Nepean Sportsplex, Entrance 3
1701 Woodroffe Drive
The City of Ottawa’s Arts Centres are destinations for specialty arts programming in arts-specific studios offering the added benefit of specialised facilities and environment.
The Nepean Visual Arts Centre offers specialty arts classes taught by accomplished artists - painters, actors, filmmakers, writers, photographers, musicians - in custom studio spaces for participants of all levels of ability. From preschool to adult, students experience a diversity of arts instruction in a creative and dynamic environment.
Our sister facility - The Nepean Creative Arts Centre offers programming in visual arts as well as performing arts. The NCAC arts-specific studios include music, dance and visual arts studios, a black box theatre and set construction workshop.
Classes, workshops and activities
Spring / Summer 2014
Preschool - Arts Centres
Children - Arts Centres
Youth - Arts Centres
Family - Arts Centres
Adult - Arts Centres
The Nepean Visual Arts Centre & Nepean Creative Arts Centre offer arts courses for Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer as well as March Break and Summer Camps. An annual printed guide for Fall, Winter, and Spring is available at some City facilities.
March Break and Summer camps
Experience the arts at an Arts Centre camp this March Break or Summer. Have fun creating while feeding your imagination and making new friends. Join us and experience the arts! An Arts Centre camp delivers focused arts instruction in customised studio spaces by accomplished artists - painters, actors, filmmakers, writers, photographers, musicians. Traditional camp games, outdoor activities and swimming (when specified) are included in our programs. Before and After Care available at no charge.
Peoples Bark News Berkeley (Part 2)
This is a continuation of the Peoples Bark News
officials about your vote. Also, Bush has two daughters who are college age...do you think that they would be on the front line? How do you think it will perceived if 19 and 20 year olds are being asked to serve this country and his daughters are still making
headlines getting drunk at rat parties?
BARBARA LEE: That poses the kind of questions and dilemmas before us. There are many questions that have to be asked..the kind of terrain ahead of us in a country we don?t know, how much collateral loss will we be inflicting in terms of innocent women and
children? Loss of life is loss of life. The Congress needs to ask these questions, force the administration
to answer these questions. That does not mean that we, and I, are not unified. I'm sure I will hear from the
administration, I'm on the foreign affairs committee.
I see Secretary Po…