Mavis Staines was consumed by ballet as a child.
"My very first lesson was in Ottawa in a community centre. The shoes I was wearing had been purchased on food stamps. I was transfixed.
"I came home after my second class and said to my mother 'I'm
If art and science were expressed as a Venn diagram, Juan Geuer would be the shared space in the middle.
Born in the Netherlands in 1917, Geuer was an artist from a family of artists, yet in Canada he worked at the Earth Physics Branch of
The work of statesmen and women often gets done on the sidelines during a round of golf or at a good meal on a country estate.
In the case of Canada, the home of Henry Herbert, the 4th Earl of Carnarvon was such a place.
Suzie Vinnick has several albums to her credit. The Saskatoon native has just released Shake The Love Around and it's gathering some pretty solid reviews. She's bringing that new music to the NAC Fourth Stage on April 25 but before the show she answered some
The full scope of the largest public art project in Ottawa's history is coming into focus with the call for proposals to turn Stage 2 of light rail into a visual destination.
In Stages 1 and 2, some $21 million is being spent on artworks, based
You’d never sink your life savings into a Ponzi scheme, right? Especially one operated by a former pig farmer who wants you to breed racing pigeons. But you might be surprised at what you’d do, given certain circumstances.
Friedrich Nietzsche wrote much about tragedy, and in the end he became one.
The exhibition Friedrich Nietzsche and the Artists of the New Weimar, now at the National Gallery, has key images of the German philosopher as a man who looked haunted, even tormented by the
The National Arts Centre is celebrating 50 years with a major European tour of seven cities and five countries.
The orchestra, led by music director Alexander Shelley will travel to and perform in: Saffron Walden, near Cambridge and London, England; Paris; Utrecht, The Netherlands; Copenhagen,
By Byron Pascoe
Since 2012, Artists’ Legal Services Ottawa (ALSO) has been dedicated to sharing legal information with creators in the national capital region to fulfill a need all too often overlooked for artists. That need is access to justice.
The group is run by volunteer lawyers, with an
The first steps toward the awarding of the 2019 Sobey Art Award was taken Tuesday with the release of a longlist of 25 young Canadian artists.
Among the group is Gatineau artist Caroline Monnet who is a uOttawa graduate in communications and sociology. She turned to