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Ottawa writer Frances Boyle's first collection of short stories has been shortlisted for two awards in this pandemic year. Such

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Ottawa Chamberfest is heading into spring with seven more livestreamed concerts including one important change. The talented nadian pianist Philip

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This is a brave and important step taken by the NAC's English Theatre. Here is some of the announcement: The National Arts

By Natasha Gauthier After weeks of exciting, inclusive truly diverse programming, NACO n be forgiven for presenting one ultra-traditional, all-Beethoven concert.

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By Natasha Gauthier After a COVID-induced absence of almost eight months, the National Arts Centre Orchestra returned to Southam Hall Saturday

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The bewildering explanation as to why the National Gallery of nada ncelled a long-planned exhibition of Old Masters paintings from

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Jodi Cobb's fascination with the world started on a desert island off the coast of Iran. The island was the

I live in the noisy heart of downtown Ottawa, and once, while visiting my parents in their comparatively rural home,

Official war artists have been following nadian forces for more than a century, and that’s a long time to create

To start, a short, sweet story: “Russell Yuristy was the first contemporary artist I knew,” rells Alexandra Badzak, who grew

Sarah Hatton grew up in Barbados and considered herself to be “somewhat of an expert” on the coral reefs that

Ottawa photo-artist Christine Fitzgerald is heading to the nadian embassy in Washington. You might say her posting will be long. Fitzgerald

While the public was beating up OC Transpo at City Hall on Thursday, over at the glittering Ottawa Art Gallery

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When Nadia Myre was putting the title on the exhibition of tondos?lled Meditations on Black Lake, she says she was

Ottawa writer Frances Boyle's first collection of short stories has been shortlisted for two awards in this pandemic year. Such

Meet Ottawa's new poets laureate. Albert Dumont is a poet, storyteller, and an Algonquin Traditional Teacher who will be the English

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In this grim year, we are all getting a lesson in sorrow from the loss of our freedoms and the

A dede ago Ottawa was a different place. No light rail troubles then. Stephen Harper was prime minister and Jim

The fact that Julie S. Lalonde has built a reer as a successful advote and activist in the fight against

Ottawa journalist and historian Mark Bourrie is the winner of the 2020 RBC Taylor prize for non fiction for his

Jesse Thistle's memoir From the Ashes has had an interesting impact. All of a sudden he has become sort of

A few days before this interview Desmond Cole went to a huge LCBO in downtown Toronto in the middle of

Daniel Levitin n remember the very first record he ever bought. That might not seem to be much of anything

While the public was beating up OC Transpo at City Hall on Thursday, over at the glittering Ottawa Art Gallery

This is a pretty exciting time to lead Library and Archives nada. The repository of the many treasures that make up

A few years ago, Joanna Pocock left her home in London, England and headed to Montana in the Amerin West

The narrator of Michael Blouin’s new novel, Skin House (Anvil Press), is never named despite hogging most of the ink

The connections between nada and the Netherlands dot this city every spring as tens of thousands of tulips bloom across

You couldn’t ask for a better way to celebrate Leap Day than with the exuberant extra-ness of New York City’s

This year's list of lifetime laureates of the?Governor General's Performing Arts Awards includes a major Indigenous actor, a Chinese nadian

In our bodies, the nerves that connect our muscles and organs to our brains are coated with a sheath. This

The dancer/choreographer/performance artist Tedd Robinson has been putting works together through the lens of modern dance for some 45 years. These

Dana Gingras likes those liminal spaces She finds inspiration for the dance works she creates in between things. It is a

Twenty-five years ago, Wouter Van Looy was a violinist involved in theatril productions in his native Belgium when he had

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The Wizard of Oz has been presented in many forms. First as a novel written by L. Frank Baum and

Battleground, the latest offering by nadian dance icon Louise Levalier, is described in the program notes as taking place in

Well, for someone who doesn't exist, you seem in fine form! From The Nonexistent Knight by Italo lvino ? Louise Levalier created the

Greta Hodgkinson is a planner. She thinks ahead. She even started talking about stepping down from her role as a

Ottawa Chamberfest is heading into spring with seven more livestreamed concerts including one important change. The talented nadian pianist Philip

I n't think of a more horrific act of hate and misogyny than the one that occurred in the Ottawa

On Feb. 13 and 14, the Big Bang festival returns to the National Arts Centre for the third year. This

Ottawa Chamberfest is offering a gift of music to warm up this bleak winter. The second half of the 2020-21 concert

By Natasha Gauthier After weeks of exciting, inclusive truly diverse programming, NACO n be forgiven for presenting one ultra-traditional, all-Beethoven concert.

By Natasha Gauthier In her video introduction to her 2008 piece What Keeps Me Awake, Puerto Rin composer Angéli Negrón describes

By Natasha Gauthier I’m not going to lie: sitting in a concert hall for the first time in eight months was

By Natasha Gauthier After a COVID-induced absence of almost eight months, the National Arts Centre Orchestra returned to Southam Hall Saturday

COVID-19 has forced many changes on the performing arts — some devastating some imaginative. Necessity being the mother of invention

You'd think rissa Klopoushak had enough on her plate. She's a violinist with the NAC Orchestra. She's a co-funder of the

The COVID clouds are parting and Ottawa Chamberfest is set to shine some musil light on the fall season. Traditionally

After 13 years as artistic director of the Ottawa Chamber Music Society (OCMS), Roman Borys will step down from his

Wherever Dame Evelyn Glennie goes she picks up things with an eye to making music with them. "At the moment," she

The annual Kiwanis Music Festival will be postponed until May as a result of the novel coronavirus pandemic. The festival's

On Feb. 13 and 14, the Big Bang festival returns to the National Arts Centre for the third year. This

This is a brave and important step taken by the NAC's English Theatre. Here is some of the announcement: The National Arts

When Bronwyn Steinberg launched TACTICS in 2013, she was responding to what she saw as a critil deficit in Ottawa’s

It seemed appropriate that Daisy, Sean Devine’s politilly charged drama rooted in the Amerin election of 1964, opened at the

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Donna Vivino has a rescue t with a big personality named Blaze. She also helps a lol centre re for

If you dreamed up a great idea and there was a market hungry for it, wouldn’t you want to make

This year's list of lifetime laureates of the?Governor General's Performing Arts Awards includes a major Indigenous actor, a Chinese nadian

You think you’re on the side of right when it comes to polarized issues like immigration and freedom of speech?

Twenty-five years ago, Wouter Van Looy was a violinist involved in theatril productions in his native Belgium when he had

One of the greatest jazz guitarists ever born; barely able to write a cheque, let alone manage his life; strangled

What does it mean to be a hero? Where do stories go when no one reads them? Why would a

The names Claude hun and Marcel Moore don’t ring a bell? Fifteen years ago, they didn’t for Ottawa’s Sarah Waisvisz,

It’s a show about the critil importance of imagination in life, but Jake Runeckles and Andrew Iles need to do

Meet Ottawa's new poets laureate. Albert Dumont is a poet, storyteller, and an Algonquin Traditional Teacher who will be the English

On Feb. 13 and 14, the Big Bang festival returns to the National Arts Centre for the third year. This

After 13 years as artistic director of the Ottawa Chamber Music Society (OCMS), Roman Borys will step down from his

The annual Kiwanis Music Festival will be postponed until May as a result of the novel coronavirus pandemic. The festival's

The National Arts Centre has ncelled all performance until April 5, the centre said in a statement on Friday morning. They

The bewildering explanation as to why the National Gallery of nada ncelled a long-planned exhibition of Old Masters paintings from

The National Gallery of nada says it decided not to host an exhibition of works from the collection of the

Coronavirus concerns are closing places such as the Louvre in Paris and La Sla in Milan, along with shuttered schools,

This year's list of lifetime laureates of the?Governor General's Performing Arts Awards includes a major Indigenous actor, a Chinese nadian

Alessia ra is the runaway leader in JUNO nominations this year with six, but Ottawa is also represented on the

While the public was beating up OC Transpo at City Hall on Thursday, over at the glittering Ottawa Art Gallery

The world is in a disordered state with even the United States going its own way without much regard to

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