To celebrate Digital Arts Resource Centre’s (DARC) 40th anniversary, Director Annette Hegel wants to not just look back at the last four decades but to look forward to the future and the present; “to make sense of this mess.”
With another wintry weekend at home around the corner, have we reached our limit for cozy indoor virtual fun? Gosh, I hope not.
With so many arts and culture organizations affected by closures and and shutdowns this year, why not give the gift of culture to the person who has everything?
Art curator, event producer, and consultant Rachel Weldon co-founded and runs Debaser, the community arts programming organization that is based on unceded Algonquin territory in Ottawa/Hull. Their activity in the Ottawa arts community for over 10 years, wealth of experience, and vast community arts network was an obvious fit for the DARC organizational residency program.
In collaboration with the City of Ottawa and CF Rideau Centre, Digital Arts Resource Centre (DARC) is thrilled to announce the new public art program, In the Absence. The program guided a cohort of emerging and mid-career artists, based in Canada, who expanded on their existing practice and learned to use new tools available for digital creation.
Social Media Marketing for Media Artists was a free, live workshop that is part of a series of free digital workshops DARC is offering the community during COVID-19. Our goal is to make independent artists and creators understand that there are digital marketing strategies they can run on their own to promote their work.
SAW Video is changing!
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.