• Over 60 new artworks from local artists and galleries for the City of Ottawa Fine Art Collection. Artworks in the City's collection are displayed at libraries, community spaces, employment centres, recreation facilities, health clinics -...
  • Join us to learn more about Canada Council funding programs, network with other Aboriginal artists and share your challenges and success. The information session will include in-depth discussions on support programs in all artistic...
  • Taking Care of Business is an exhibition that takes the form of a time-based performance/installation that depicts the social entrapment of the everyday white-collar workforce. The performance is the work process itself: I have...
  • Lynne Canney, Curator Gallery 101 is honoured to have the opportunity to work in partnership with the The Open Sky Creative Society (OSCS) to present Aurora Boreawesomer. The OSCS is based in Fort Simpson (Liidlii Kue) in the Dehcho, a...
  • CARFAC Ontario is providing leadership on Strengthening the Sector: Resources and Best Practices for the Visual, Media and Craft-Based Arts Sector, a multi-year project focused on researching and developing resources and tools for the...
  • As we move into this new year, please come and celebrate with us. This will be a night of celebration and reflection—thinking of the Mayan and Hopi end-of-world prophecies. DJ Bear Witness Mysterious "end-of-world" cuisine A...
  • 6:30pm—midnight Auction: 7—10pm EBA: 951 Gladstone Avenue Tickets: $10 at the door 19+ Join us as Gallery 101 host's our annual fundraiser, a highly respected and anticipated event, revamped as 101 UNFRAMED. Our exciting silent art...
  • Spaces Between Us Spaces Between Us Hélène and Julie present themselves as simultaneously displaced and at home in Ottawa and Québec City. In this performance they ask: “How might water, as a transitional and fluid space, help us broach...
  • Vernissage: Friday, October 26 at 5:30pm DYLAN A.T. MINER (MÉTIS) is a border-crossing artist, activist, historian, and curator. In 2010, he was awarded an Artist Leadership Fellowship from the National Museum of the American Indian (...
  • Gallery 101 presents: Capital Pride 2012 Special Opening Reception Thursday, August 16th from 7-10pm at 301 1/2 Bank Street, 2nd Floor Gallery 101 is hosting the Capital Pride 2012 Special Opening Reception. The event is the official...
  • Real Job Interviews paraphernalia - reenacting fiction (A critical essay by Roxanne Arseneault) “ I have already been in a very weird interview. At a certain point, I just knew I wouldn’t have that job, so I decided to go with the flow....
  • WORKSHOP HELD AT CLUB SAW, 67 Nicholas Street Community partner: SAW Video This masterclass with visiting American artist Penny Lane focuses on the making of her documentary film The Abortion Diaries. The film presents the candid...
  • The mandate of the Asinabka Festival is to establish an annual Indigenous film and media arts festival in the Nations Capital that allows independent artists - national, international, Indigenous, non-Indigenous - to share, present, and...
  • Saturday, May 19 at 11:30am
  • Saturday, May 19 at 1:30pm
  • See CCMC in concert with world-renowned UK singer, Phil Minton at the NAC! With an introductory literary performance by Paul Dutton. Tickets available at the National Arts Centre Box Office or on the A B Series Web site. Note: This...
  • Saturday, March 31, 2012 The A B Series gratefully acknowledges the support of the City of Ottawa, the Ontario Arts Council, the Canada Council for the Arts through the League of Canadian Poets and Gallery 101.
  • Join us for a visual poetry slide-show with Dan Waber! It happens at Gallery 101 as part of A B Series programming. Saturday, April 21, 2012 Free Admission, Doors at 7:30pm Performance at 8:00pm Gallery 101 301 1/2 Bank Street More...
  • Join us for an evening of enchantment as Cree artist, Duncan Mercredi, shares his stories and poems. It happens at Gallery 101 as part of A B Series programming. Friday, March 23, 2012 Admission begins at 7:30pm Performance at 8:00pm...
  • Workshop: 2-4pm (registration fee of $5.00) Reading: starts at 8pm however seating starts at 7:30pm. (free) Saturday, March 10, 2012 Ron Silliman has been called "the most industrious literary American since Benjamin Franklin." Join him...

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