Every first Monday of the month, Apartment613 publishes the coolest #ottarts #ottjobs we hear about. All the best arts and culture gigs in our local network.
Every first Monday of the month, Apartment613 publishes the coolest #ottarts #ottjobs we hear about.
Enjoy every day! Whether that be at home streaming quality content, or maintaining distance at a cool local event, stay safe, and stay kind Ottawa!
It’s an entertaining, highly innovative program which aims to represent the best in Indigenous film.
Through the eyes of an Indigenous woman raising two young sons, the events surrounding Colten Boushie’s are chronicled in this documentary. At the centre is the catalyst for much of the activism and international support that’s erupted since Boushie’s death: his cousin Jade Tootoosis.
Welcome to another beautiful summer weekend in the city.
Asinabka Festival presents Indigenous film and media arts from the world’s most interesting indie artists—08.07.19 to 08.11.19
The eighth annual festival presents an impressive program of Indigenous film and media arts, allowing independent artists to show their best works that examine Indigenous issues and topics in Algonquin Territory and around the world.
It’s another jam packed weekend in Ottawa so without further ado, here are some picks for how to spend your weekend!
The 7th edition of The Asinabka Film & Media Art Festival takes place from August 8-12, 2018.
The last weekend in July will be bringing the sunshine once the rain clears, and no lack of interesting things to do, places to eat, and open air movies to watch!
Asinabka is an annual Indigenous film and media arts festival taking place here in Algonquin territory from August 9-13. This year will be the 6th edition, and like all previous years, expect fresh and dynamic content not only from Canada but all across the world.
August 19th to the 23rd will see the 4th Asinabka Festival come to life here in Ottawa. We caught up with Festival co-director, Howard Adler to get the scoop on what’s going down for this year’s edition. Apt613: While I’m sure that some (perhaps many) of our readers are familiar with Asinabka Festival, for those […]
When Laura Margita returned to Ottawa last year and became director of Gallery 101 the first thing she said was “well, we need to move”. Anybody who’d ever been to the old space would probably agree. Decision makers had primarily chosen the Bank Street building back in the early 2000s because at the time they […]
Looking for films with a varied perspective? Asinabka Film and Arts Media might be just what you’re looking for. Featuring national and international films focusing on Indigenous issues and topics, Asinabka strives to inject the Capital/Algonquin region with a blast of something fresh. It’s the second year that Christopher Wong and Howard Adler have been […]
Next month from June 19 to 24, Ottawa’s newest yearly film festival will be born. The Asinabka Film and Media Arts Festival will highlight aboriginal artists and issues while entertaining the masses. Howard Adler, one of the festival’s co-directors, sat down with Apartment613’s Alessandro Marcon to discuss Asinabka, aboriginal cinema and The Business of Fancydancing. Apt613: […]