Josephine, a burlesque cabaret dream play Dynamite Lunchbox Entertainment, Orlando, U.S.A. Three days into the festival and Josephine is already packing the

God of Carnage Stendhal X, Montreal “We’re always on our own everywhere,” says one of the characters toward the end of God

The process has formally begun to replace National Gallery Director Marc Mayer with a call on a federal website for

Fool Muun Komming The Invisible Theater of Minneapolis, Minneapolis, U.S.A. Is loneliness — and the attempt to ward it off by creating

There's nothing Kevin Loring, actor, likes more than a voice over gig on an animation. These days, Loring is the artistic

Mention the word “armour” and the imagination fires — those knights in their polished suits of steel, their mighty steeds

The winner of the National 3D Printed Musical Instrument Challenge is a uOttawa PhD student with a penchant for the

With his long beard and piercing eyes, the bust of the important 16th century Venetian politician and patron of the

If your a fan of Star Trek, you might say that the 2018-19 season of the Ottawa Symphony Orchestra will

The money has started flowing from the $25 million National Creation Fund. The pot of cash was announced by the National

By Liam McPherson Paul Champion-Demers has worked in the presence of dignitaries and high-profile politicians in Canada’s capital for most of

When Christopher Deacon was a young lad in the mid-1960s, his father Bill took him to see the great big

The National Arts Centre board of trustees has decided to go with continuity in their choice of the man who

On the surface, Brian Asselin is a regular guy from Barrhaven. But look closer. He's a father, a teacher and a

The process has formally begun to replace National Gallery Director Marc Mayer with a call on a federal website for

Mention the word “armour” and the imagination fires — those knights in their polished suits of steel, their mighty steeds

By Liam McPherson Paul Champion-Demers has worked in the presence of dignitaries and high-profile politicians in Canada’s capital for most of

EYE BUY ART’s sudden appearance in Ottawa is an example of one thing makes the gallery unique, says owner Emily

From the fall of the Roman Empire in about 400 AD to the start of the Renaissance in about 1500,

The first confirmation of private support for Carleton University's purchase and development of the Dominion-Chalmers United Church complex is the

The new arts hub in the downtown core is more than the sparkling new Ottawa Art Gallery. It is also the

The diversity of Canada's art scene was on display on Tuesday with the announcement, in a media release, of the

The opening of the new Ottawa Art Gallery is not the only thing worth celebrating in local culture this spring.

Carleton University has announced that it has completed negotiations to purchase Dominion-Chalmers United Church for $6.65 million.   The acquisition was made

Sixty years ago Canada opened a small building in Venice and took a big step into the wider world. This small

I think therefore I am is Rene Descartes' famous statement of human awareness. Embedded in that sentence is the fundamental

The horses are running again alongside Sussex Drive. By early Thursday afternoon, with the artist watching, a new set of Joe

There was a time, mayhap 25 years ago, when the news of an exhibition of great impressionists was thrilling, but

The world of Newfoundland author-actor-musician Joel Thomas Hynes is filled with bad boys we learn to love despite their petty

There have been many firsts in Beverley McLachlin's career. She was the first female Chief Justice of Canada for one

The Silk Road stretches from China to Europe. It is a fabled route taken by caravans and Mongol hordes and

In the fall of 2010, Sharon Bala was in Halifax attending a conference. She stayed on for a weekend and

By Jordan Omstead A library is tritely known as a place of compulsory silence, but in a basement conference room at

The Year of No Summer, the latest book by Halifax-based writer Rachel Lebowitz, examines a moment in time when a

Djamila Ibrahim came to Ottawa in 1990 from Ethiopia and she went to high school and university here. Then she

Of all the great things that have happened to Cherie Dimaline since her book The Marrow Thieves was published, the

When Omar El Akkad was writing his bestselling book about a fictional civil war in a future America, he didn't

John Ralston Saul was 27, he says, when his eyes were opened to the issues confronting the Indigenous peoples of

Tima Kurdi's happiest memories are full of the smell of jasmine and big family dinners in her parents' Damascus home.

Last summer the novelist, playwright, essayist and poet David Adams Richards did something he had never done before. He swore

By Karen-Luz Sison It was standing-room only at Chinatown’s Bar Robo as locals came together recently for a new kind

Steven Pinker is a practitioner of reason in his work as a psychologist and as a public intellectual. The Montreal

The money has started flowing from the $25 million National Creation Fund. The pot of cash was announced by the National

When Christopher Deacon was a young lad in the mid-1960s, his father Bill took him to see the great big

As he nears the end of his tenure at the National Arts Centre, Peter Herrndorf has started to reflect on

Four dancers, four singers, a percussionist and a potter will be investigating Love and other things in the NAC’s Rossy

In Telemetry, Shay Kuebler’s recent full-length work, bodies become mere conduits for external forces of rhythm, sound, and movement —

Vancouver-based choreographer Shay Kuebler, through his company Radical System Art, is known for his radical and extremely physical work that

A dozen years ago, when the Royal Winnipeg Ballet last brought Mark Godden’s Dracula to Ottawa, I found the ballet

In Mandarin it is called Jingju. In English it is Peking Opera, or if you prefer, Beijing Opera. But whatever you

Mark Godden fell in love with Canada when he first came to take ballet training with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet. He

In March 2016, I visited the (Dale) Chihuly exhibit at the Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix, Arizona. I went at

The Berkshire Hills encompass the Litchfield, Connecticut area where Moses Pendleton lives and walks in the New England countryside that

For young boys and girls of a certain inclination, the dream of running away to join a circus seems a

The man who hepled to start it all in the first place 26 years ago was one of the recipients

New works by Akram Khan and Crystal Pite. A Face 2 Face festival featuring Indigenous performance from Canada, Australia and

If your a fan of Star Trek, you might say that the 2018-19 season of the Ottawa Symphony Orchestra will

The money has started flowing from the $25 million National Creation Fund. The pot of cash was announced by the National

When Christopher Deacon was a young lad in the mid-1960s, his father Bill took him to see the great big

On the surface, Brian Asselin is a regular guy from Barrhaven. But look closer. He's a father, a teacher and a

Each summer for the past 20 years, talented young musicans from around the world gather in Ottawa to learn from

The Masters Piano Recital Series ended its season Friday evening with Eric Lu, a 20-year-old Boston-area pianist who already has

The first confirmation of private support for Carleton University's purchase and development of the Dominion-Chalmers United Church complex is the

The Ottawa Choral Society and Montreal’s St. Lawrence Choir occupy similar niches: long-established, substantial, disciplined amateur choirs specializing in traditional

The gift of music will be given this holiday season with a two concerts by the "boy band of the

As he nears the end of his tenure at the National Arts Centre, Peter Herrndorf has started to reflect on

The final concert of the Ottawa Choral Society season on June 1 welcomes the St. Lawrence Choir of Montreal for

Alexandre Da Costa's musical talent has taken him a long way

When Alexander Shelley was a child he had heroes. His young world was filled with people such as Indiana Jones,

Carleton University has announced that it has completed negotiations to purchase Dominion-Chalmers United Church for $6.65 million.   The acquisition was made

Josephine, a burlesque cabaret dream play Dynamite Lunchbox Entertainment, Orlando, U.S.A. Three days into the festival and Josephine is already packing the

God of Carnage Stendhal X, Montreal “We’re always on our own everywhere,” says one of the characters toward the end of God

Fool Muun Komming The Invisible Theater of Minneapolis, Minneapolis, U.S.A. Is loneliness — and the attempt to ward it off by creating

There's nothing Kevin Loring, actor, likes more than a voice over gig on an animation. These days, Loring is the artistic

When Christopher Deacon was a young lad in the mid-1960s, his father Bill took him to see the great big

Judy Reid knows all about the therapeutic effects of the arts. Her work with Improv and storytelling has helped her

When Pierre Brault appears at the upcoming Ottawa Fringe Festival clad in Spartan armour, your mind may not instinctively leap

The first confirmation of private support for Carleton University's purchase and development of the Dominion-Chalmers United Church complex is the

The last time we saw veteran actor John Koensgen on an Ottawa stage, he was playing the mysterious Josef Džibrilovo in

There are many significant moments in the history of Canadian comedy,  but likely none is more important than the day Andrew

As he nears the end of his tenure at the National Arts Centre, Peter Herrndorf has started to reflect on

Carleton University has announced that it has completed negotiations to purchase Dominion-Chalmers United Church for $6.65 million.   The acquisition was made

Yes, it’s true, agrees Kate Smith: In school, children learn about the natural world and the importance of protecting it. “But

At one point in Up to Low, two hunched actors holding wooden chairs become a looming piece of farm machinery

The process has formally begun to replace National Gallery Director Marc Mayer with a call on a federal website for

The money has started flowing from the $25 million National Creation Fund. The pot of cash was announced by the National

When Christopher Deacon was a young lad in the mid-1960s, his father Bill took him to see the great big

The National Arts Centre board of trustees has decided to go with continuity in their choice of the man who

The first confirmation of private support for Carleton University's purchase and development of the Dominion-Chalmers United Church complex is the

The new arts hub in the downtown core is more than the sparkling new Ottawa Art Gallery. It is also the

The gift of music will be given this holiday season with a two concerts by the "boy band of the

The 2018 Ottawa Arts Awards were handed out Tuesday night before about 140 people in the Alma Duncan Salon of

As he nears the end of his tenure at the National Arts Centre, Peter Herrndorf has started to reflect on

Carleton University has announced that it has completed negotiations to purchase Dominion-Chalmers United Church for $6.65 million.   The acquisition was made

Sixty years ago Canada opened a small building in Venice and took a big step into the wider world. This small

When the Ottawa Symphony Orchestra announced its plan to make a stringed instrument with a 3D printer, it had other

The National Gallery of Canada has dodged a potential seven-figure penalty for cancelling a planned sale of the Marc Chagall

For those of a certain vintage, the regular appearances of the anthologist, translator, essayist, novelist and editor Alberto Manguel on CBC

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