Several elements conspired towards this difficult decision, including the sudden collapse of Maker Media in June, the parent company behind Maker Faire’s brand.
Artpreneur conference bridges Ottawa art, entrepreneurship and creative industries—05.31.19 at Bayview Yards
This year, the cross-disciplinary arts conference is inviting folks from creative and entrepreneurial industries to converge on the problems facing Ottawa’s arts entrepreneurs today.
Earlier this year, Impact Hub Ottawa and Artengine hosted the Future Cities Forum, which brought together hundreds of citizens and young civic leaders. The main motivation was a realization that while our cities are increasingly powered by technology, most of us have little knowledge or understanding of how these technologies work, or the influence they have on our culture and society.
It’s going to be a scorcher this weekend and there’s plenty going on to celebrate Canada Day all weekend long. No matter where you end up or what you do, have a great long weekend!
Be613, an Ottawa-based speaker and workshop series, is presenting their latest event on Friday June 22. BeEngaging will bring together three local creatives for a panel discussion about experimental marketing.
The call for makers is now open and accepting submissions until August 15.
It’s the final weekend of Winterlude, but maybe you’ve already seen the sculptures, skated the canal, and eaten all of the fried dough. Well, not to worry. There’s still plenty to do in Ottawa this weekend.
The second weekend of Winterlude is upon us and with it, plenty to do! From ice dragon boat racing, to Ottawa Winter Jazz Fest, to undercurrents, MEGAPHONO and more, this is the weekend to get out and enjoy all that Ottawa offers.
Sonicity features scores for seven routes and there are tentative plans to involve more composers.
Artengine are bringing national and international panelists to the Unhanded symposium on Saturday at Arts Court Theatre.
This is part five in our week-long series The Future of Ottawa (arts and culture edition). In this comprehensive post, Jason St-Laurent, the curator at Galerie SAW Gallery, writes about the present state and future direction of the visual arts community in Ottawa-Gatineau. Twitter users: use hashtag #futott if you want to discuss this series on Twitter. In the past year, […]
It is no secret that Ottawa is full of talent of both an artistic and technical nature. Doors across the city conceal people working on special projects. This Saturday and Sunday (August 16 and 17) a number of these hidden works will be on display at the Canadian Museum of Science and Technology in the fun […]
Jessica Green is a book addict and library card holder since the age of 3. She’s a librarian at the Ottawa Public Library and currently the Apartment613 Librarian-in-Residence, sharing a compendium of literary thoughts and tips. In April, while on vacation in Paris, I happened upon a 3D printer exhibition at the BHV Marais, the […]
What do dynamic maze installations with giant inflatable balls, musical bike parades featuring radios and modified walkie-talkies, and forest parties in the sugar bush have in common? Besides being a few of my favourite things, they’re all happening across Ottawa as a part of Artengine‘s We Make The City programming for the 2013 edition of the Electric Fields […]
Editor’s note: Post by Melody McKiver, Artengine’s 2013 Critical Resident Blogger. Initially posted on Artengine’s blog. The summer is slowly coming to an end – sad but true! – and the National Gallery of Canada’s exhibit Sakahàn: International Indigenous Art has kept up a whirlwind of activity. On the final weekend that the exhibit is open, I […]