• Exercise your personal spin on art appreciation to the sounds of DJ Lance Baptiste, snap up a deal at our silent auction, win prizes and devote your evening to witty conversation and tasty appetizers!
  • Gallery 101 would like to extend a very warm thank you to all of the artists and performers who generously donated their creativity and time to participate in 101 Frames this year. A special thank you to our volunteers, board of directors...
  • GALLERY 101 hosts its Annual Silent Art Auction and Party at the gallery (236 Nepean Street, between Bank and Kent) on Saturday, December 4 at 7pm. Artworks will be available for preview from Tuesday, November 30 to Friday, December 3,...
  • On the first Saturday evening of December, Gallery 101 hosts a glittering social event where an admiring public comes together with practising Canadian artists. They come to see and be seen, to buy, to sell, to eat, drink and dance and...
  • Since 1993, Daniel Barrow has used an overhead projector to relay ideas and short narratives. Specifically, Barrow creates and adapts comic book narratives to a "manual" form of animation by projecting, layering and manipulating drawings...
  • This exciting one day event will coincide with the closing of our Nepean Street Location. The festival is to include screenings by Available Light Screening Collective, with members Nikhil Adnani, Chris Rohde, Theo Pelmus, Phil Rose, Linda...
  • Mae Leong is a Hong Kong born, Canada and U.S. based multi disciplinary artist. Leong's recent art practice focuses on different sociocultural issues including migration and displacement, consumerism, globalization, and recycling. Her...
  • In response to the recent removal of David Wojnarowicz’s film A Fire in My Belly from the Smithsonian’s groundbreaking exhibition “Hide/Seek: Difference and Desire in American Portraiture”, Gallery 101 and the Village are joining...
  • CATALOGUE LAUNCH: Friday, September 23 at 6pm Unboxed: Engagements in Social Space, is a collection of critical essays about and by artists who work across the borders of art, architecture and performance. This collection is loosely based...
  • Foreword by Vicky Chainey Gagnon and Leanne L’Hirondelle The exhibition LORE, curated by Ryan Rice, features the work of artists Duane Linklater, Jason Lujan, and Tania Willard. The importance of this exhibition lies in the tracing of oral...
  • Transcontinental Divide grew from a collaboration between Gallery 101 and the Helen Pitt Gallery, Vancouver. The exhibition was conceptually based with 10 artists (5 from Vancouver and 5 from Ottawa) exchanging ideas to realize an...
  • Gallery 101 gratefully acknowledges the support of our patrons, members, volunteers and all our relations. We are grateful for the support received annually and through project grants from the following organizations: Canada Council for...
  • As a multidisciplinary artist-run centre, Gallery 101 is committed to the professional presentation, dissemination and promotion of contemporary visual arts from a broad range of backgrounds and aesthetics. This is accomplished by...
  • Gallery 101 Membership Form. Not sure if your membership has expired? E-mail office@g101.ca Representing a membership of over 140 members (80% artists, 20% arts administrators, educators, curators, art related participants), Gallery 101...
  • Phone: 613-230-2799 General inquiries/memberships/events: office@g101.ca Programming/partnerships: director@g101.ca Artist submissions/proposals must follow our submission guidelines.  Our annual general submission deadline is April 15th...

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