Donna Vivino has a rescue cat with a big personality named Blaze. She also helps a local centre care for felines that are abandoned or mistreated.
So it sort of makes sense that the New Jersey native would get a role in the touring company of
The main summer exhibition of Old Masters planned for the National Gallery of Canada has been mysteriously cancelled and that’s not all — the gallery will no longer mount biennials of acquisitions of Canadian contemporary art.
The news was transmitted in emails from Josee-Brittanie Mallet, a
From about 1923 to 1956 when the National Film Board moved production to Montreal, the city of Ottawa was the filmmaking capital of Canada.
Now that the city is on the cusp of a cinematic leap forward with the expected arrival of a major soundstage project,
Many journalists find other outlets for their talents. Some turn to fiction writing. Some to filmmaking.
In Peter Hum's case, he plays jazz piano. There is a direct connection to the work he has done at the Ottawa Citizen where he and I were colleagues.
Ottawa journalist and historian Mark Bourrie is the winner of the 2020 RBC Taylor prize for non fiction for his biography of Pierre-Esprit Radisson called Bush Runner (Biblioasis).
The $30,000 prize was handed to Bourrie at a lunch in Toronto on Monday.
The book revealed much about
If you dreamed up a great idea and there was a market hungry for it, wouldn’t you want to make a few dollars with your creation?
Theatre artists Megan Piercey Monafu and Johnny Wideman explore the fallout of that understandable inclination in Strata Inc., a show
How, one might ask of an art exhibition about environmental responsibility that has travelled the world, did all that art get around?
With previous stops in Toronto, New York, Geneva and Bonn, the exhibition Awakening, now in Ottawa, must have travelled on carbon dioxide-spewing jets. Given
You couldn’t ask for a better way to celebrate Leap Day than with the exuberant extra-ness of New York City’s Dorrance Dance. Founded in 2011 by tap phenom Michelle Dorrance, the ensemble quickly gained international acclaim thanks to Dorrance’s adventurous choreography — a heady, ever-evolving
It’s hard to imagine an Ottawa concert landscape without Seventeen Voyces. Music director Kevin Reeves founded the group 23 years ago, carving out a niche by producing modest chamber operas by local composers as well as silent film screenings with live musical accompaniment, in addition
Cathy Jordan is the lead singer of the band Dervish which for three decades has been one of the leading lights of traditional Irish music.
These days the members of Dervish are celebrating the release of their first album in a decade. The album is called