• Gallery 101 stands in solidarity with Black communities, protestors, and the Black Lives Matter movement.  We assert our position in condemning state-sanctioned police brutality, dismantling systems of white supremacy and colonization, and...
  • Update - June 6: Gallery 101 is currently operated by White and non-Black women; we recognize this means that, inherently, our operations exclude Black voices. After speaking with a local Black-led arts organization, we see that creating...
  • Presenting Gallery 101's first online exhibition and panel.   PAGKAKAISA  (pag-ka-ka-eesa) speaks to building solidarity between migrant and Indigenous communities by connecting stories and celebrating empowering possibilities. Grounded...
  • Andi (she/they) is a queer Ilocano Filipinx artist and community health worker based on Algonquin Territory. In their interdisciplinary practice they work with photos and textiles for print and installation. Their work revolves around...
  • RJ (they/them) aka Roland is Saulteaux–Cree, originally from Saskatchewan and is currently living on Algonquin Territory. They are a Two Spirit, Non-Binary and Queer multimedia artist, storyteller, facilitator and educator in the topics of...