Tag Archives: Culture

613flea [November 2019 Edition]

613flea is a not-for-profit marketplace where artisans, designers and makers come together with antiques dealers, food merchants and vintage clothing vendors to create an amazing market that is fun, fabulous and free to attend! Located in the historic Aberdeen Pavilion, visitors will find an ever-changing inventory of eclectic goods, handmades, vintage finds and one-of-a-kinds. Check …

Bal XO Ball

Saturday, November 9th 2019 7:00PM to 1:00AM The Ottawa Art Gallery 10 Daly Avenue or 50 Mackenzie King Bridge Join us on the pink carpet for the first-ever XO Ball – a night in support of the Ottawa Art Gallery. Experience a unique blend of art, gastronomy, performance and more! What is the XO Ball? …

Captive by Christine Fitzgerald @ Studio Sixty Six

Studio Sixty Six held their the opening reception of Christine Fitzgerald‘s Captive. Which features beautiful and emotional photographs of Parrots. About the exhibition: “Christine’s project about these coveted creatures. It is a meditation on themes surrounding the often conflicted, often tenuous relationship between humans and the natural world, areas where she explored in previous bodies …

613flea [October 2019]

Finally got around for a Saturday morning to check out 613flea in Lansdowne Park. 613flea is a not-for-profit marketplace where Ottawa’s creative community along with entrepreneurs and small businesses showcase their products and creations to shoppers. Artisans, artists, designers, makers and entertainers come together with antiques dealers, independent boutiques, food merchants and vintage clothing vendors …

Music Art Ppl – Echoes Vol. 1 @ Club Saw

Music.Art.Ppl held their first volume of the Echoes Series at Club Saw on October 11, 2019. About Echoes: “Striving to capture the shapes and sounds of culture across our great landscape, Echoes will bring you the best local and international talent in the fields of visual arts, music, deco creation, sound production and performance.” Their …

Hanran: 20th-Century Japanese Photography @ National Gallery of Canada

National Gallery of Canada held their opening for “Hanran: 20th-Century Japanese Photography“. This exhibition which is on view for the first time outside Japan, calls attention to a period of socio-political upheaval in Japan, through photographs from the Yokohama Museum of Art. Inspired by the Japanese word for flooding, overflow, or deluge, Hanran reflects early …