The NGC’s feature exhibition of contemporary works by Indigenous artists around the world.
The Ottawa Art Gallery’s first XO Ball takes place on Saturday, November 9. The ball is a fundraiser that aims to keep the OAG free and accessible to all.
After touring internationally, this collection of sketches and graphic displays by the famous Japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai, his pupils, and contemporary artists makes its Canadian debut in Ottawa from October 25 to November 3.
To mark the 100th anniversary of Bauhaus, the Embassy of Germany, in collaboration with EQ3 and Ottawa artist Cindy Stelmackowich, have opened an exhibit this week at the Ottawa Art Gallery.
Sarah Jasmine Hodgson’s show this week at uOttawa is the latest example of her incredible mastery of technology in the service of her art.
Family of renowned Ottawa-born artist Gerald Trottier is releasing works from private collection to benefit Alzheimer’s Society—10.05.19 at St. Basil’s Church
In an unforgettable act of generosity, Gerald Trottier’s family is releasing work from their private collection, at prices below their assessed value, so that people can have his work in their home. Proceeds will benefit the Alzheimer’s Society that serves Ottawa.
The workshop features a live nude model, dead plants, and lo-fi hip hop or instrumental beats.
Using text, audio and video, this multimedia exhibit is designed to give space for a plurality of voices to “[tell] an Indigenous expressionism across Turtle Island” reads the gallery notes.
Welcome to another beautiful weekend in the city. Straddled on the cusp of summer meets fall, the mornings are crisp and cool, but the afternoons still bring warmth and sunshine. There is plenty to do around town this weekend and we here at Apt613 can’t wait to tell you about it.
Art Preview: A dizziness of things I have not said at Cinqhole (formerly General Assembly)—08.30.19 & 08.31.19
A Dizziness of Things I Have Not Said is showing for two days only at Cinqhole (formerly General Assembly) for two days only.
Laura Escudé visited Shopify recently to lead a workshop for Ottawa artists. The independent artist and entrepreneur has designed shows for Kanye West, Jay-Z and American Idol, among other big names.
The festival was founded from a desire to see more women and non-binary artists on local stages.
The Go-Somewhere! Japanese Art Tour is a series of exhibitions and events showcasing the works of five female Japanese artists.
Ottawa’s artistic community has a new foundation of transparency and community interaction.
Admission to the grand re-opening celebrations is free of charge and open to all.