• I was born and raised in Saudi Arabia and later studied in France, Canada and the U.S. Growing up surrounded by other “Third Culture Kids,” I have no real sense of home or distinct culture. Now living and working as a designer in Ottawa, I...
  • An abandoned barber’s chair has been taken apart with care then attentively recreated.  This attempt to bridge by similarities, however, ultimately leads to differences. The replica then is a failure, because the original cannot be...
  • I was born and grew up in Kacharevo, Serbia. My husband Nikola and I moved to Zambia, where we lived and worked for a long time. After we returned to Serbia and due to the ongoing civil war in the 90's, our daughters came to Canada, and we...
  • I was born in Royal Leamington Spa England, after my parents emigrated from India in 1959. Later we moved to California and Kansas in the United States before settling in Truro, Nova Scotia, Canada in 1968. At eighteen I went to university...
  • I was born in Northern Alberta in Buffalo Lake Métis Settlement, near Lac La Biche. In 1999 I moved to Edmonton to go to university. As a student, I was offered a summer job at APTN, for which I moved to Anishinaabe Territory (Ottawa, ON...
  • Although I've lived in Ottawa all my life I feel a strong connection with my cultural heritage from India, which is as much a part of me as my Canadian roots. Much of my work deals with issues of identity and multiplicity of self,...
  • I was born in Bogotá, Colombia. I have moved to Canada three times: First, my parents came to Toronto to study when I was a toddler, then I came to study Art at Concordia University in Montreal, and last we moved to Ottawa with my family...
  • My family is originally from Gaza. Due to the occupation and war, my father became a stateless Palestinian refugee in 1967. He moved to Kuwait city where I was born in 1973. After the Gulf War my family lived in Egypt for several months,...
  • Michael Davidge is an artist, writer, and independent curator who lives in Ottawa, Ontario. His writing on art and culture has appeared in Border Crossings, BlackFlash and C Magazine, among other publications.  http://michaeldavidge....
  • Découpage Workshop/Party with Tammy Salzl  March 19 2-4pm  Gallery 101 gratefully acknowledges the City of Ottawa, the Ontario Arts Council (an agency of the Government of Ontario) and the Canada Council for the Arts. Gallery 101 thanks...
  • In acknowledgement of Canada’s sesquicentennial in 2017, the City of Ottawa invites professional artists, artist collectives and curators working in visual arts, media arts and fine craft to propose exhibitions that address an overarching...
  • Tammy Salzl is an Edmonton-born, Montreal-based painter who received her MFA in Painting and Drawing at Concordia University (2014). Recent exhibitions include two person shows at Latitude 53 in Edmonton and FOFA Gallery in Montreal, solo...
  • A solo exhibition by Tammy Salzl March 18 - April 23, 2016 Vernissage: Friday March 18, 7pm Round table: Friday March 18, 8pm Découpage Workshop/Party: Saturday March 19, 2-4pm Please join us for the Vernissage of Un/Natural on Friday...
  • A solo exhibition by Tammy Salzl  March 18 - April 16, 2016  Vernissage: Friday March 18, 7pm  Round table: Friday March 18, 8pm  Découpage Workshop/Party: Saturday March 19, 2-4pm  Gallery 101 gratefully acknowledges the City of Ottawa...
  • Roundtable discussion with stories and information on resettlement and integration of newcomers in Ottawa.   This event will take place at Gallery 101, 51b Young St. Ottawa. Saturday, February 27, 2 PM – 5PM   At the closing of the...
  • Potluck and artist walk-about of There's Room Ottawa Artists Respond to the Refugee Crisis Artists: Michael Davidge, Asal El-Rayes, Zainab Hussain, Maria Gomez, Rachel Kalpana James, Farouk Kaspaules, Jaime Koebel, Zivana Kostic, Stephanie...
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  • Curated by Cheryl L'Hirondelle Millie Chen, Leah Decter, Stephen Foster, Ayumi Goto, Dion Kaszas, Suzanne Morrissette, Lisa Myers October 31 – November 28, 2015 Opening: Saturday, October 31 2015, 6-10pm at Gallery 101, with live tattooing...
  • Indigenous Walk Saturday, Feb. 20th, 1pm NOW leaving from the Enriched Bread Artists  (EBA) at 951 Gladstone Avenue.    Jaime Koebel’s Indigenous Walk presents participants with social, political, cultural and artistic spaces from an...

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