It is the first official full weekend of summer, even though it may seem like we’ve been sweaty for eight weeks already
Convening in virtual space from June 25 to 27, “a graph, a lovely tree” will engage with some ways in which artists continue to work within the digital medium, its problematic challenges and its potential for building communities.
Every first Monday of the month, Apartment613 publishes the coolest #ottarts #ottjobs we hear about.
Resolution 2020 is at Arts Court Theatre on Friday, January 17 at 7:30pm. Admission is pwyc, all ages and open to the public.
Whether you are still searching for the perfect gift, hosting a Friendsmass dinner, or hoping to just have a good non-denominational time on the town we hope you stay warm, stay safe, and have yourselves a merry little weekend!
Are you a writer or a photographer? A developer or a video editor? Help us uncover Ottawa.
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.
And just like that, it’s August! Welcome to another exciting long weekend. Read on for some of our picks.
For the first time, during Digi60’s Spring Festival, over 50% of its filmmakers were women-identifying, taking home awards selected by a jury of established industry professionals.
Since 2013, Artists’ Legal Services Ottawa (ALSO) has organized several free legal information sessions annually, for artists in the national capital region, on topics from copyright to contracts, tax to labour issues. They will be hosting a conference on May 5 to provide proactive legal advice.
SAW Video’s Resolution 2018 screening will take place at Arts Court Theatre on Saturday February 24 at 7:30pm. Admission is pwyc, all ages and open to the public.
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.
In the first of a new column, Ottawa based entertainment lawyer Byron Pascoe touches on the current state of the entertainment industry in Ottawa and what’s to come.
Penny McCann makes her top picks from the MMFF 2016 selection. Screening December 2–4 at Arts Court Theatre (2 Daly).
The program includes 11 screenings of international feature-length films, Ottawa premieres, and world premieres by Canadian artists. An awards ceremony closes the festival on Sunday evening, December 4.