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“ARAGUANEY” Venezuelan Folk Dance Group is a non-profit organization committed to the preservation, study and diffusion of Venezuelan folk dances and traditions within the Canadian community.
752 Princess Louise Drive
An expressive Tabla Player - Ravi S.K. Singh has also founded Gharana Arts, an energetic, pro-active not-for-profit classical arts organization dedicated to teaching, promoting, and developing Indo-Canadian arts throughout Canada.
17 Fairmont Avenue
North America's longest-running organization of its kind - Orpheus has been entertaining Ottawa theatre audiences with musical performances of all kinds since 1906. Their next show is 9 to 5 the Musical on at Centrepointe Theatre from May 30th to June 8th.
2 Daly Avenue, suite 100
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.
613-240-9775 or 819-773-7523
P.O. Box 67115 Westboro, 421 Richmond Rd.
Propeller Dance is an integrated arts organization based in Ottawa with the sole mandate of providing dance programming to persons with and without disability. Propeller Dance believes that everyone deserves access to dance and the arts, not only as audiences, but as movers, students, trainers and choreographers. Propeller Dance provides weekly integrated recreational classes, two classes for children, as well as two classes for youth and adults. Co-executive/co-artistic directors Renata Soutter and Shara Weaver also provide pre-professional dance training and teaching opportunities to members of the Performing Company. The members of the company have performed at events across the city and have provided creative movement workshops at local elementary and secondary schools as well as at various community organizations and rehabilitation centres.
Rag & Bone Puppet Theatre
1693 Boyer Rd.
These integrated arts presentations combine puppetry, theatre, storytelling, dance, music and visual art. The music is performed live, on a wide variety of authentic instruments, including hurdy-gurdy, dulcimer, Chinese drums, gongs, synthesizer, bones, bull-roarer, accordion, rain maker, electric guitar and more! Puppeteers present delightful and educational shows for kids of all ages.
Remix Dance Academy uniquely offers HIP HOP dance lessons, school workshops, professional competitions and event performances in the Eastern Ontario region.
149 Branthaven Street
Singing Lessons! Cours de chant!
Tale Wagging Theatre
P.O. Box 15 c/o AOE Arts Council, Shenkman Arts Centre, Suite 260-245 Centrum Blvd.
Tale Wagging Theatre is a not-for-profit company dedicated to producing quality Canadian productions and providing opportunities for new, emerging and established artists in a professional theatre environment.
613-580-2424, # email@example.com
245, boul. Centrum bureau 260
Tara Luz Danse est une compagnie de danse contemporaine, incorporée en avril 2006, sous la direction artistique de la chorégraphe d’Ottawa, Anik Bouvrette.
Ottawa Storytellers is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting the art of storytelling in this community. Since 1983 it has produced storytelling events for adults and children on an on-going basis and supported tellers at all levels of practice.