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Chinatown Remixed at Nature Nocture and more

Chinatown Remixed at Nature Nocturne

On Jan 24, the team at Chinatown Remixed organized a Year of the Horse party for the Nature Nocturne series at the Museum of Nature. The event included karaoke, extremely large board games, traditional Chinese dancers and table tennis.

Little Voices

Ottawa artist Patti Normand, a graduate of the Ontario College of Art and Design, and Lesley Buxton, a writer who studied theatre in England, have collaborated on a show at city hall’s Karsh-Masson Gallery dedicated to those struggling with chronic illness.

Dada for Switzerland

On Jan 31, the Ottawa Art Gallery held an opening party for Winterlude that celebrated the establishment of Switzerland, the birthplace of Dadaism. The event featured traditional raclette cheese, homemade rösti and Swiss wine.

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