• Notice of Assembly - All Are Welcome This year's Annual General Meeting will take place via Zoom. Please register to attend. Agenda  Approval of Agenda Approval of 2019 AGM minutes Business arising from the minutes Presidents Report...
  • For the month of August, GenderQueer Tarot has offered to donate 30% of proceeds from their readings to benefit Gallery 101's future programming. We're very grateful for this offering.   About GenderQueer Tarot GenderQueer, or Niamh, (they...
  • Presenting Gallery 101's first online exhibition and panel.   PAGKAKAISA  (pag-ka-ka-eesa) speaks to building solidarity between migrant and Indigenous communities by connecting stories and celebrating empowering possibilities. Grounded...
  • 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:  Prioritizing staff health and social distancing:  Staff are encouraged to...
  • Image: NAM Kyung Min, <The Pleasure of Contemplation: A Room with Chaekgeori and Desk>, Oil on lInen, 2019, 117x182cm In partnership with The Embassy of the Republic of Korea and the Korean Cultural Centre, we are pleased to co-host...
  • A solo exhibition by Svetlana Swiminer
  • La Gallerie 101 est fière de faire équipe avec le collectif Full Femme afin d'animer une série d'ateliers bilingues créés pour les jeunes artistes Noir.e.s À partir d'octobre 2020 jusqu'en janvier 2021, le Collectif Full Femme et la...
  • RJ (they/them) aka Roland is Saulteaux–Cree, originally from Saskatchewan and is currently living on Algonquin Territory. They are a Two Spirit, Non-Binary and Queer multimedia artist, storyteller, facilitator and educator in the topics of...
  • Andi (she/they) is a queer Ilocano Filipinx artist and community health worker based on Algonquin Territory. In their interdisciplinary practice they work with photos and textiles for print and installation. Their work revolves around...
  • Update - June 6: Gallery 101 is currently operated by White and non-Black women; we recognize this means that, inherently, our operations exclude Black voices. After speaking with a local Black-led arts organization, we see that creating...
  • 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, and...
  • Gallery 101 has been enriching the understanding and development of contemporary art practices in the National Capital Region for the past forty years.   In 1979, a small group of energetic Ottawa artists pooled their resources to...
  • UPDATE: June 26 2020 We're so grateful to all the artists who reached out for a studio visit over the past three months! We are now shifting our focus towards re-opening and upcoming programming, and so we're sad to say that we don't have...
  • 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...
  • 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 will be extended, with plans to re-open the show once it is safe to do so. We will...
  • 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!
  • Join us to shine a light on Ottawa's ongoing human trafficking crisis at the exhibition opening of We Are Not Invisible. Artists, Elders, and members of ACTION (the Anti-Violence & Coercion Taskforce for Indigenous Organizations &...
  • Artists:  Canne • Raven Commando • Laura Fauchon​ • Brenda Hill • Anna Heffernan • Jordyn Hendricks • PJ Leroux • Rachel Nungnik • Nawyaak • Gwen Palluq​ • Frankie Pasap​ • Janice Toulouse • Georgette Whiteduck • Carmel Whittle Presented...
  • A writing workshop exploring experiences as hyphenated Canadians. Presented by Living Hyphen magazine, this writing workshop is for individuals of all ages and writing levels - Living Hyphen believes that anyone who writes is a writer....
  • In times of protest and social upheaval (and social rejuvenation) artists and activists turn to collage to make their point. The University of New Brunswick Art Centre and Creative Writing/Writer in residence program are organizing a...

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