• 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...
  • 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 fosters global connections and...
  • Subscribe: G101 Mailing List   Gallery Contacts Phone: 613-230-2799 General inquiries/memberships/events: office@g101.ca Programming/partnerships: director@g101.ca Artist submissions/proposals must follow our submission guidelines. ...
  • Visiting the Gallery Gallery hours During exhibitions we're open Tuesday - Saturday 1:00-5:00 PM, or by appointment. We are closed Sunday and Monday.   Accessibility & Location Thanks to the Ontario Trillium Foundation, we have...
  • Annual Deadline: April 15. 11:59 PM (every year, always) Gallery 101 hosts 4-6 exhibitions each year, as well as film screenings, lectures, performances and other activities. As an artist-run-centre, we support experimentation, research,...
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  • Troy David Ouellette is currently a PhD candidate at York University.He received his M.F.A. from the University of Windsor and holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. He has taught Design,...
  • 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...
  • studied art at the University of Regina (Regina, SK), graduating with honours in 2004 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in sculpture. Since attaining her BFA, she has worked within the arts as a prop maker, technician, and art educator...
  • is a visual artist working in a variety of mediums, defined by post-consumed materials, in conjunction with metaphysical and environmental principles. His practice tends to manifest as monumental sculptures and intricate installations....

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