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.
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Shot at recognizable locations in the NCR like Chelsea Pub and La Cigale, “Winter Crush” is an adorable music video to a new tune by the Ottawa-based indie songwriter Akeem Oh.
The new music video is directed and edited by Mike Dubue.
For the final VOTW entry in 2020, we thought to revisit an oldie but a goodie. We’ve compiled the stats in Google Analytics to zero in on the most popular post this year.
Just in time for the holidays, the Ottawa-based SHHH!! Ensemble duo, featuring Edana Higham on piano and Zac Pulak on marimba, created an adaptation of Tchaikovsky’s Russian Dance or “Trépak” from the Nutcracker Suite.
Watch Harea Band’s new music video called “Magic”, filmed at The Gladstone Theatre, featuring professional footage by Jeff Watkins and community submissions of “magic moment” clips.
Many people are huge fans of the 1989 film National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, making it a holiday tradition to watch it at least once during the lead-up to December 25. A Stittsville family has painstakingly recreated the Christmas lights scene at their own home, sourcing props over the course of the past year.
Edwards performed fan favourites and premiered new material.
Her showcase on Saturday made poet Miranda Martel a standout at Ottawa’s Artpreneur conference.
Jazzfest presented this series of live stream concerts for listeners at home, with a very small audience allowed to attend in person at Arts Court Theatre.
On November 10, the Parliament Hill carillonneur played the Jeopardy! theme on the Peace Tower bells in honour of the passing of Alex Trebek.
This recent virtual collab features Ottawa’s Yolande Laroche (Pony Girl, Orchidae, mal/aimé) on the clarinet, as well as Hilda Cowie of the NAC Orchestra on double bass.
Like all great films, you can watch the whole thing on YouTube.
This should go without saying but… Don’t try this on your own!
Join Nathalie and Shawn of Bytown Bites, a local Ottawa food blog, on a full day adventure in Vanier to uncover the neighbourhood’s hidden gems.