inside Out Film festival.
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.
Film Review: Changing the Game: a documentary about transgender teens in sports at Inside Out LBTQ Film Festival—10.27.19
This documentary is a must-see for any parent or family member raising a trans kid or adolescent, and everyone else because the social and political sickness that oppresses these youth (as well as all 2SLGBTQ+ youth and adults) is one that we all must labour to heal.
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.