At the end of a long day, the incoming director and CEO of the National Gallery of Canada's voice was hoarse but her vision was clear.
In an interview Alexandra Suda, better known perhaps as Sasha, said Job 1 when she takes her post in April
The award-winning New Zealand documentary maker Pietra Brettkelly had just finished work on the film A Flickering Truth. She'd spent some 2 1/2 years in Afghanistan and it had landed spots at TIFF and the Berlin Film Festival.
As she said in an interview, that filmmaking
Amanda Rheaume moved to Toronto's Little Portugal area in May 2017. You could say the move has been good for her. She certainly thinks so.
"I lived in Ottawa for 35 years. As a creative, I think it's good to shake it up."
She found a place
Gabrielle Shonk is looking forward to a break.
She's planning a visit to her brother in Florida for a couple of weeks and then, when she gets home to Quebec City, she'll turn right around and head to London, Ontario. That's because the 30 year old
The next director of the National Gallery of Canada is Alexandra Suda who is leaving her post as the curator of European art and the R. Fraser Elliott chair of prints and drawing with the Art Gallery of Ontario.
She replaces Marc Mayer who left the
Two artists connected to the Ottawa area have been named as winners of the 2019 Governor General's Awards in Visual and Media Arts.
A total of eight artists are being honoured this year. The awards recognize the careers of each.
Each winner will get $25,000 and
No question Steve Marriner can spot a good alliteration. After all, his latest project is called the Manx Marriner Mainline.
Of course, anyone who nostalgic for 1970s Canadian rock might get misty-eyed about another triple M band — McKenna Mendelson Mainline. But there is no connection there
For some 60 years, it's been all in the family for the Romeros.
The family business is the guitar both in the famous quartet that will be playing at Domininion-Chalmers United Church this weekend and in the workshops of a son and a grandson, both of
The city’s biggest arts hub will be broken up, that much seems certain. Less certain is how many of the artists there will be forced to relocate, and to where, and when.
The arts hub is the property at the northeast corner of Gladstone and Loretta
Inside the Bear Lodge, a circle and some modern technology are making magic happen and the result will be a show at the National Arts Centre's Big Bang Festival for people of all ages this coming weekend.
The Bear Lodge is a room inside Gatineau's Hadley