Carleton University Art Gallery invites you to a party celebrating the opening of our fall exhibitions. Same place, new day and new time: Sunday 15 September from 2:00 – 4:30 p.m.
At 3:00 p.m. Benoit-Antoine Bacon, President of Carleton University, will offer opening remarks (with ASL interpretation), followed by a collaborative performance by Bear Nation Drummers and Oto-Wa Taiko.
We’re excited to open four new exhibitions: 1) Rah: SuperNova; 2) Olivia Johnston: Saints and Madonnas; 3) Sites of Memory: Legacies of the Japanese Canadian Internment; and 4) Inheriting Redress: The Japanese Community Association Archive.
Admission is free and everyone is welcome! CUAG is an accessible space with barrier-free washrooms.
Discount passes ($5.00 flat rate) will be available for purchase at the tunnel entrance from 1:45 – 3:15 p.m., for parking in Lot P18 (the big concrete parkade built over the O-train tracks). Or, buy a pass ($6.00 flat rate on weekends) at a “pay by plate” machine in Lot P18 itself. Please see the visiting page of CUAG’s website for directions.
CUAG acknowledges with gratitude the support of the Ottawa Japanese Community Association, the Ottawa Japanese Cultural Centre and the Embassy of Japan in Canada.
Carleton University Art Gallery
St. Patrick’s Building