• 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...
  • 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 &...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Please arrive by 1 pm for an opening ceremony by our Indigenous Elder Barbara Dumont Hill, opening remarks from the Korean Cultural Centre, and an artist tour.
  • Join us for our first night of music with an open jam. Bring an instrument and feel free to participate ! Refreshments and non-alcoholic drinks will be provided, and there will be a cashbar. The jam will be led by G101 Board Member,...
  • Gallery 101 is proud to present: ᐃᓱᒪᒋᓇᒍ - isumaginagu - don't think anything of it by Geronimo Inutiq This exhibition is part of Asinabka Film and Media Festival's Gallery Crawl: Catch a free Bus from SAW Gallery to G101, 4pm Bus returns...
  • Morning Jam is about letting go and grooving in safe spaces with good people. Do you like to Dance? #MorningJamForever Music by Geronimo Inutiq | https://soundcloud.com/geronimo-inutiq  Presented in partnership with Asinabka Film and Media...
  • Gallery 101 is pleased to present There's Room - Ottawa artists respond to the refugee crisis Curated by Petra Halkes  Featuring work by Michael Davidge, Asal El-Rayes, Zainab Hussain, Maria Gomez, Rachel Kalpana James, Farouk Kaspaules,...
  • Gallery 101 is pleased to present: Universal Loss. Works by Michèle Pearson Clarke, Jinyoung Kim, Agustina Comedi, Alvaro & Boris Castellanos, and Gretchen Sankey Vernissage and artist round table Saturday, January 21, 2017 3-7pm,...
  • Gallery 101 is pleased to present: The soft and the pliable will defeat the hard and the strong by Laura Taler Opening: Saturday, March 4, 2017 14:00 - 17:00
  • Gallery 101 is pleased to present: The soft and the pliable will defeat the hard and the strong by Laura Taler Opening: Saturday, March 4, 2017 14:00 - 17:00
  • Gallery 101 is pleased to present: The Known Effects of Lightning on the Body  & other works By Lee Henderson   Gallery Grand Opening and Exhibition Vernissage: June 8, 5-8pm
  • Gallery 101 is pleased to present: Gatherers  Regreta Brown * Rebecca Clouatre * Kristina Corre* Lori Langille * Olivia Johnston * Amy Thompson March 23 – May 4, 2019   Opening Reception and Artist talk: Saturday, March 23rd, 3-5pm
  • Gallery 101 invites you to help us celebrate Georgia Mathewson at her going away party Friday, June 7th at 7pm.  After seven years of outstanding work as G101 Administrator, Georgia is leaving G101 and Ottawa for new work and adventures....
  • 1 Contrary 5 Agokwe-Nini (Documentary Film Screening) Dir. by Carmel Whittle & Howard Adler Film Length: 35 mins Language: English * Mature Subject Matter Screening Date: Thursday Jun 13, 2019, 6:30pm Location: Auditorium, Ottawa...

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