The blossoming solo career of Ottawa's Bryan Cheng is about to get a hometown boost. He will make his main stage

Ottawa photo-artist Christine Fitzgerald is heading to the Canadian embassy in Washington. You might say her posting will be long. Fitzgerald

It’s unlikely Stan Rogers’ long-loved 1981 song Northwest Passage will ever again be played in my home. The a cappella

While the public was beating up OC Transpo at City Hall on Thursday, over at the glittering Ottawa Art Gallery

Sometimes, the precise moment when a work of art began can be known, even if the full concept takes years

When Nadia Myre was putting the title on the exhibition of tondos called Meditations on Black Lake, she says she was

Adrean Farrugia is a talented — and funny — pianist who has paired up with the saxophonist Joel Frahm for

When I was a piano student, my teacher gave me some wise advice about playing Schubert. “Pare everything down,” she

The world is in a disordered state with even the United States going its own way without much regard to

When Sasha Suda started her work as the 11th executive director and CEO of the National Gallery of Canada, she

Not since the battle over Barnett Newman's Voice of Fire has a controversy hit the National Gallery as hard as

Had a northern and a southern artist, each unknown to the other, not both signed up for an ocean expedition

The Wizard of Oz has been presented in many forms. First as a novel written by L. Frank Baum and

In the National Gallery of Canada, there be monsters. An exhibition of prints and drawings called Beautiful Monsters offers a journey

Ottawa photo-artist Christine Fitzgerald is heading to the Canadian embassy in Washington. You might say her posting will be long. Fitzgerald

While the public was beating up OC Transpo at City Hall on Thursday, over at the glittering Ottawa Art Gallery

Sometimes, the precise moment when a work of art began can be known, even if the full concept takes years

When Nadia Myre was putting the title on the exhibition of tondos called Meditations on Black Lake, she says she was

The world is in a disordered state with even the United States going its own way without much regard to

When Sasha Suda started her work as the 11th executive director and CEO of the National Gallery of Canada, she

Not since the battle over Barnett Newman's Voice of Fire has a controversy hit the National Gallery as hard as

Art galleries come and go, and 14 years is not a bad run. “We are proud to have survived as

Canada will be represented at the 59th Venice Biennale in 2021 by the Vancouver-based artist Stan Douglas. His multidisciplinary practice involves

No one knows for sure the name or the story of the plump young woman at the National Gallery of

After 30 years and literally millions of visits by kids and families, the Children's Museum inside the Canadian Museum of

Let’s ignore the grammatically fraught title of Me and My Microbes at the Museum of Nature (“My Microbes and Me,”

William Kentridge’s new installation at the National Gallery is built of so many elements — audio, video, animation, drawing, sculpture, costume

It occurs to me, as I walk through the new exhibition on monsters at the National Gallery, that while we

While the public was beating up OC Transpo at City Hall on Thursday, over at the glittering Ottawa Art Gallery

This is a pretty exciting time to lead Library and Archives Canada. The repository of the many treasures that make up

A few years ago, Joanna Pocock left her home in London, England and headed to Montana in the American West

The narrator of Michael Blouin’s new novel, Skin House (Anvil Press), is never named despite hogging most of the ink

Sarah Jennings wasn't at all sure that she wanted to tackle a second edition of Art and Politics, her intensive

In 1956, five Christian missionaries and their families travelled to Ecuador intending to convert a rain-forest people who had not

Adam Shoalts knows that toenails do grow back over time. His were badly damaged while walking through the freezing water

Alcinous, majesty, shining among your island people, what a fine thing it is to listen to such a bard as

The novel Five Wives by Joan Thomas has won the 2019 Governor General’s Literary Award for English fiction. She joined

Karen McBride is just enjoying the ride. The young writer is on her first book tour with her first novel

This is an anxious age. We worry about our climate. We worry about our jobs, our health, our finances and

What does a person do, who wants to write serious literary fiction and also chilling thrillers? If you are Naben

One of the pressing problems of today is caring for disabled or frail elderly relatives. We trust that those who

The journalist, speaker and human rights activist Sally Armstrong has been reporting on the struggle for female equality for three

The world is in a disordered state with even the United States going its own way without much regard to

The Wizard of Oz has been presented in many forms. First as a novel written by L. Frank Baum and

Battleground, the latest offering by Canadian dance icon Louise Lecavalier, is described in the program notes as taking place in

Well, for someone who doesn't exist, you seem in fine form! From The Nonexistent Knight by Italo Calvino • Louise Lecavalier created the

Greta Hodgkinson is a planner. She thinks ahead. She even started talking about stepping down from her role as a

Guillaume Côté had this idea see. "For a long time I have wanted to do something that is narrative, something that is

This will be a busy week for Janice Messam. She's in charge of 76 young ballet dancers taking part in performances

The Royal Winnipeg Ballet is celebrating its 80th season this year and André  Lewis has been part of the company

The 2019 National Arts Centre Award for Distinguished Contribution to Touring has been awarded to Ballet BC in recognition of the

When Stephen Page was a lad living in an Australian suburb, his dad would take his children to the local

Boston Ballet is serving up an all-American triple bill at the NAC this week. It’s a diverse but uneven program,

Paulo Arrais was born in a very Catholic city in central Brazil, a very conservative part of that Latin American

With Split, which opened at the NAC on Thursday night, Australian choreographer Lucy Guerin wanted returned to the simplicity of

The Australian choreographer Lucy Guerin has been surprised by how people view her work Split which will be at the

The blossoming solo career of Ottawa's Bryan Cheng is about to get a hometown boost. He will make his main stage

Adrean Farrugia is a talented — and funny — pianist who has paired up with the saxophonist Joel Frahm for

When I was a piano student, my teacher gave me some wise advice about playing Schubert. “Pare everything down,” she

The world is in a disordered state with even the United States going its own way without much regard to

The Wizard of Oz has been presented in many forms. First as a novel written by L. Frank Baum and

In the National Gallery of Canada, there be monsters. An exhibition of prints and drawings called Beautiful Monsters offers a journey

Say what you will about online call-out culture; it can be a catalyst for positive change. Take composer diversity. Over

"A stranger I arrived; a stranger I depart." — From Gute Nacht, Die Winterreise Franz Schubert's Die Winterriese is one of two song

It was chilly in Smithers, B.C., Alex Cuba said, on the day of this interview. But after 18 years in

The 2020-21 season of Broadway Across Canada will feature one of the recent highlights of the New York stage in

Clara Wieck was born into a middle class family in Leipzig, Germany in 1819. Fairly quickly her talent as a

The Ottawa cellist Raphael Weinroth-Browne is probably better known for many musical collaborations but now he's just about to release

The Broadway musical Waitress tells the story of a young woman named Jenna struggling to break free from an abusive

Ottawa-based guitarist, PhD candidate at McGill University and teacher Adam Cicchillitti's duo album with his pal Steve Cowan has made

It’s unlikely Stan Rogers’ long-loved 1981 song Northwest Passage will ever again be played in my home. The a cappella

The world is in a disordered state with even the United States going its own way without much regard to

Had a northern and a southern artist, each unknown to the other, not both signed up for an ocean expedition

 Feeling excluded from a space you simply assume is yours can be, for a white, middle-class person like me, disorienting.

The 2020-21 season of Broadway Across Canada will feature one of the recent highlights of the New York stage in

In his one-man show, Take d Milk, Nah?, opening shortly at the NAC, Jivesh Parasram takes on the thorny matter

The word Unikkaaqtuat means telling stories in Inuktitut. That is at the heart of a performance of the same name assembled

Guillaume Ittukssarjuat Saladin has a suggestion for audiences attending the upcoming world premiere of Unikkaaqtuat (meaning to tell stories), an

How do you maim a perfectly good musical? Run the show through an abysmally tuned sound system in the NAC’s

The Broadway musical Waitress tells the story of a young woman named Jenna struggling to break free from an abusive

After 46 years of hilarity, the Royal Canadian Air Farce will land forever with a final New Year's Eve special

Most of us see organic, free-range chickens in the supermarket and we buy one or we don’t. End of story. For

Jessie Nelson was a waitress for some 10 years during which time she was honing her skills as an actor

It would be interesting to know what the lake thinks about it. But lakes don’t usually speak, unlike the two

While the public was beating up OC Transpo at City Hall on Thursday, over at the glittering Ottawa Art Gallery

The world is in a disordered state with even the United States going its own way without much regard to

When Sasha Suda started her work as the 11th executive director and CEO of the National Gallery of Canada, she

Not since the battle over Barnett Newman's Voice of Fire has a controversy hit the National Gallery as hard as

There are words that are, at times, derogatory. But such is the power of language that  you can take those

When Alexander Shelley assumed the role of music director of the National Arts Centre Orchestra, one of his principal commitments

Angela Hewitt just keeps on racking up the honours. This time the Ottawa native will receive the 2020 Wigmore Medal next

On this day, Julie Taymor was feeling a bit tired. She's been working 12 hour days in post-production on the

It's probably the most fitting award Angela Hewitt has had in many years, even her Governor-General's lifetime achievement award. The Ottawa

The 2019 National Arts Centre Award for Distinguished Contribution to Touring has been awarded to Ballet BC in recognition of the

The Ottawa Hospital and the Ottawa Art Gallery have signed a unique memorandum of understanding that will see the two

For the first time, the Canadian Museum of History is caring for a collection of artifacts and holding in trust

Caroline Dromaguet seems poised to become the next director general of the Canadian War Museum – a job with a

The author Graeme Gibson has died, according to announcement by his publisher Penguin Random House. He was 85. Gibson had been

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