You can now see the (blank) of new Canadian painting at the National Gallery, and there you can decide how to fill in that (blank).
Is it the best of new Canadian painting? The newest, the freshest? Is it the cutting edge of new Canadian painting
For the first time in 35 years, John Gomez will not be picking up the baton this fall to conduct the Ottawa Youth Orchestra.
Gomez has passed that task to the well-known local violinist and violist Donnie Deacon who fully assumes his duties with an intense
As the CityFolk festival settles into Lansdowne Park, the event known as Marvest continues to reap a bounty of music.
Marvest is a weekend of music performed by local artists in businesses and venues in the Glebe neighbourhood around Lansdowne Park.
The third edition of Marvest will
A rare appearance by the respected pianist Sir András Schiff leads Chamberfest’s winter concert series.
Schiff opens the six concert series on Oct. 23 and Dominion-Chalmers United Church. This year will feature two extra events which will be made available to concert series subscribers. These are
When Jesse Stewart says he's got a few things on the go, you have to choke back a chuckle at the understatement. The guy has TONS on the go.
He's a music professor at Carleton and an adjunct visual arts professor at uOttawa. He is a busy
A fiction writer's journey can be lonely and frustrating. Just ask Ottawa writer Kate Heartfield, who after 20 years of honing her craft, the former editorial pages editor of the Ottawa Citizen is seeing some real success. Two of her novels have been purchased f0r
Fans of Ottawa author Frances Itani may remember how her last book, Tell, ended with the adoption of a baby called Hanora. Well, Hanora is all grown up now with her own book, That’s My Baby, to be published this September.
Unlike those of us who
Carleton University is examining the feasibility of purchasing Dominion-Chalmers United Church, one of the most important buildings and popular performing halls in downtown Ottawa.
Known fondly as 'Dom-Chalm' in the music community, the Centretown building has been a house of worship for more than 100 years
The Great Canadian Theatre Company is back to school with a new initiative to involve students and teachers in the world of theatre.
GCTC's "fully formed" education and learning programs are intended to serve as an introduction to professional Canadian theatre and add curriculum content, the
Ever since trolls relocated to fetid corners of the internet, beautiful things can happen beneath bridges.
For 14 years now, the annual House of PainT festival has been bringing the beauty of hip hop, in all its forms, to the spaces under and around the Dunbar