CARFAC Ontario is providing leadership on Strengthening the Sector: Resources and Best Practices for the Visual, Media and Craft-Based Arts Sector, a multi-year project focused on researching and...
As we move into this new year, please come and celebrate with us. This will be a night of celebration and reflection—thinking of the Mayan and Hopi end-of-world prophecies.
EBA: 951 Gladstone Avenue
Tickets: $10 at the door
Join us as Gallery 101 host's our annual fundraiser, a highly respected and anticipated event, revamped as 101...
Vernissage: Friday, October 26 at 5:30pm
Spaces Between Us
Spaces Between Us Hélène and Julie present themselves as simultaneously displaced and at home in Ottawa and Québec City. In this performance they ask: “How might water, as a...
Real Job Interviews paraphernalia - reenacting fiction
(A critical essay by Roxanne Arseneault)
“ I have already been in a very weird interview. At a certain point, I just knew I wouldn’t have that...
Gallery 101 presents: Capital Pride 2012 Special Opening Reception
Thursday, August 16th from 7-10pm at 301 1/2 Bank Street, 2nd Floor
Gallery 101 is hosting the Capital Pride 2012 Special Opening...
WORKSHOP HELD AT CLUB SAW, 67 Nicholas Street
Community partner: SAW Video
Join us to learn more about Canada Council funding programs, network with other Aboriginal artists and share your challenges and success. The information session will include in-depth discussions on...
The mandate of the Asinabka Festival is to establish an annual Indigenous film and media arts festival in the Nations Capital that allows independent artists - national, international, Indigenous,...