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4th Anniversary Show at Sivarulrasa Gallery

From November 16 to December 30, 2018, Sivarulrasa Gallery is pleased to present our 4th ANNIVERSARY SHOW, in celebration of the Gallery’s four years of operation. We’re delighted to present our biggest show of the year, covering all three sections of the Gallery, showcasing paintings, sculpture, drawings, mixed media, and photographic works by all our […]


260 Fingers, an invitational show featuring the work of 26 accomplished ceramic artists and potters,  has become one of the Ottawa’s most anticipated shows for both fans and collectors of ceramics as well as those appreciative of well-made, beautiful objects – from handsome tableware to sculptural pieces; from the formal, austere and subdued, to the […]

Jungle Boogie: Danuta Sierhuis’ Sculpture Gardens

This month at the Stalk Market, we are featuring artist Danuta Sierhuis. Please join us for the opening reception of Danuta’s first solo exhibition, featuring her “Sculpture Gardens” series of punch needle embroideries. Jungle Boogie vernissage November 10th, 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. Exhibition runs November 10th through Christmas in December 2018. SCULPTURE GARDENS The “Sculpture […]

STARFIELDS Exhibition at Sivarulrasa Gallery

From October 5 to Nov 11, 2018 Sivarulrasa Gallery is pleased to present STARFIELDS, a solo exhibition of photographic works by artist Sanjeev Sivarulrasa. Curated by Almonte-based sculptor Deborah Arnold, the exhibition combines Sivarulrasa’s deep sky images with new works from his recent travels in Algonquin Park. Vernissage/Meet the Artist: Saturday Oct 13, 3pm-6pm. Artist […]


From August 24 to September 30, 2018, Sivarulrasa Gallery is pleased to present RESERVOIR, a collaborative installation of sound and stone sculpture by Almonte-based stone sculptor Deborah Arnold and Ottawa-based sound installation artist Dipna Horra. In January 2018, Gallery Director Sanjeev Sivarulrasa introduced the artists to each other and invited them to mount a duo […]

Fluid Acrylics with Art in Jest

​​Did you ever wish you could make fantastic one of a kind abstract at? Let’s do it. We’ll be using fluid acrylics to make gorgeous individual poured pieces. Click here to see photos from previous pours! ​ This workshop is suitable for all skill levels and the registration fee covers all the materials to make […]

Weekend roundup: What to do in Ottawa

It’s shaping up to be a lovely weekend, Ottawa. Get out and enjoy the city! If you’re hankering for a trip across the ocean but your budget won’t allow it, head to the Parkdale Market for Paris in July – Ottawa Velo Vogue and The Studio Cafe are teaming up to help you create a […]

Basement 819 du 9 juillet :: F is for Fake à la Galerie Saw, 10e anniversaire de l’Avant-Garde Bar tout en concerts. Le Bluesfest tire à sa fin! Quand faut y aller…

Basement 819 célèbre l’apogée de l’été avec une myriade d’événements à exploiter. L’histoire se répète, on vous gave de culture régionale. Notre sélection de la semaine :: Exposition F is for Fake Notre coup de coeur de la semaine va à la Galerie Saw qui présente tout l’été des projections de films gratuites. C’est dehors! […]

Weekend roundup: What to do in Ottawa

Let’s pretend the weekend starts now, shall we? Or at least start planning what to do to avoid slipping further into the winter blues. Kick things off tonight with Kalya Scintilla’s musical transmissions at Ritual, or head to the Karsh-Masson Gallery for the blending of art and music in a new exhibit. If you want […]

Weekend roundup: What to do in Ottawa

[youtube width=”600″ height=”485″][/youtube] Soak up the summer-like weather while you can, Ottawa – the leaves, they are a-changin’. If you want to be outside as much as possible, run around the city for Nuit Blanche all Saturday night. There will be art, music, crafts, beer – and it is all (mostly) free! In the market, Victoire […]

Sakahàn: Connections through Indigenous Art

[youtube][/youtube] For the past 2 months, the National Gallery of Canada has featured Sakahàn, an ambitious exhibition showcasing works from international Indigenous contemporary artists. Sakahàn, which means, “to light a fire” in the language of the Algonquin peoples, showcases over 80 artists from 16 countries with works and styles as diverse as their cultural backgrounds. […]

Weekend roundup: What to do in Ottawa

[youtube width=”600″ height=”485″][/youtube] We’re sticking with our tradition of at least one festival per weekend, folks – we’ve got the Haiti en Fête festival happening down on Petrie Island all weekend long, with music and food and dancing guaranteed. If you can’t wait for the Centretown Movies outdoor film festival to start next week, head to Dundonald […]