• 14/06/23

    All are welcome. This year's AGM will take place via Zoom. Please register to attend.
  • Invisible Identities: a waiter's vest made out of paper with black and white Kwan family photos hangs among colour clothing and artifacts from China Doll's apartment


    Come celebrate 100 years of resilience, and find out more about happy fruit with brothers Don Kwan and Ed Kwan (aka China Doll) on a walk-through tour of their exhibition, After Exclusion, Happy...
  • Happy Fruit collage by Ed Kwan and Don Kwan featuring colourful fruit on top of vintage Kwan family photos


    After Exclusion, Happy Fruit by Ed Kwan & Don Kwan opens Saturday, May 6th! Join us for food, performances, mahjong, and celebrations during Asian Heritage Month and the Kwan brothers’...
  • Installation view of hyphen exhibition featuring work (left-right) by Alejandro Aruz, Emily Pelstring, and Donna Szoke. Curated by Fara of Protohyve


    Join us for an in-person walkthrough with Protohyve Centre for Innovative Research-Creation curator, Fara and gain insights into the works and practices of the hyphen (-) exhibition's featured artist...
  • 01/04/23

    Join us Saturday April 1st  for the opening of hyphen (-) featuring works by Pansee Atta, Alejandro Arauz, Sojung Bahng, Emily Pelstring, Véronique Rousseau, Ashley Snook, Manuel Axel Strain, &...
  • View of a birch bark canoe installed in the gallery. The canoe's interior is lined with green cedar leaves and holds sage, sweet grass, beaded belts, furs, corn, moccassins, and birch baskets containing wild rice.


    Join us in person for a conversation between Ginnifer Menominee and Franchesca Herbert-Spence to close Migrating Seeds. No registration required. We ask that all visitors take a self-test before...
  • Close up photo of a hand holding grains of wild rice


    Join us Saturday February 11 for the in-person opening of Migrating Seeds by Ginnifer Menominee, curated by Amin Alsaden. Vernissage  2:00 – 5:00 PM Gallery 101 (280 Catherine St)   No registration...
  • 02/11/22

    Join us on Zoom with We Live As We Die artists Ayo Tsalithaba, Delali Cofie, Jalen Frizzell, Kalkidan Assefa, Mariama Tani, Yasin Osman and curator Sakinna Gairey to discuss release, ephemerality,...
  • Detail of photograph by Delali Cofie


    Join us for food, drinks, and music to celebrate the opening of We Live As We Die curated by Sakinna and co-presented with Ottawa Black Art Kollective (OBAK). Register on Eventbrite
  • 17/09/22 to 19/09/22

    Gallery 101 is excited to present Speaking Fruit -  a mobile roadside fruit-stand that feeds the movement for migrant farmworker rights. Conceived by artist Farrah Miranda, the project began with a...