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  • He swiped Apple's apple to give to Snow White and invited Jesus to drink a Coke with Santa. He hijacks classics like others draw mustaches on politicians. An iconoclast of modern times who laughs at the new gods, those of consumption....
  • Adam Void transforms ready-at-hand or bricolage materials into objects that address social and political concerns of class, control, and community. He is dedicated to exploring the details of countercultures particular to his experience:...
  • Lori Victor has been painting for over 12 years, studying first at the Ottawa School of Art and completing her BFA at the University of Ottawa in 2011. She has exhibited her work in Ottawa since 2006. Lori has been a professional graphic...
  • Laura Leah's art education has included first year animation studies at Sheridan, three semesters at Bishop’s University in the Fine Arts and Art History along with drawing and painting; and also a one year internship at The Ottawa School...
  • Jeffrey is an urban-Iroquois, born in the city of Buffalo, New York in 1956. His parents and grandparents were born at the Six Nations reserve, near Brantford, Ontario and left the reserve to find work in the city. You won't find a...
  • Mana Rouholamini is a visual artist. She has produced drawing installations, artist books and digital prints that focus on language and meaning. She received her MFA from York University and her BFA from Azad University in Tehran, Iran....
  • Ben Powless is Mohawk from Six Nations in Ontario. He is currently working for the Defenders of the Land network, a national network of Indigenous communities, leaders, and allies dedicated to standing up for the sovereignty and sacredness...
  • Born and raised in Montreal (CA), French-Canadian of Vietnamese origin, Jacqueline Hoang Nguyen is a research-based artist currently based in Brooklyn (NY) and Stockholm (SE). Nguyen recently completed the Whitney Museum of American Art’s...
  • HELENE LACELLE is a self taught Canadian artist living in Chipman, NB. After fifteen years living, painting and showing on Queen West in Toronto, LACELLE was selected by the NFB as one of five persons to represent Ontario artists in a...
  • Kaylene's work is about power, politics, people, play and perceptions of reality. It is informed by debates and events of the time in which it was created. Through the recontextualisation of media images and everyday material a new...
  • Priti Gulati Cox is an artist who lived in India until she moved to Salina, Kansas in 2000. In 2008, she began work on a project entitled Vanishing India that reveals the effects of corporate globalization on the social, political and...
  • Pansee Atta is an activist, artist, and academic currently working towards an MA in Cultural Studies at Queen’s University. Her work examines themes of migration, anti-racism, and decolonization. www.panseeatta.com
  • Adornato was born in Montreal, Quebec, to Italian/French immigrants. He spent much of his childhood in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia before his family settled in Ottawa, Canada. In 2001, he received his Fine Arts degree from NSCAD University in...
  • Howard holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Indigenous Studies from Trent University, and a Master Of Arts Degree in Canadian Studies from Carleton University. He is an award winning writer, and an artist that has worked in diverse mediums,...
  • 6—8:30pm Opening ceremony at 6pm with Dehcho Elder—Gerald Antoine and Dehcho drummers. Lynn Canney, Curator Gallery 101 is honoured to have the opportunity to work in partnership with the The Open Sky Creative Society (OSCS) to present...
  • 6—8pm Join G101 staff and exhibiting artists from the current Create This Revolution show for an informal potluck dinner and discussion. All are welcome.
  • 6—8pm Join G101 staff and exhibiting artists from the current Create This Revolution show for an informal potluck dinner and discussion. All are welcome.
  • Gallery 101 is presenting emerging and established artists in a group exhibition of activist-based video, painting, drawing, print, photography, sculpture, and performance. The Idle No More movement is about Indigenous rights, the...