In the Making is an interdisciplinary exhibition featuring the work of ten BEING Studio artists. The exhibition opens May 16 and runs until May 26 at the Galerie Annexe at the Ottawa Art Gallery.
UK artist Paul Harfleet will be planting pansies at the site of homophobic and transphobic hate crimes across Ottawa for the next couple weeks, and he wants you to reach out if you would like him to plant a pansy for you.
By Bill Staubi It is spring time and many of us are emerging from our winter woollies and starting to think about our beach bodies. We will be weight watching, squatting, and planking our way back into shape. But what if you undertook to change your body, and your life, and ended up with a […]
Exhibition: Rachel Gray, Gabriela Avila-Yiptong and Lea Hamilton’s I Came Back and Things Were Different at the City Hall Art Gallery—vernissage 05.02.19
I Came Back and Things Were Different will be on display at the City Hall Art Gallery until June 26, 2019.
The Canadian Museum of Nature is currently hosting Ikebana: Creating Art with Nature.
Jenny McMaster is a fibres artist with a new show at Espace Pierre-Debain in Aylmer. Her show Ruptured Planes is an interesting exploration of her medium and mythologies about the Earth’s structure.
The opening drew a capacity crowd of appreciative viewers.
The recently announced public art program is open to both Canadian and international artists.
Multitude, Solitude: The Photographs of Dave Heath is a retrospective of a troubled street photographer considered by many to be one of the greatest of his generation.
Her work is dripping with satire and a sharpness to its perspective that toes the line between mockery and conviction.
A call for applications is open until April 2, 2019 at 4pm.
Kid Koala is hosting Music To Draw To at Black Squirrel Books on Wednesday January 30 from 7pm–11pm. Admission is free.
Xenia Fink, Guillermo Trejo and Jinny Yu explore the ambiguous relationship between the individual and the nation in this new exhibition.
Studio Sixty Six is having its first group exhibition of 2019 from January 11 to March 3. Titled Land and Memory, this exhibition brings together some of the gallery’s most passionate contemporary artists who share the love of landscape and the natural world.
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.