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  • Director / Curator: Laura Margita - director@g101.ca Administrator: Kristina Corre - office@g101.ca Technician: Hector Tovar - communications@g101.ca Current Board of Directors: Lindsey Wilson - President Alex Nahwegahbow - Vice...
  • As a part of National Aboriginal Day Celebrations, the Asinabka Festival Presents an evening of Indigenous Literature & Music. This event will feature readings by invited authors, including a discussion and Q&A about their work,...
  • John Wayne's Teeth // A Comedy Film Screening & Fundraiser  This event will screen a short film program called John Wayne's Teeth, highlighting Indigenous comedy and humour.   • Hosted by local comedian Darren Sutherland • Cash Bar...
  • Refresh and renew: A Mandala Journey Wednesday April 20, 2016 6:30 - 8:30 pm Gallery 101 51B Young St. Ottawa Along with spring, Arts Health Network Ottawa is returning again! We are excited to once again host bimonthly gatherings...
  • http://www.rawlsonking.ca/blog/art-memorial-honoured-with-award  
  • Listen to Tammy  near the end of the stream http://stream.chuo.fm/2501/2/20160406/17_00/play
  • I was born and raised in The Hague and immigrated to Canada in 1967 with my first husband who could not return to Bangla-Desh, his homeland, and could not work in The Netherlands. We arrived in Ottawa and stayed here for three months,...
  • Art Place Showcase Event  Saturday April 2, 2016  2 to 4:30pm  Gallery 101  51 B Young Street    Mingle with guests and Art Place artists to learn more about their community-driven projects.  Word of welcome at 2:30pm., followed by...
  • Until I was nineteen I lived just outside Greenbank, a small town in rural Ontario. I went to highschool in another small town, Port Perry. It wasn’t until I moved in 2010 to pursue my education in Ottawa that I finally experienced...
  • I was born in Ottawa to parents who had immigrated from Hungary. I lived in Hungary for a third of my life with my mother and three brothers. At the age of thirteen my brothers and I returned to Ottawa to live with my father. My experience...

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