When a longstanding regular at Centretown coffeehouse Arlington 5 pitched an idea to founder/owner Jessie Duffy, a unique collaboration with the School of Industrial Design at Carleton University followed. Those conversations led to Urban Imaginaries, a bold new project whose purpose “is to see people engage in everyday spaces in ways that are beyond transactional, and to open up a conversation around imagining multiple possibilities for the spaces we inhabit.”
Whether you’re checking out some local fall foliage, listening to live music, or or watching the game (pick your sports, there are plenty of options this weekend), we’ve got your weekend plans covered.
The Box of Life is a vermicomposting social enterprise started by Akil Mesiwala. The Ottawa business is popularizing urban vermicomposting with attractive “Worm Studios” that make composting accessible to everyone.
The workshop features a live nude model, dead plants, and lo-fi hip hop or instrumental beats.
Inside the walls of the Ottawa Art Gallery (OAG), is a gallery within the gallery. The OAG’s ART Rental & Sales allows people and businesses to rent or purchase works of art by local artists, turning bare walls into galleries of their o
A brand new storefront will be gracing Bank Street with a new way to cool off, just in time for hot summer days in Ottawa: Moo Shu Ice Cream & Kitchen. Moo Shu Ice Cream has become a fast favourite at farmer’s markets across the city with their uniquely flavoured ice cream truffles, and has […]