• Date/Time Workshop Details/Cost Wed. Nov 6, 6-9pm Print Making: mono, lino and styrofoam $10 materials Wed....
  • On October 17, 2013, after months of vocal opposition, the Mi’kmaq defenders of the land in Elsipogtog were attacked by RCMP officers and their dogs. What led to that confrontation and what does it mean for all of us living together...
  • Gallery 101 in partnership with The Embassy of the Republic of Zimbabwe is proud to present: Bounty/Abondance Opening Performance Friday, October 25th 7 to 9pm Solo Exhibition by Chikonzero (Chiko) Chazunguza Curated by Pamela Edmonds
  • Animators: Chikonzero (Chiko) Chazunguza(Artist, Toronto) soJin Chun (Artist, Head of Education and Community Outreach, Gallery 44, Toronto) Terrance Houle (Artist, Calgary) Maureen (Miki) Korp (Writer, Ottawa) Christine Lalonde (...
  • IN—DIGITAL June 28—August 10, 2013 A two person exhibition by: Jason Baerg and Christian Chapman Curated by Howard Adler and Christopher Wong Opening Party: Friday, July 26 • 7:30pm—9:00pm with the Asinabika Women's Drum Circle, Leader...
  • Gallery 101 is pleased to be partnering with NIIGAAN. We are very excited to announce the first Niigaan workshop series examining Treaties. August 14 Gallery 101, 301 1/2 Bank St. Second floor. 6–8pm. Donations accepted The exercise...
  • 1-4pm at Gallery 101. The Michael J McGuire Mentorship Program fosters a student- to- student engagement between a visual arts student from the Richard Pfaff Alternate Program and a graduating student from the University of Ottawa...
  • Gallery 101 is proud to present the June 26th vamp beading circle to be held at our gallery. These circles are to support "Walking With Our Sisters: A Commemorative Art Installation for the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women of Canada...
  • Wednesday, June 19, 2013 5:30—7:30pm Lino cut, Potato & Mono printing G101 will be supplying the materials and if you have your own bring those too! We will be making flyers for Asinabka, an Indigenous film & media arts...
  • SATURDAY JUNE 15, 2013 AGM 11:30-12:30 Minutes/Reports/Audited Statements/Board Member elections-up to 6 new board members Membership Appreciation input/output party 12:30-4pm BBQ & PORTRAIT PROJECT WITH JEFFERY THOMAS Have your...
  • Gallery 101 is proud to present the first of two vamp beading circles to be held at our gallery, with the first being on Wed June 5 and the second on Wed June 26 from 6 - 8pm. These circles are to support "Walking With Our Sisters: A...
  • Ottawa Super Bingo with Megan Morman June 8—9 12—2pm Westfest "On The Street" www.westfest.ca Ottawa Super Bingo is a "road-trip bingo", playable by people of all ages. Pick up a game card and wander the neighbourhood. Gallery 101...
  • RED Ride Tour with Cris Derksen, Kristi Lane Sinclair, Laura Ortman, Melody McKiver Tuesday, May 28 · 7—11 pm A rare, rebellious, and soul-renewing night of music! $10: Buy your ticket at the door Space is limited. First come first...
  • Doll Making with Rose Moses Thursday May 23, 2013 5:30—7:30pm $10 member · $15 non-members Cash or check @ the door. Please bring your membership card! Register here: http://dollmakingwithrosemoses.eventbrite.ca...
  • 6—8:30pm Opening ceremony at 6pm with Dehcho Elder—Gerald Antoine and Dehcho drummers. Lynn Canney, Curator Gallery 101 is honoured to have the opportunity to work in partnership with the The Open Sky Creative Society (OSCS) to present...
  • 6—8pm Join G101 staff and exhibiting artists from the current Create This Revolution show for an informal potluck dinner and discussion. All are welcome.
  • 6—8pm Join G101 staff and exhibiting artists from the current Create This Revolution show for an informal potluck dinner and discussion. All are welcome.
  • Create this Revolution! Get up and share a vision of bringing together all people to ensure we create ways of protecting Mother Earth, her lands, waters and people. Gallery 101, (G101), invites Emerging and Established Artists who are...
  • Over 60 new artworks from local artists and galleries for the City of Ottawa Fine Art Collection. Artworks in the City's collection are displayed at libraries, community spaces, employment centres, recreation facilities, health clinics -...
  • Join us to learn more about Canada Council funding programs, network with other Aboriginal artists and share your challenges and success. The information session will include in-depth discussions on support programs in all artistic...

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