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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...
  • I was born and raised in Saudi Arabia and later studied in France, Canada and the U.S. Growing up surrounded by other “Third Culture Kids,” I have no real sense of home or distinct culture. Now living and working as a designer in Ottawa, I...
  • An abandoned barber’s chair has been taken apart with care then attentively recreated.  This attempt to bridge by similarities, however, ultimately leads to differences. The replica then is a failure, because the original cannot be...
  • I was born and grew up in Kacharevo, Serbia. My husband Nikola and I moved to Zambia, where we lived and worked for a long time. After we returned to Serbia and due to the ongoing civil war in the 90's, our daughters came to Canada, and we...
  • I was born in Royal Leamington Spa England, after my parents emigrated from India in 1959. Later we moved to California and Kansas in the United States before settling in Truro, Nova Scotia, Canada in 1968. At eighteen I went to university...
  • I was born in Northern Alberta in Buffalo Lake Métis Settlement, near Lac La Biche. In 1999 I moved to Edmonton to go to university. As a student, I was offered a summer job at APTN, for which I moved to Anishinaabe Territory (Ottawa, ON...
  • Although I've lived in Ottawa all my life I feel a strong connection with my cultural heritage from India, which is as much a part of me as my Canadian roots. Much of my work deals with issues of identity and multiplicity of self,...
  • I was born in Bogotá, Colombia. I have moved to Canada three times: First, my parents came to Toronto to study when I was a toddler, then I came to study Art at Concordia University in Montreal, and last we moved to Ottawa with my family...

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