Events

  • 23/06/16
    As a part of National Aboriginal Day Celebrations, the Asinabka Festival Presents an evening of Indigenous Literature & Music. This event will feature readings by invited authors, including a...
  • 20/05/16
    John Wayne's Teeth // A Comedy Film Screening & Fundraiser  This event will screen a short film program called John Wayne's Teeth, highlighting Indigenous comedy and humour.   • Hosted by local...
  • 20/04/16
    Refresh and renew: A Mandala Journey Wednesday April 20, 2016 6:30 - 8:30 pm Gallery 101 51B Young St. Ottawa Along with spring, Arts Health Network Ottawa is returning again! We are excited to...
  • 02/04/16
    Art Place Showcase Event  Saturday April 2, 2016  2 to 4:30pm  Gallery 101  51 B Young Street    Mingle with guests and Art Place artists to learn more about their community-driven projects. ...
  • 26/03/16
    In acknowledgement of Canada’s sesquicentennial in 2017, the City of Ottawa invites professional artists, artist collectives and curators working in visual arts, media arts and fine craft to propose...
  • 19/03/16
    Découpage Workshop/Party with Tammy Salzl  March 19 2-4pm  Gallery 101 gratefully acknowledges the City of Ottawa, the Ontario Arts Council (an agency of the Government of Ontario) and the Canada...
  • 18/03/16
    A solo exhibition by Tammy Salzl  March 18 - April 16, 2016  Vernissage: Friday March 18, 7pm  Round table: Friday March 18, 8pm  Découpage Workshop/Party: Saturday March 19, 2-4pm  Gallery 101...
  • 27/02/16
    Roundtable discussion with stories and information on resettlement and integration of newcomers in Ottawa.   This event will take place at Gallery 101, 51b Young St. Ottawa. Saturday, February 27, 2...
  • 20/02/16
    Potluck and artist walk-about of There's Room Ottawa Artists Respond to the Refugee Crisis Artists: Michael Davidge, Asal El-Rayes, Zainab Hussain, Maria Gomez, Rachel Kalpana James, Farouk Kaspaules...
  • 20/02/16
    Indigenous Walk Saturday, Feb. 20th, 1pm NOW leaving from the Enriched Bread Artists  (EBA) at 951 Gladstone Avenue.    Jaime Koebel’s Indigenous Walk presents participants with social, political,...

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