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  • Beneath the Tame  Curated by Lisa A. Pai   Mary Anne Barkhouse  •  Anna Williams November 4 - December 2, 2017 Vernissage: Saturday, November 4, 5-8pm Roundtable: November 14, 7-8pm  51 B Young Street  Beneath the Tame  is a two person ...
  • Mary Anne Barkhouse Anna Williams Both artists, Mary Anne Barkhouse and Anna Williams spoke with me at the close of 2015 of a hunger to apply themselves to sculptural work that is on a more intimate scale than the outdoor public...
  • Ogimaa Mikana project is an artist collective founded by Susan Blight (Anishinaabe, Couchiching) and Hayden King (Anishinaabe, Gchi'mnissing) in January 2013. Through public art, site-specific intervention, and social practice, we assert...
  • Rolande (Wassay) Souliere was born in Toronto, Ontario and is Anishinaabe and member of Michipicoten First Nation. Souliere became a contemporary artist when she migrated to Australia in the late nineties. Prior to this her artistic...
  • La Galerie est fermé sur la weekend  samedi 7 octobre à 9 octobre Bon weekend! 
  • Michelle LaVallee recently accepted the position of Director of the Art Centre, Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. As Curator at the MacKenzie Art Gallery in Regina, Saskatchewan (2007-2017), her curatorial work has explored the...
  • Whess Harman is a trans-nonbinary artist and member of the Carrier Witat Nation from prince rupert, bc. They are currently based in vancouver.
  • Audrey Dreaver est peintre, conservatrice autonome, consultante pour les musées et le domaine des beaux-arts, professeure d’art et d’histoire de l’art. Elle est Nehiyiwak (Cris-des-Plaines) et sa famille vient des Premières nations cries...
  • Amy Malbeuf est une artiste visuelle métisse de Rich Lake, Alberta. En utilisant des techniques comme le capitonnage en poils de caribou, la couture de perles, l’installation, la performance et la vidéo, Malbeuf explore les concepts d’...
  • Alicia Reyes McNamara vient de terminer sa maîtrise en beaux-arts à la University of Oxford’s Ruskin School of Art, après avoir obtenu son BFA au California College of the Arts. Ses œuvres ont fait partie de l’exposition Bloomberg New...
  • Whess Harman is a trans-nonbinary artist and member of the Carrier Witat Nation from prince rupert, bc. They are currently based in vancouver.
  • Alicia Reyes McNamara recently received her MFA from the University of Oxford’s Ruskin School of Art, after completing her BFA at California College of the Arts. Her work has been included in Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2016 exhibition in...
  • Audrey Dreaver is a painter, independent curator, museum and fine art consultant, art and art history instructor. She is nehiyiwak (Plains Cree) and her family comes from the Mistawasis and Ahtahkakoop Cree Nations of central Saskatchewan...
  • Amy Malbeuf is a Métis visual artist from Rich Lake, Alberta. Through utilizing mediums such as caribou hair tufting, beadwork, installation, performance, and video Malbeuf explores notions of identity, place, language, and ecology....
  • Alicia Reyes McNamara (Chicana-USA/UK) * Amy Malbeuf  (Métis-Rich Lake, AB) * Audrey Dreaver (Cree-Regina, SK) * Ogimaa Mikana (Anishinaabe / Chimnissing / Couchiching) * Rolande Souliere (Anishinaabe-AUS) * Whess Harman (Carrier-Vancouver...
  •   Roundtable discussion at 4-6pm and opening party 8pm September 30, 2017. A limited edition risograph poster, designed by Whess Harman will be available for $20 over the run of the show. http://www.g101.ca/exhibits/language-puncture
  • Ottawa Region Metis Council hosts a paint night at Gallery 101 Thursday, Sept 14, 5:30 -8:30pm This event is an opportunity for you to meet Metis community members, the Ottawa Region Métis Council, and have fun.  
  • Come see the finale to the Bear City trilogy! A bear friendly take of Sex and the City, this rom-com is fun and furry. http://bearcity.com/
  • Dayna Danger is a 2Spirit/Queer, Métis/Saulteaux/Polish visual artist raised in so called Winnipeg, MB. Using photography, sculpture, performance and video, Dayna Danger’s practice questions the line between empowerment and objectification...

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