The Wellington West BIA is seeking artists to create outdoor public art murals on the Parkdale Park Art Wall
From July 10 to 18, the public is able to enjoy amazing art downtown and outside via a new augmented reality app called Hidelight, designed by local artist Paul Sharp.
Join us for a video tour of the OAG’s Sheltered In Place exhibition featuring works by Annie Pootoogook, Patrice James, Max Dean, Kosisochukwu Nnebe, and many more artists.
Drum roll, please! The Critics’ Choice for OAG’s 2021 Give to Get Art auction are…
On Saturday, June 12, a new artist-driven event series will launch in Ottawa with live streamed performances by a group of eclectic musical, visual, and multimedia artists.
A new anthology is looking for 25 Ottawa-based Muslim visual artists and poets to appear in an anthology titled Ottawa Inshallah.
Deidre Hierlihy is a MASC artist who practices a wide range of printmaking and calligraphy media. Here, she talks about the beauty of putting words on paper and how being a mother influences her teaching.
This week in the Future of Ottawa series, we’re taking a deep dive into Ottawa’s art scene—what it’s like now and where it’s headed. Read on for a guest post from Olivia Johnston on photographic arts in Ottawa.
This week in the Future of Ottawa series, we’re taking a deep dive into Ottawa’s art scene—what it’s like now and where it’s headed. Read on for a guest post from Marisa Gallemit on visual art in Ottawa.
This week in the Future of Ottawa series, we’re taking a deep dive into Ottawa’s art scene—what it’s like now and where it’s headed. Read on for a guest post from Carrie Colton on the future of art galleries in Ottawa. Colton is the gallery principal at Studio Sixty Six.
Do you miss walking through small art galleries to check out the latest exhibitions, but don’t feel comfortable venturing into one right now? Thankfully, Studio Sixty Six understands, and has created a walk-through virtual tour of their latest exhibition Liquid Pixel, featuring new work by Alex Sutcliffe and Brendan A. de Montigny.
Interview: Nicole Bélanger helps develop critical thinking and a sense of belonging through group art
Nicole Bélanger is a visual artist who specializes in murals as collaborative works of art. In schools or the community, her emphasis is on group work, both in conceptualization and creation. Nicole believes that the power of energy comes from the creative efforts of the group and that there is room for everyone in the world of creativity.
“Ambient Architect” draws its inspiration from a Paul Klee painting at the National Gallery of Canada.
Plasticine, the squishy plastic modelling clay every toddler knows and loves, can be employed to make art that looks similar to an oil painting done with a palette knife.
Local artist Aquil Virani is celebrating his birthday by generating 30 letters to be sent via post to 30 people who have inspired him.