Alan Neal, host of CBC’s All in a Day, is hosting three one-of-a kind musical storytelling events that are popping-up in community venues across Ottawa where he asks the question: What is a moment that changed your life?
Alan will be joined by a great mix of artists and musical guests with incredible stories to tell.
Do you have a life changing moment you want to share? You can send Alan a note at firstname.lastname@example.org for the chance to join him on stage at an upcoming pop-up event.
- Bar Robo: 692 Somerset St. W.
Thursday, March 9 from 7 – 9 p.m.
Musical guests include The Split and Malak
- Black Squirrel Books: 1073 Bank St.
Thursday, March 16 from 7 – 9 p.m.
Musical guests to be announced
- Stomping Ground: 728 Bank St
Thursday, March 23 from 7 – 9 p.m.
Musical guests to be announced
Check out the photos from Sasha Huber, Petri Saarikko and Vincent Tiley’s opening reception at Axenéo Sept.
The exhibition runs until February 25th.
Opening night had Vincent Tiley’s performance piece of The Past Three Nights and The Zombie.
More information about the exhibition click here.
Food was made and prepared by Chloe Berlanga.
Mark your calendar for January 20, 2017 which is this Friday.
Tune in to No Filter on January 16, 2017 at around 4:30pm, I will have Claudia Gutierrez from the Ottawa Art Gallery to talk about Depart-y.
Here is the description:
After 28 years, the OAG is hosting one last party in its Arts Court location. Join us in saying goodbye to our first home! Help us with the fun part of the move — pizza, beer, and dancing; we’ll deal with the boxes.
Kitchen Party’s DJ Sweet Cheeks will be bringing the sounds, Hard Science will be bringing the views, and Beau’s All Natural Brewing will be pouring the beer. With interactive arts activities, the launch of our 2017 year of programming OAG Out There, and a giant piñata to ring in 2017 with a bang, this last party will be one to remember.
2017, A Tribe Called Red, alternative, Arts, Austra, Brave Radar, Canada, Century Palm, CHUO FM, City of Stars, Culture, Dance, Desperate Journalist, Dirty Projectors, electronica, folk, Gianna Lauren, Hannah Georgas, Hollerado, indie, Interview, Khodara, Kid Koala, La La Land, London Grammar, Mo Kenney, Molly Burch, Moonlight, Music, Music Video, Musicians, Nicholas Britell, No Ice, Peach Pit, Phern, Podcast, pop, punk, Radio, Rock, Ryan Gosling, Saul Williams, Shad, Sonic Avenues, Studio Sixty Six, Tanya Tagaq, Thanya Iyer, The Acorn, The Proper Ornaments, The XX, UK, USA
No Filter for January 9, 2017.
I had on the show Rose Ekins of Studio Sixty Six who is the general manager and curator.
She came to talk about the exhibition called Kanata 150? which runs from January 12 – February 18, 2017.
The interview is at the second hour in the 30 minute mark.
Have a listen:
- The Acorn – Rapids
- Gianna Lauren – Windows
- Mo Kenney – Deja Vu
- Century Palm – King of John St / Walk Forever Blind
- Kid Koala – The Observable Universe
- Nicholas Britell – The Middle of the World
- Ryan Gosling – City of Stars
- Del Bel – Look On Down from The Bridge
- Desperate Journalist – Resolution
- Brave Radar – Northern Planet
- Khodara – Billie
- The Proper Ornaments – Bridge by a Tunnel
- Phern – Crosswalk Talk
- London Grammar – Rooting For You
- Sonic Avenues – Forgetting the Sound of My Mind
- Top 5 Songs of the week
- Tanya Tagaq – Centre feat. Shad
- A Tribe Called Red – Virus (Alan Rosales Remix)
- Thanya Iyer – Daydreaming
- Peach Pit – Sweet FA
- No Ice – The Cemetery
- Molly Burch – Try
Tune in to No Filter on January 9, 2017 at around 4:30pm, I will have Rose Ekins who is the Gallery Manager & Curator of Studio Sixty Six.
They will have a vernissage/opening on January 12th called KANATA 150?
That starts from 6-9pm and there will be free food and drinks.
Kanata 150? is a group exhibition of emerging Indigenous artists reflecting on the 150th anniversary celebrations of the Dominion of Canada.
The artist are:
- Alexandre Aimée (Métis)
- Oo Aqpik (Inuit)
- Christian Chapman (Anishinabe)
- Shelby Lisk (Haudenosaunee)
- Mique Michelle (Anishinabe)
- Barry Pottle (Inuit)
- Krystle Retieffe (Mi’kmaq)
The exhibition runs from January 12 – February 18, 2017.
More info, click here.
2016, Arboretum Festival, Art, band, Bonnie Doon, Canada, Culture, Event, FEVERS, Fiver, Group, Heavy Medicine Band, Jerusha Lewis, Jon Hynes, Kristy Nease, Music, Music Video, Musicians, Neema Mugala, Ottawa, Pascal Delaquis, show, The Acorn, The Luyas, The Talking Heads, Wooden Stars, Yellow Jacket Avenger
Get ready to burn the house down on December 10, 2016.
Arboretum Festival presents I Can’t Believe It’s Not returns for its 6th edition with a 13-song live dance party celebration of inimitable new wave pioneers Talking Heads, featuring seminal tracks from Remain In Light, Speaking In Tongues, Fear of Music, ’77 and many more!
Taking place at St. Albans Church which is on 454 King Edward Ave
Tickets are $20 adv/door and All Ages/19+
Opening up the show will be The Luyas and Fiver!
Here is the list of the musicians playing: