AGM has now been changed from Sunday, October 5th to Sunday, November 5th

This year, the OJCC will present first. Following a short refreshment break, the OJCA will then present. 

More information will follow in the coming weeks. All members in good standing are welcome to join the AGM and cast their votes! 

Renew your OJCA / OJCC Annual Membership!

Just a reminder, while members are welcome to join or renew at any time, the membership term is from September 1 to August 31 of the following year.

OJCA/OJCC Online Membership Form

The Pillowman – a play by the Marginally Fit Productions

October 4 – 7, 2023, 7 pm (approximately 2.5 hours with an intermission)

@ Art Court Theatre (Atelier) at 2 Daly Avenue (next to the Rideau Centre)

Tickets : The Pillowman — ARTS COURT | COUR DES ARTS

Tomo Adachi, an Ottawa-based first-generation Japanese-Canadian actor, would like to invite OJCA/OJCC members to the performance of The Pillowman, an inaugural production of the Marginally Fit Productions. This new theatre company aims to produce stories that provoke discussions on racism

and marginalization, as well as to provide a platform for underrepresented theatre artists. 

The Pillowman (by an Irish playwright, Martin McDonagh), is a dark comedy about a writer in a totalitarian state who is interrogated about the content of his short stories and their similarities with a number of murders happening in his town. Because of the themes and strong language, it is not recommended for younger or sensitive viewers. 

The Pillowman won the 2004 Olivier Award for Best New Play and was recently revived on the West End.

Value and Obligation – Judy Nakagawa

A new exhibit of sculpture by Judy Nakagawa

September 29 to November 12, 2023

Public Reception: October 20, 2023 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm 

Studio Sixty Six Art Gallery: Suite 101, 858 Bank Street
 Gallery Hours: Tuesday to Friday,

11 am to 6 pm Saturday and Sunday, 11 am to 5 pm

“This series is inspired by the title of an economics text that I found several years ago, “Value and Obligation.” The title provoked me, but I wasn’t sure how it would manifest in my practice. As I worked on the various pieces, I began to see a deeper significance of these concepts in regards to my experience of the pandemic. Each artwork offered me different insights into that time period.” –

Judy Nakagawa—Judy Nakagawa began studying sculpture at the Corcoran School of Art & Design in Washington, D.C. in 1998 and in 2002 was awarded the Berthold Schmutzhart Award for sculpture. Nakagawa has participated in numerous group exhibitions and has created many commissioned works.