4 Best Ottawa Arts Podcasts

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Ottawa Arts Podcasts

Here are 4 Best Ottawa Arts Podcasts worth listening to in 2024

1. Mayfair Theatre

Mayfair Theatre Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
The Mayfair Theatre Podcast is a weekly show that takes you behind the scenes of one of Canada's oldest, and Ottawa's oldest movie theatre - o...pen since 1932!more
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7.9K 1 episode / week Avg Length 35 min Jun 2015
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2. Creative Continuum Conference

Creative Continuum Conference Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
CREATIVE CONTINUUM CONFERENCE is a multi-day conference presented by Arts Network Ottawa that consists of networking, presentations, speaker panels, a...nd workshops. Creative Continuum presents learning and networking resources for artists of all disciplines.more
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2.8K 3.8K 1 episode / quarter Avg Length 53 min
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3. To Be Continued: Troubling the Archive

To Be Continued: Troubling the Archive Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Join producer and host Anna Shah Hoque and guest producers Aedan Corey, Matt Miwa, Kole Peplinskie, Keegan Prempeh, and Summer-Harmony Twenish for a n...ew season of the groundbreaking podcast To Be Continued: Troubling the Archive. The podcast engages Ottawa-based QTIBPOC artists, arts workers, and activists whose networks, ideas, and histories have built, and continue to build, this incredible community. Artists featured include Adrienne Row-Smith, Hingman Leung, Pree Rehal, and Jennifer Brunet-Rentechem.more
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7 episodes / year Avg Length 51 min
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4. CUAG Audio Description Tour for Drawing on Our History

CUAG Audio Description Tour for Drawing on Our History Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
CUAG has developed an audio description tour for 'Drawing on Our History,' designed for gallery visitors who are blind or who have low vision. It is i...ntended for in-gallery use, but can also be used remotely. 'Drawing on Our History' is a celebration of CUAG's 30th anniversary, bringing the works of eight contemporary artists (invited by past guest curators) into an open conversation with a wide-ranging group of historical and contemporary drawings selected from the University's collection and made by Canadian and international artists.more
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2.7K 2.8K 3K 30 episodes / year Avg Length 5 min
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