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
Grupo Corpo, the exuberant, wildly innovative Brazilian contemporary dance company, presented a sold-out double bill at Southam Hall on Saturday. The performance offered a case study on the importance of score selection, and how mediocre music can spoil an otherwise great work.
Rodrigo Pederneiras choreographed both
About 18 months ago, Matthew Larkin left his post at Christ Church Cathedral. At that time he told ARTSFILE of his intention to start pursuing his performing career as a pianist, organist and conductor more actively.
He also talked about his dream of forming a new
Whenever Principal Guest Conductor John Storgårds is in town, the NAC Orchestra plays with a little extra fire in its belly. The musicians appear particularly fond of the passionate Finnish maestro, who returns their warm, fuzzy feelings feelings with enthusiasm.
Storgårds conducts with such a
The undercurrents theatre festival is under way. Our Patrick Langston took in three shows. Here is his take.
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Hard to fathom, but there are actually people who aren’t mad about dogs — their intelligence, their steadfastness, their boundless optimism. Kim Kilpatrick is not
The artist known as KEF! is a major star on the German cultural scene for his intricate grafitti patterns. His street-based work has now crossed the Atlantic and can be seen in Ottawa during Winterlude at the Germany Embassy on Waverley Street near the Canal and
In the school of rock, Dr. Susan Rogers gets a A — for her engineering work with Prince, David Byrne, the Barenaked Ladies and many other bands as a producer and for her work exploring the science of listening.
She is also a trailblazer in that
We know prime ministers mostly by their public political lives. Sometimes we find out more and learn about personal quirks, or more intimate matters, but rarely do we see Canadian leaders as art lovers and art influencers, even though they are often the subject of
The Brazilian dance company Grupo Corpo started in 1975 as a real family affair.
Paolo Pederneiras started it all and he was later joined by his brother Rodrigo who is now the company's principal choreographer.
Grupo Corpo will perform at the National Arts Centre on Feb. 9.