North of the 45th
Amanda Burk, Sarah Link, Tanya Lukin Linklater, Riaz Mehmood, Laurent Vaillancourt, Debajehmujig
Curators: Laura Margita, Clayton Windatt, David Karasiewicz, Danielle Tremblay
May 3-30, 2015
Opening with performances:...
Notice of Assembly Saturday, April 25, 2015 3pm, at Gallery 101 51 B Young Street E: email@example.com T: 613-230-2799 Agenda 1. Approval of Agenda 2. Approval of 2014 AGM minutes 3. Business arising from the minutes 4. Presidents Report 5....
The Aboriginal Curatorial Collective (ACC) presents a night of music, art, and fun. The event is in support of the ACC Micro-mentorship Program, connecting emerging aboriginal curators with established mentors across Canada. At Gallery 101...
G101 is happy to be hosting a day of VERSeFest (2015) events:
Saturday, March 28, 2015
1PM: KADO with Grant Savage and Marshall Hryciuk
Apart from hearing Grant's excellent haiku about Algonquin Park, Marshall Hryciuk will be talking...
Gallery 101 is pleased to present: Sapsucker Sounds
Our opening program will include presentations by Story Teller: Lesley Parlane and Poet: Vera Wabegijig. The readings will be followed by a sound performance featuring Melody McKiver...
Annie Dunning maintains a multidisciplinary practice, based in sculpture and installation. Her work also includes mail art, collaboration, book works, video and sound work. She holds a BFA from Mount Allison University, NB and an MFA from...
When Spirits Awaken
January 17th-February 14, 2015
Opening: Saturday, January 17, 2-5pm at G101
2:45: 20 minute performance of My Little Voice Can't Lie
3:15: Round table discussion with the artist
When Spirits Awaken...
Reading by Fred Wah
Round table discussion to follow
2pm Friday, February 27th, 2015 at Gallery 101
Fred Wah was born in Swift Current, Saskatchewan in 1939, but he grew up in the West Kootenay region of British Columbia. He studied...
Gallery 101 is pleased to present When Spirits Awaken by Khadija Baker
Opening: Saturday, January 17th, 2-5pm
2:45pm: A 20 minute performance of My Little Voice Can't Lie
3:15pm: Roundtable discussion with the artist
Khadija baker is a multi-disciplinary artist of Kurdish – Syrian descent living in Montreal. Her installations investigate social and political themes centered on the uncertainty of home as it relates to...
Khadija baker is a multi-disciplinary artist of Kurdish – Syrian descent living in Montreal. Her installations investigate social and political themes centered on the uncertainty of home as it relates to persecution, identity, displacement...
Sapsucker Sounds Annie Dunning March 13th-April 17th, 2015 Opening/Performances/Round table Friday, March 13, 7pm at G101 Sapsucker Sounds is an installation of objects and interactive sound sculptures that offer an opportunity to...