IMPORTANT ART NEWSLETTER UPDATE
Our ARTnews will be discontinued as we will soon be offering three new, content specific newsletters to sign up for: ANO Raport, Artist talk, and The Weekend Bulletin. Whether you’d like to stay updated on resources and opportunities within the city, news about the organization, or social events happening in Ottawa, you can sign up for the newsletter which best suits your needs.Learn More
InfoArts Network Kiosks
Did you know that one of your many benefits as a member is the ability to advertise your events, shows and groups at 14 public locations across the city? Bring your promotional materials to our office so we can distribute it through our network at no cost to you!Learn more
Post an Opportunity
Members can post an opportunity on our website for free.Reach the Ottawa Arts Community
Artist Tool Kit
Did you know members of Arts Network Ottawa are provided with an artist tool kit? This tool kit includes preferred rated on bulk printing, a PO box, board room rentals and more!Read More Benefits Here
Recognition of Algonquin Territory
We acknowledge that our offices are on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of the Anishinaabe Algonquin Nation. The peoples of the Algonquin Anishinaabe Nation have lived on this territory for millennia, stewarding the land, the water and all that contributes to life in this region. Today, many Indigenous communities continue to be denied the opportunity and resources to make and experience their traditional art on this land. We pledge to make justice and reconciliation a priority through our work by amplifying Indigenous voices and their experiences.
Read our full Land Acknowledgement & Recognition of Algonquin Territory here
Arts Network Ottawa is proud to announce the launch of the new ARTPRENEUR podcast. In November 2020, the annual ARTPRENEUR Conference brought together leading local and national creative experts and business leaders for as a series of webinars to assist artists in building their creative professions. Recorded over the course of the three-day conference, this podcast provides those who were unable to attend access to sessions in audio form.
In these unprecedented times, we look to honour our values of inclusivity by remaining accessible. For this reason, and in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we would like to introduce our new Pay-What-You-Can Membership.
Starting today, all new and returning members of Arts Network Ottawa will have the opportunity to determine the cost of membership that is affordable for them, while still gaining access to all of our available member benefits.