• 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...
  • Hosted by Hanna Che of "Never Was Average", this workshop will teach local Black artists the ins and outs of branding. We will explore unique ways to promote our art, as well as explore multiple examples. About Hanna Che Fashion...
  • Hosted by Saffron St. James, this workshop aims to teach local artists how to communicate their vision. From elevator pitches to fine-tuning of details, it’s all about the basics of bringing our ideas to fruition through storytelling....
  • We're so excited to announce our SECOND workshop: Communicating Your Vision with Saffron St. James! Hosted by Saffron St. James, this workshop aims to teach local artists how to communicate their vision. From elevator pitches to fine-...
  • We're thrilled to announce the launch of our workshop series Expansion organized in partnership with Full Femme.  This series caters to young Black creatives (aged 15-30) and centers the experience and expertise of Black panelists and...
  • Gallery 101, in collaboration with the City of Ottawa’s Cultural Funding Support Unit (CFSU), invites you to a live virtual lunchtime information session on the 2021 Arts Funding Program and the Creation and Production Fund for...
  • Join Penny McCann and G101 Director/Curator Laura Margita on Zoom for insights into Penny’s current exhibition Land Lines (of time and place) in no particular order. Register here: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/...
  • Coming up:  Land Lines (of time and place) in no particular order - a solo exhibition by Penny McCann opens Friday November 20. A vernissage will take place, by appointment from 2-6 PM. G101 will also be open by appointment for the...
  • Gallery 101 is pleased to present: Land Lines (of time and place) in no particular order. Land Lines (of time and place) in no particular order is the first solo exhibition in Ottawa for Penny McCann. Utilizing Super 8 and 16mm footage...
  • For over forty years, Svetlana Swinimer's artistic practice has drawn upon the intersection of science and humanity through sculpture, installation, painting, video, digital photography and artistic collaboration. Join Svetlana on Zoom...
  • Unveiling The Goddess is a solo exhibition by Svetlana Swinimer about the prehistoric beliefs and traditions of the Slavic Goddess Makosh. The exhibition explores times when nature and the cosmos were everyday parts of human existence. The...
  • Notice of Assembly - All Are Welcome This year's Annual General Meeting 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...
  • For the month of August, GenderQueer Tarot has offered to donate 30% of proceeds from their readings to benefit Gallery 101's future programming. We're very grateful for this offering.   About GenderQueer Tarot GenderQueer, or Niamh, (they...
  • 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...
  • UPDATE: June 26 2020 We're so grateful to all the artists who reached out for a studio visit over the past three months! We are now shifting our focus towards re-opening and upcoming programming, and so we're sad to say that we don't have...
  • Join us to shine a light on Ottawa's ongoing human trafficking crisis at the exhibition opening of We Are Not Invisible. Artists, Elders, and members of ACTION (the Anti-Violence & Coercion Taskforce for Indigenous Organizations &...
  • Artists:  Canne • Raven Commando • Laura Fauchon​ • Brenda Hill • Anna Heffernan • Jordyn Hendricks • PJ Leroux • Rachel Nungnik • Nawyaak • Gwen Palluq​ • Frankie Pasap​ • Janice Toulouse • Georgette Whiteduck • Carmel Whittle Presented...
  • A writing workshop exploring experiences as hyphenated Canadians. Presented by Living Hyphen magazine, this writing workshop is for individuals of all ages and writing levels - Living Hyphen believes that anyone who writes is a writer....
  • In times of protest and social upheaval (and social rejuvenation) artists and activists turn to collage to make their point. The University of New Brunswick Art Centre and Creative Writing/Writer in residence program are organizing a...
  • Please arrive by 1 pm for an opening ceremony by our Indigenous Elder Barbara Dumont Hill, opening remarks from the Korean Cultural Centre, and an artist tour.

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