• Sonia Tarantour Pearl is an award-winning artist. She is an associate of the Ontario College of Art and Design, the Ontario Society of Artists, a Fellow of the Ottawa Watercolour Society, and a member of the Canadian Society of Painters in...
  • The Maids of Honour were a group of five women artists; Rachel Zavitz, Kael Rebick, Danielle Dewar, Victoria Scott, and Anonymous. Each of the artists have been variously affected by childhood sexual abuse. In the spring of 1990, they...
  • Kathy Gillis graduated from the University of Ottawa with a Honours B.A. in Visual Arts. She plays with time, dreams in metaphors, wanders through internal realities, explores the language of images, and borrows from the collective...
  • Mary Balomenos was born in Vancouver and lives and works in Paris since 1980.
  • Heather Cameron, Peter Cosco, Reid Diamond, Rebecca Diederichs, Peter Hobbs and Cathy Jones are a group of artists collectively presenting site-specific works under the title PLACE AND SHOW. The State of Viewing: Distinguishing Between...
  • SPIRITED is an exhibition in which women continue their struggle to represent themselves. Traditionally excluded form the official histories of art and only recently considered worth half the time of museum and gallery exhibition...
  • KAREN HOEBERG: FOR THE REST FOR THE... "In the summer of my seventh year, a crow with a broken wing came to me. His wing healed. And yet he would not leave me... ...leaves began to fall.. I tried to make him go. He bit my toe. I knew...
  • Karen Hoeberg explores stories of personal passage through mediums of installation, video, audio and the internet. Her practice is rooted in stories of her family, as well as in her relationship with land.
  • Montreal artist Lorraine Simms will exhibit recent oil paintings as and works on paper depicting artificial hearts and other medical protheses-devices intended for implanting into the human body- in an investigation into the notion of the...
  • Lorraine Simms is a painter who lives and works in Montréal, Quebec. She graduated from the Ontario College of Art & Design (OCAD) in Toronto, and completed her MFA at Concordia University. She has exhibited works across Canada and the...
  • JAYCE SALLOUM: STUPID PLEASURES The artifacts and residue within each photograph/object are seen as a "site" in the formation of a cultural understanding/misunderstanding. Various areas of research and production located here focus on...
  • 8pm Friday, January 20, 2012 CAT KIDD has forged a reputation as one of the nation’s most surprising and inspiring voices for page and stage. Her award-winning multimedia poetic creations have toured Europe, Asia, Africa, UK, US and...
  • Dick Bourgeois-Doyle lives in Ottawa and is currently the Director of Corporate Governance at the National Research Council of Canada (NRC). He has been involved in a number of special projects since joining the NRC Executive Offices in...
  • Immony Men is a visual artist currently based in Toronto. His practice takes the form of new medias, digital-print practices, time-based performances, and immersive environments. Labor intensity is a strong element in his art practice....
  • BUREAUCRACY Immony Men and René Price • Curator Leanne L’Hirondelle Panel Discussion: Immony Men, René Price and authors Dick Bourgeois-Doyle, Christian McPherson Immony Men and René Price are two artists who are interested in the...

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