Gallery 101 is pleased to present:
The Known Effects of Lightning on the Body & other works
By Lee Henderson
June 8 to July 6, 2018
Grand Opening: June 8, 5-8pm
Where: 280 Catherine Street (across from the Ottawa Bus Station)
Gallery 101 is committed to accessibility. Please contact us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or
phone 613-230-2799 to...
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Bags, pouches, and other leather containers were essential items in First Nations cultures as pockets were not...
Gallery 101 presents The Sun at Midnight
Director: Kirsten Carthew, 2016, 93mins, English, Action/Adventure Drama, PG
Producers: Kirsten Carthew, Amos Scott
Where: G101, 280...
Unikkaaqtuarniq: Stories from the North
---Inuit & Sami films projected onto a screen made of snow!---
Thur., Feb. 1 to Sun., Feb. 4 | 6 - 9pm Each Night | Free
Dear Friends, Members, Volunteers, Partners, Participating Artists and all our Relations:
G101 has recently moved from its location at 51B Young Street. We are retro fitting an...
Join One World Arts and Gallery 101 on December 13 for two special one-night-only screenings of Canadian documentaries from the 2017 Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary...
Gallery 101 is testing the waters with our first online pop-up auction.
We are gathering funds to support our move and our ongoing programming.
We are posting items for bid in a...
Artist Talk with Annie Dunning at Gallery 101
Saturday, November 18th, 2017 from 1-3pm
Annie Dunning will share stories with images and sound gathered as a participating artist...
Roundtable with the curator and artists
Tuesday, November 14, 7-8pm
51 B Young Street
Beneath the Tame (until Dec 2) is a two person exhibition of sculpture by Mary Anne...
Beneath the Tame
Curated by Lisa A. Pai
Mary Anne Barkhouse • Anna Williams
November 4 - December 2, 2017
Vernissage: Saturday, November 4, 5-8pm
Roundtable: November 14, 7-...
Mary Anne Barkhouse
Both artists, Mary Anne Barkhouse and Anna Williams spoke with me at the close of 2015 of a hunger to apply themselves to sculptural work that is...
Ogimaa Mikana project is an artist collective founded by Susan Blight (Anishinaabe, Couchiching) and Hayden King (Anishinaabe, Gchi'mnissing) in January 2013. Through public art,...
Rolande (Wassay) Souliere was born in Toronto, Ontario and is Anishinaabe and member of Michipicoten First Nation. Souliere became a contemporary artist when she migrated to...
La Galerie est fermé sur la weekend
samedi 7 octobre à 9 octobre
Michelle LaVallee recently accepted the position of Director of the Art Centre, Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. As Curator at the MacKenzie Art Gallery in Regina,...
Whess Harman is a trans-nonbinary artist and member of the Carrier Witat Nation from prince rupert, bc. They are currently based in vancouver.