This year, the club is tackling materialism, with all proceeds going to LGBT Youthline, a charity that offers counselling, advice, and an outreach hotline for LGBT youth.
Lalonde pointed out that the number of artists using multimedia in this exhibit is part of a growing trend in the wider art world. As technology increases and becomes more accessible, artists are exploring ways to use common technologies in unique ways.
Townes sticks out a bit in the Ottawa music scene. Inundated with punk, hardcore, and metal, there aren’t a lot of pop or synthpop artists.
Undercurrents is a non-mainstream theatre festival in the heart of downtown Ottawa.
The Student Federation of the University of Ottawa (SFUO) and the University of Ottawa’s department of history have a number of events lined up to celebrate Black history both now and throughout the year.
Inspired by Denmark’s hygge and Scotland’s cosagach, the Canadian government is now looking to cash in on the coziness trend with their own uniquely Canadian way of getting snuggly, dubbed CANCozy.
The Canada Council for the Arts was established in 1957 and its mandate has remained relatively stable—to support the creation of new art in Canada by Canadians, and to help get an audience to that art.
The opera also pecks away at the social hierarchy of the time period, with the servants getting the upper hand over the count.