Ottawa based artist Drew Bernard will be having a solo show at the quaint and charming Irene’s Pub in the Glebe from December 3 to January 5. The vernissage is Monday, December 3.
Karim Rashid gave a keynote presentation at the opening of the Ottawa Art Gallery’s exhibition, Karim Rashid: Cultural Shaping.
Rachel Gray is the Artistic Coordinator at BEING Studio and is an artist in residence at the Ottawa School of Art. She recently had a pop-up show at General Assembly to share her experience of traveling by foot, bus, train and ferry from Portland, Oregon to Dawson, Yukon in summer 2017.
This fully bilingual English/Inuktitut exhibition features finely detailed pen and ink drawings, plus articles, poetry, essays, fiction and cartoons created over more than 40 years.
Studio Sixty Six and Ottawa Art Gallery (OAG) have announced a much-anticipated exhibition of new works by the Ottawa based artist Patrice Stanley to run at the OAG from October 17th until November 18th, 2018.
Over the course of two weekends, the Enriched Bread Artists studio is hosting their annual open studio. Resident artists are inviting the public to come in and explore their studio spaces and see some of their new works.
In late September, Sparks Street came to life as the Living Statues Festival hit the street.
For the first time, Canzine is coming to Ottawa. The event makes its Ottawa debut on Saturday, October 13th at the Ottawa Art Gallery.
The exhibition’s title is taken from the proposed name for a new geological epoch some scientists believe we already inhabit.
On Friday September 21, Tony Fouhse’s book launch party will be hosted by Studio Sixty Six, followed by an exhibition of his photographs at the gallery until September 28
Inside of Venus Envy is a gallery space for voices that sometimes don’t get the opportunity to show.
The 15th annual House of PainT festival takes places from August 24–26, 2018.
Nathan Sawaya’s The Art of the Brick exhibition is a stunning display of original Lego artworks and remixes of the famous masterpieces.
Their current project involves getting work out of the crowded studio and into more public shows and community spaces.
There were 100 films selected from a record-setting 2,469 entries.