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February may be a short month, but the weekends are making up for lost time by being chock full of fun things to do.
If you are brave enough to face the frigid winds of this Ottawa winter, there are plenty of things to do out in the big wide world.
This biennial awards program showcases the best in Canadian urban design with winning projects from Charlottetown to Vancouver, and is entirely free.
There’s a lot to look forward to in 2019 (a certain blog is turning 10!) and this final weekend of 2018 is a great way to close out another exciting year in Ottawa. Read on for a roundup of New Year’s Eve events and have a fun, safe weekend!
Digi60 Film Fest creates opportunities for Ottawa’s new and emerging filmmakers—12.20.18 to 12.23.18
The Digi60 Filmmakers’ Festival creates opportunities for the city’s new and emerging filmmakers. It takes place December 20-23.
Ahh the first weekend of December! Whether you’re looking to cozy up in front of a show (be it film, theatre or YouTube), or get out there to enjoy some holiday cheer, there’s something for everyone.
This is the festival’s 33rd year in Ottawa and while a lot has changed over the years perhaps this year’s biggest change will be in the venue.
Haunted Houses and pumpkin carving parties may be at the very top of your to-do list this weekend, and if so, enjoy the heck out of that. If you’re still not sure what else there is to do, we’ve got your back. From a writing festival to choral music and an outdoor movie screening get out and about this weekend with your people and take in some of the nicer weather before the snow flies.
Karim Rashid gave a keynote presentation at the opening of the Ottawa Art Gallery’s exhibition, Karim Rashid: Cultural Shaping.
Studio Sixty Six and Ottawa Art Gallery (OAG) have announced a much-anticipated exhibition of new works by the Ottawa based artist Patrice Stanley to run at the OAG from October 17th until November 18th, 2018.
For the first time, Canzine is coming to Ottawa. The event makes its Ottawa debut on Saturday, October 13th at the Ottawa Art Gallery.
Beechwood was open to pedestrians Saturday September 8 for the third annual East Feast street fair festival.
Pride is almost here and with that in mind, these are the upcoming events that will get you hyped for next week!
The dog days of summer have arrived and, with temperatures above 30 degrees in the forecast all weekend, we can brace ourselves for another hot one in the capital. In addition to a guaranteed heatwave of a weekend, it is also guaranteed to be a fun one, with a long list of great goings on to get out there and enjoy.
Two of Apt613’s fine arts reviewer share their thoughts on Douglas Coupland’s The National Portrait, on now at the Ottawa Art Gallery.