- published: 23 Feb 2017
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Ottawa R&B artist JUWN has been quickly surfacing as one of the city's best kept secrets. His relaxed yet vibrant vocals over bass-friendly instrumentals make him one of those artists who gives you mixed emotions and an appreciation for life and all it's glory. Earlier this month, JUWN performed for an intimate crowd at Mercury Lounge where filmmaker Osmo Capture recorded his set and later asked him a few questions for his new artist highlight series Well Versed. JUWN touches on how music has affected his life, his influences, as well as his development into a more prominent artist. Check out the video below. And look out for his (lowkey) full project coming soon. Directed by: Osmo Capture http://www.instagram.com/osmo_capture Additional camera: Johnro Angelo Cawaling JUWN https://sou...
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L'Arche Ottawa is an organization that supports adults with developmental disabilities. Every year, the community puts on a Christmas Art Sale, to support L'Arche Honduras. This year's sale will be held on November 14th at St. Richard's Church in Nepean.
Candela is now in its fifth year as Ottawa's prime Light Art Exhibition showing off installations by professional and emerging artists exploring electric light as an artistic medium. Candela's primary mandate is to increase the public's general awareness and interest in light and lighting design. In 2012, Candela is once again hoping to be able to give something back to the community by giving a portion of this year's profits from the event will be donated to Habitat for Humanity in the form of cash and equipment to bring some light into the lives of those less fortunate. This year's event will be held on January 31st - February 5th, 2012 at the CUBE Gallery at 1285 Wellington Street. A cocktail party for the vernissage will be held on Thursday, February 2, 2012 at 5:00pm until 10:00...
Rick Mercer hosts a special 150-minute Canada Day broadcast showcasing celebrations in every province and territory. The show concludes with a spectacular fireworks display from Parliament Hill. Performance line-up below. Here's the full performance line-up: 5:16 — Whitehorse With Faouzia — Devil's Got A Gun In Winnipeg 18:36 — The Trade Offs — Qaumariaq "Brighten Up" In Iqaluit 22:32 — Arkells — Knocking At The Door in Victoria 34:54 - Coeur De Pirate — Comme Des Enfants in Moncton 38:06 - Buffy Sainte-Marie — Star Walker in Toronto 47:22 - Delhi 2 Dublin — Tumbiwow in Victoria 52:11 Brett Kissel — Airwaves in Banff 58:43 Medley — Alessia Cara: Stay, Lisa Leblanc: Ti Gars, Dean Brody: Bring Down The House, Louis-Jean Cormier: Tout Le Monde En Même Temps, Marie-Mai:Comme Avant, Serena Ryd...
Documentary about the creation of a multimedia performance and an art exhibition, both titled "Turning the Page" by the artists at H'Art of Ottawa in collaboration with musician and artist Jesse Stewart. H'Art of Ottawa is an art and creative writing studio for artists with disabilities, operating in downtown Ottawa, Canada. The performance was 30 April 2014 in the National Arts Centre's 4th Stage, the art exhibit was at Gallery 101 from March 22 to May 3, 2014. For more information, see the H'Art of Ottawa website at www.hartofottawa.ca
Moods Expressed is a group that focuses on finding exhibitions and selling opportunities for practicing artists living with mental illness. Its mission is to promote the work of local artists and to reduce the stigma of mental illness through art. The group has been running for four years through the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Ottawa. http://www.moodsexpressed.com
Ottawa artist Sarah Hatton talks about her 'bee' art, made of thousands of dead honey bees, a project to raise awareness about the 'colony collapse' that is wiping out bees around the world and threatening human agriculture. Filmed in Ottawa, Ontario by Peter Simpson of The Ottawa Citizen on Nov. 20, 2013.