• Presented in partnership with Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health’s Anti-Human Trafficking Education program, with support from Tungasuvvingat Inuit and Minwaashin Lodge, Gallery 101 is honoured to host We Are Not Invisible: an Indigenous...
  • 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...
  • 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 &...
  • 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...
  • Saturday December 14th will be the last day come visit the gallery in 2019! Gallery hours are noon - 5 PM. Gallery 101 wishes our members, artists, partners, and volunteers the happiest holiday season.  We'll reopen on Tuesday January 7 -...
  • Effective date: December 03, 2019 G101 ("us", "we", or "our") operates the http://www.g101.ca/ website (hereinafter referred to as the "Service"). This page informs you of our policies regarding the collection, use, and disclosure of...
  • 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,...
  • Are you an Inuit, Métis or First Nations artist interested in creating or showing art for an Indigenous human trafficking awareness art show? Applications are now closed and all artists have been notified of the Selection Committee's...
  • Are you an Inuit, Métis or First Nations artist interested in creating or showing art for an Indigenous human trafficking awareness art show? Applications are due November 30th 2019. If you have any questions, contact Gallery 101 Director...
  • 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 will be closed for renovations from June - November 2019 (exact dates TBA). Staff will continue to monitor email and phone messages, from off site. Please stay tuned to our website and social media for ad hoc summer programming...
  • 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,...

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