• 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...
  • 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...
  • Gallery 101 has been enriching the understanding and development of contemporary art practices in the National Capital Region for the past forty years.   In 1979, a small group of energetic Ottawa artists pooled their resources to...
  • 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...
  • These times are uncertain, and Gallery 101 recognizes that not everyone will have the capacity to prepare a submissions package in time for our annual deadline.  With this and community care in mind, we have decided to extend our...
  • In solidarity with the health and well-being of our community, Gallery 101 will be closed until further notice. Our current exhibition, We Are Not Invisible will be extended, with plans to re-open the show once it is safe to do so. We will...
  • Details: g101.ca/submissions We've updated our submissions process to better manage the amount of submissions we receive.  Check out our submissions page for details!
  • 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...
  • Saturday December 14th will be the last day come visit the gallery in 2019! Gallery hours are noon - 5 PM. Gallery 101 wishes our members, artists, partners, and volunteers the happiest holiday season.  We'll reopen on Tuesday January 7 -...
  • Effective date: December 03, 2019 G101 ("us", "we", or "our") operates the http://www.g101.ca/ website (hereinafter referred to as the "Service"). This page informs you of our policies regarding the collection, use, and disclosure of...
  • 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.
  • Image: NAM Kyung Min, <The Pleasure of Contemplation: A Room with Chaekgeori and Desk>, Oil on lInen, 2019, 117x182cm In partnership with The Embassy of the Republic of Korea and the Korean Cultural Centre, we are pleased to co-host...
  • Join us for our first night of music with an open jam. Bring an instrument and feel free to participate ! Refreshments and non-alcoholic drinks will be provided, and there will be a cashbar. The jam will be led by G101 Board Member,...

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