• 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...
  • Join us for the in-person vernissage of Consumed Consequences, a solo exhibition by Dana Edmonds.   Visiting the Gallery  No registration required  We ask all visitors to self-test for COVID prior to arriving.  If you or anyone in your...
  • Dana Edmonds has a multidisciplinary practice balanced between painting and graphic + web design. Born in Montreal, where she lives and works, Dana received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Fine Arts from the Nova Scotia College of Art and...
  • In-person Vernissage: Thursday June 27, 6:00-8:00 PM Artist talk (online): Wednesday July 24, 6:00 - 7:00 PM. Zoom registration link   Consumed Consequences by Dana Edmonds reveals the detrimental effects of over-consumption, mainly fast...
  • Deadline: April 15, 11:59 PM ET Gallery 101 hosts 4-6 exhibitions each year, as well as film screenings, lectures, performances and other activities. As an artist-run-centre, we support experimentation, research, and risk-taking in visual...
  • Introducing: G101’s fundraiser workshop series  This year we’re piloting a series of workshops to support local artists and our programming. Ticket sales from the workshops directly support the artist/facilitator, and the work we do at...
  • We're piloting a series of hands-on workshops to support National Capital Region artists and our programming.  Ticket sales from these workshops directly support the artist/facilitator and the work we do at G101. Interested in facilitating...
  • Join us for the final day of the Grounds for Goodness Ottawa residency. Come celebrate the project’s final presentation, featuring performances by local collaborators No Borders Drummers and Community Voices, Shara Weaver and Propeller...
  • Gallery 101 Presents: Grounds for Goodness  Grounds For Goodness.ca  Join us throughout this week for the Ottawa iteration of Grounds for Goodness: a travelling interdisciplinary, participatory project led by Ruth Howard.  Since 2018, Ruth...
  • Join us on zoom Tuesday March 12, 6:00-7:00 PM for a conversation between Threading Topographic Tales artist Tania Lara and curator Santiago Tavera. Register here: bit.ly/G101March12
  • This year we’re committing to two mandatory mask days during each exhibition to keep the gallery accessible to all community members. On Saturday February 24th, and Saturday March 2nd, our staff members will be masked up for gallery hours...
  • G101 is closed Saturday February 17th for the Family Day long weekend. Come visit Threading Topographic Tales by Tania Lara next week! We're open Tuesday-Saturday from 1:00-5:00 PM.
  • Santiago Tavera is a Colombian-Canadian artist, researcher, curator and educator based in Montréal. Tavera’s research practice revolves around constructing immersive and interactive projects that expand the body through digital media,...
  • Tania Lara is a multidisciplinary artist and textile artisan whose work delves into the relationality of space. Mostly through textile work, her exploration encompasses how space is conceived, lived and constructed, with a keen focus on...
  • Threading Topographic Tales presents a journey through an array of intertwined narratives that come into life through their desire to create, one thread and one story at a time, new spaces of encounter. Reflecting on how to carry the...
  • Tickets: livinghyphen.ca Join us in this special writing workshop facilitated by The Living Hyphen where we explore how our writing can serve as a ritual that nourishes and builds our resistance against oppressive systems and towards our...
  • Join us for a conversation between artist Lisa Creskey @lisacreskey and Daiva Stasiulis - Professor Emerita of Sociology at Carleton University, on Lisa's exhibition TIDES, and the intersections of climate change resulting from human...
  • Lisa Creskey is a ceramic artist and painter who explores the visual storytelling potential of the clay medium through sculpture and installation. Investigating themes of nature, history and time, she creates immersive worlds in which to...
  • Exhibition Statement (excerpt) As environmental threats become the major concern for global populations, Tides explores the need to respond to and recognize the growing anthropogenic humanitarian crises of displacement due to climate...
  • Lisa Creskey is a ceramic artist and painter who explores the visual storytelling potential of the clay medium through sculpture and installation. Investigating themes of nature, history and time, Lisa creates immersive worlds in which to...

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