White, urban eco-warrior or First Nations rez dweller with a hankering for the good life, you don’t get off easy in The Pipeline Project.
The show, performed as a series of vignettes, centres on the political and cultural battles over pipelines in B.C.
That could make for
By Isaac Wurmann
The corridors of City Hall are alive with the sound of prayerful music.
Local artist and musician Ben Globerman's sound installation Call to Prayer will be delivering its message in the City Hall Art Gallery until March 14.
The installation features three vocalists singing
Laila Biali has moved through the musical world on the strength of seven albums.
Each one, she said in an interview, "represents a different season in my life as a musician. Each season was impacted by the people I was working with, touring with, collaborating with and
In the ferment of the 1960s, many voices were speaking up. Among them was a generation of Indigenous artists, musicians and poets who were talking about the conditions that faced their people and their hopes for a better future.
Duke Redbird was in the mix in
One of the first things Peter Schjeldahl wants to see when he enters the National Gallery of Canada are the Old Masters.
Those are, he says, "my favourites."
Schjeldahl has one of the great jobs in cultural journalism in the beating heart of the modern art world.
There is a strong Ottawa contingent among the nominees for the 2018 JUNO Awards.
Back for another kick at the JUNO can is A Tribe Called Red nominated as group of the year. Joining ATCR are: Ottawa-born, Montreal resident Leif Vollenbeck, up for Alternative Album of
I pity the country / I pity the state / And the mind of a man / Who thrives on hate
— From I Pity the Country by Willie Dunn.
For people who celebrate to success of A Tribe Called Red and other Indigenous musicians who are
It's likely that every Canadian over age five has heard tell of Brent Leroy and his Corner Gas station. The man behind the iconic character, Brent Butt, who was born in Tisdale, Saskatchewan, is headed into town this week for a night of stand-up at