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2 Daly Avenue, suite 100
Ottawa, ON
A Fringe Festival is a forum that unites artists and audiences in a fun, exploratory environment. The guiding principles of the Fringe include unrestricted artistic expression, accessibility and community development. The Fringe encourages artists to explore and test boundaries and make bold choices in the creation of art. The Canadian Fringe Festival model is unique in two respects: it guarantees that the artists receive 100% of ticket revenue and it does not subject the artists’ work to jury approval or censor it in any way. Theatre companies are selected by non-judicial means and work within the technical guidelines of the Fringe Festival to produce their own art. Festival patrons enjoy physically and financially accessible arts experiences and the opportunity to engage in meaningful dialogues with artists and fellow Fringe patrons. Founded in 1997, the Ottawa Fringe Festival has enjoyed consistent growth over its 16 years and now includes 15 venues in the center of the National Capital. Our licensed outdoor venue, The Courtyard (corner of Daly and Waller), serves as the heart of the Fringe and features nightly entertainment. It’s the best place to meet performers, catch the buzz on hot Fringe shows and see previews for other performances.
Sheree Bradford-Lea

2832A Cedarwood Drive
Ottawa, ON
K1V 7R1
I create art that reflects an upbeat approach to life. The different ideas I have suggest various forms of expression, which is why even my cartoons tend to be mixed media in nature. My various artworks focus on the seeming simplicities but underlying complexities of life, by presenting the viewer with illusions and other puzzles, all nestled within a naive art style. Head, as well as heart, are engaged. In addition to creating my art, I teach workshops and classes.
Aurore Alessandra

70, rue Bolton (app. 1)
Ottawa, ON
Conteuse dans la région depuis un peu plus de trois ans, j'aimerais étendre mes activités dans ce domaine et voir quelles sont les possibilités qui s'offrent à moi. Je mêle le conte et le slam dans certaines de mes créations et j'envisage maintenant d'apprendre la langue des signes pour pouvoir apprendre des histoires et conter en ASL. J'aimerais également organiser des ateliers pour les enfants dans les hôpitaux de la région.
Judith Carruthers
1 613 296 3922

18 Morton Drive
Kanata, ON
K2L 1X1
cartoonist illusrator pastel / water colours oil and acrylics
Nancy Darryl

Nancy Darryl is the author of three novels. She conducts writing workshops for the Ottawa Public Library, the Arts Ottawa East Writers in the Community series, and the Canadian Authors Association. She teaches writing part-time at Algonquin College.
Rachna Gilmore
(613) 834-8703

Rachna Gilmore is a best-selling, critically acclaimed Governor General’s Award winning author of numerous children’s picture books, early readers, middle grade and young adult novels, as well as adult fiction. Her books have received multiple honours and awards and are sold internationally with translations in French, Danish, German, Korean, Spanish, Catalan, Urdu, Bengali, Chinese as well as several other languages.
Michelle Nel

Canada, ON
To Be A Nut Or Not! And My Immune System Needs Glasses are the first two,in a series of six allergy books written by Canadian allergy mom and author Michelle Nel and illustrated by American allergy mom and artist Jennifer Bebernes. To Be A Nut Or Not provides a safe manner to learn what different tree nuts look like as well answering 'the' question, "Just what IS a peanut?!!" My Immune System Needs Glasses! is the second in this series of six educational books by allergy mom’s Michelle Nel and Jennifer Bebernes. With an intergalactic twist My Immune System Needs Glasses helps answer the question ‘How do allergic reactions happen?”. Michelle began writing in hopes of providing a fun yet informative manner in which to share allergy information. Michelle and Jennifer have aspired to create books that will not only engage children who have allergies but that they might also be used as resources to aid with allergy education.

587 Arc-en-ciel St.
Ottawa, ON
K4A 3J1
People who inspire, inspire me. The connections obvious or elusive, the layers of meaning between the lines both written and drawn, the shadows of light. The process of art as art, the mixing of media each inspiring creations connected. All these things interest me and inspire my writings in words and images. Creativity as it is only imagined is in the grǽg.
(819) 561-5742

48 D'Alsace Ave
Gatineau, PQ
Victor Pavlov is a civil engineer by education, computer specialist by trade, and artist, illustrator, and writer by heart. He regularly participates in juried exhibitions in Canada and USA. He is a fellow member of the Ottawa Watercolour Society. His first children’s book “Polka-Dot Troubles” was published by Baico Publishing in March 2011. The story is presented in rhymes supported by Victor's colourful illustrations, which engage a child’s imagination and interest. For more information visit his web site:
Marc Scott

C. P. 14
Plantagenet, ON
Marc Scott est un auteur et un éditeur. Il a écrit jusqu'ici 12 livres (pièces de théâtre, recueils de contes et de légendes, romans jeunesse, etc.). Il a fondé la maison d'édition Le Chardon Bleu en 1994, une petite maison qui publie 4 ou 5 nouveaux titres chaque année.
Lois Siegel

1918 Des Epinettes Avenue
Orleans, ON
K1C 6P5
Lois Siegel is a filmmaker, musician, photographer, professor, and writer. Residing in Ottawa, Lois was named one of the Capital city's Top 50 People who are shaping the future of the Nation's Capital, by Ottawa Life Magazine, 2002.
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