Awesome Ottawa’s October grant was awarded to Ott Mahmud to support Pumpkin Alley, a community initiative in Old Ottawa South that brings neighbours together to carve pumpkins and then display them on Halloween.
CityMakers: Robot Missions empowers communities to apply low-cost robots for environmental challenges
Founder Erin Kennedy was the recent recipient of the 100th Awesome Ottawa grant.
Awesome Ottawa is awarding its 100th one thousand dollar grant since 2010.
“It brings you back to when you’re like six or seven,” says Brenda Dunn, local artist and perpetual inner child. She’s sitting in Ministry of Coffee on Wellington Street West, gesturing towards a small clay figure. His name is Bean, and he is the guardian of this establishment. Bean is one of a crew of […]
Listen here, in iTunes, or with this nifty Soundcloud widget!: Karen and Trevor kicked things off with an interview with Brian Cheung of Awesome Ottawa to talk about the third year of these awesome grants. They were joined by Kyle McInnes, a successful Awesome Ottawa applicant who pitched an idea for a dumpster pool party […]
Editor’s note: Apt613 itself received an Awesome Ottawa grant in 2012 for our lecture series. Doesn’t everyone want their city to be a little more awesome? Awesome Ottawa – a group devoted to promoting awesomeness in the universe – will be celebrating its third birthday and the contributions they have made to the worldwide ecosystem of awesome on June […]