• 13/03/20

    Gallery101 is committed to our community's health and safety. In light of ongoing developments and health concerns, we will be taking the following precautions:

    1.  Prioritizing staff health and social distancing:
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    Gallery 101 stands in solidarity with Black communities, protestors, and the Black Lives Matter movement.  We assert our position in condemning state-sanctioned police brutality, dismantling systems of white supremacy and colonization,...

  • 26/03/20

    These times are uncertain, and Gallery 101 recognizes that not everyone will have the capacity to prepare a submissions package in time for our annual deadline.  With this and community care in mind, we have decided to extend our...

  • 17/03/20

    In solidarity with the health and well-being of our community, Gallery 101 will be closed until further notice.

    Our current exhibition, We Are Not Invisible...

  • 13/03/20

    Details: g101.ca/submissions

    We've updated our submissions process to better manage the amount of submissions we receive.  Check out our submissions page for details!

  • 13/12/19

    Saturday December 14th will be the last day come visit the gallery in 2019! Gallery hours are noon - 5 PM.

    Gallery 101 wishes our members, artists, partners, and volunteers the happiest holiday season.  We'll reopen on Tuesday...

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    Are you an Inuit, Métis or First Nations artist interested in creating or showing art for an Indigenous human trafficking awareness art show?

    Applications are now closed and all artists have been notified of the Selection...

  • 18/06/19

    Gallery 101 will be closed for renovations from June - November 2019 (exact dates TBA). Staff will continue to monitor email and phone messages, from off site. Please stay tuned to our website and social media for ad hoc summer...

  • 30/03/19

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