• The in-person screening will take place along with the Voices of Chief's Point exhibition opening. Guest curator Bimadoshka Pucan will give an exhibition tour 6 PM. Screenings will be accessible online and in-person from G101's back...
  • Guest curator: Dr. Bimadoshka (Annya) Pucan Exhibition vernissage & curatorial walkthrough: Friday September 17, 6 PM Gallery hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday 1-5 PM Thursday 1:30-5PM Please see COVID Protocols below In 1938...
  • Join artists Roxanne Lafleur and Miya Turnbull on Zoom for an artist talk on our current exhibition Behind Between Beyond. Watch the artist talk recording on Youtube.
  • Roxanne Lafleur lives and works in Ottawa, Canada. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Ottawa, where she specialized in drawing, printmaking and photography. Forced to abandon darkroom photography for health...
  • Miya Turnbull is a Canadian multi-disciplinary visual artist. Primarily a mask maker, she also works in many mediums such as painting, photography, screen printing, textiles, video, animation and projection. She is of settler, mixed...
  • Gallery 101 is pleased to present Behind  Between  Beyond A multi media installation of artwork by Miya Turnbull and Roxanne Lafleur Exhibition walkthrough by Firegrove Studio Opening (In-person): Saturday July 31. 2-5 pm Artist talk (Zoom...
  • valeriechartrand.ca Valérie Chartrand’s practice focuses on the loss of biodiversity and reduction in arthropod populations due to climate change and human interference in their life cycles. She explores the decline in species primarily...
  • Gallery 101 Presents: Inspiderations / Araignidées An MFA Thesis exhibition by Valérie Chartrand (Emily Carr University) This past year and a half has called for great adaptation, and even greater empathy. Valérie Chartrand’s MFA thesis...
  • Today we recognize 154+ years of Indigenous resistance. In particular, Gallery 101 recognizes the 154+ years of ongoing resistance on the unceded Algonquin-Anishinaabe terrority on which we operate. The following is a land acknowledgement...
  • On March 7, 2020 we opened We Are Not Invisible: An Indigenous Anti-Human Trafficking Exhibition with artists: Canne, Raven Commando, Laura Fauchon​, Anna Heffernan, Jordyn Hendricks, PJ Leroux, Rachel Nungnik,  Nawyaak, Gwen Palluq,...
  • Wednesday July 14, 2021. 7PM All are welcome. This year's AGM will take place via Zoom. Please register to attend. Agenda  Approval of Agenda Approval of 2019 AGM minutes Business arising from the minutes Presidents Report Director/...
  • CW (content warning): mentions of the ongoing violence being committed against Palestinian people.   Galley 101 affirms our support and solidarity with the oppressed people of Palestine in their ongoing resistance against colonial...
  • Content warning: mentions of death, Indigenous residential schools, and the ongoing violence committed against Indigenous peoples. If you or anyone you know is Indigenous and needs support, the Indian Residential Schools Crisis Line is...
  • Gallery 101 is looking for proposals from performance, media and/or visual artists at all career stages for our annual selections intake.  Submissions are due April 15 at 11:59 PM. Head to g101.ca/submissions for full details
  • Exhibition essay for Svetlana Swinimer's Unveiling the Goddess, October 9 - November 7 2020.  This version is easier for printing or reading one page at a time.
  • Exhibition essay for Svetlana Swinimer's Unveiling the Goddess, October 9 - November 7 2020.  Web view.
  • An Outdoor Snow-Screen & Online Film Screening Experience live music by Indigenous artists — with visual projections on a screen made of snow — from the comfort of your own home, live-streamed from the parking lot at Gallery 101. Enjoy...
  • So... Where are the Black artists? Hiding or hidden? In this interactive conversation with Syrus Marcus Ware, we explore the simultaneous hyper visibility and invisibility of Black creatives in Canada using where they have historically...
  • Hosted by Hasina & Celestina of Full Femme, this bilingual workshop aims to teach local artists how to diversify our income in order to get closer to job security and strengthen our art practice in a way that is specific to Black youth...

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