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In a  mixed media exhibit, where sensual art meets raw emotion, professional portrait photographer Katia Pershin and model-artist Nakisa Fouladi convey the reality behind the curated perfection portrayed in social media with their new exhibit, 405:33, its truest form. Based off of the poem of…

Cube Gallery’s Annual Great Big Smalls art show is an Ottawa tradition
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Cube Gallery’s Annual Great Big Smalls art show is an Ottawa tradition Celebrating its 13th year, this expansive exhibition of small, select works features more than 200 paintings by over 50 artists. We make it easy to find a gift for everyone on your list…

Talking Comics with Kerr @ the Cur Comix Retrospective: Atomic Rooster (Opening night: Tuesday May 16, 2017) 7

Atomic Rooster (303 Bank Street, Ottawa) is celebrating an aspect of local art and culture with a retrospective show of Greg Kerr’s Cur Comix. Cur Comix originally appeared in the alternative print weekly Ottawa X-Press from 1998-2004. The show, running from May 8 until June…

The Cube Gallery presents the works of the “grandmother of aboriginal art", Daphne Odjig
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eaFeature by Christine Roy Nestled among small businesses on Wellington Street rests the Cube Gallery, a small building that currently hosts a treasure displayed on its walls. Now in its tenth year in business, the Cube Gallery’s current exhibit presents the works of a woman embraced…

Two Views of The North 1
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  Michelle Valberg’s Photography and the Arc Poetry Magazine Launch  When award-winning Arctic photographer Michelle Valberg first flew from Ottawa to Nunavut five years ago she expected to see a landscape devoid of colour. Empty and barren.   And yet, she discovered a landscape so…

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For the 5th time around, come out and party for a cause! Join us for “What’s Right with this Picture?” a collection of photographs featuring positive images of our projects and the rural communities CHF has served for the past five decades.. This year, we…

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Kelp Records held a great showcase of great Ottawa acts at the Dom Polski on November 20, 2010. I only managed to see three acts. They were: Mike Essoudry’s Mash Potato Mashers The Flaps vs The Empiricals Andy Swan To see more photos click on here.