The weekend has arrived and it is time to get out and about and enjoy the goings on in this fine city. There is plenty to see and do—and eat—this weekend, so we will get right to it.
Studio Sixty Six
Don’t forget friends, April precipitation brings May flowers, so all this wet weather we’ve been getting will pay off in the long run.
If you are brave enough to face the frigid winds of this Ottawa winter, there are plenty of things to do out in the big wide world.
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.
After a short week, we are fortunate enough to have arrived at another wonderful weekend in this great city. There are plenty of exciting events to enjoy and we are here to tell you all about them!
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
The dog days of summer have arrived and, with temperatures above 30 degrees in the forecast all weekend, we can brace ourselves for another hot one in the capital. In addition to a guaranteed heatwave of a weekend, it is also guaranteed to be a fun one, with a long list of great goings on to get out there and enjoy.
The new must-see art exhibition in Ottawa is Post Neo at Studio Sixty Six running until June 9 at the gallery’s new location at 858 Bank Street, Suite 101, in the Glebe. This captivating affair features two extremely openminded, experimentally driven contemporary artists who dare to say things differently and deserve all of the praise they get.
This weekend is not only the annual Jane’s Walk, but also the first ever Jane’s Mob in Ottawa on Thursday night. Read all of Apt613’s coverage of Jane’s Walk here and don’t miss our podcast! For more of what’s happening, read on and don’t miss our events calendar for even more!
Taymaz Valley: “The pairing of these two artists is a spark of genius on the gallery director Carrie Colton’s part, not only because of the contrasting palettes with which these two artists exercise their creativity, but by the performativity that brings forth their interconnectivity.”
There’s a new gallery in town. The Sussex Contemporary on Sussex Drive – just a few blocks from the National Gallery of Canada – will be opening its doors this Thursday August 24 with its first exhibition, The Inaugural Group Show.
InFocus will culminate in a photography exhibition on September 3 at Studio Sixty Six.
Photos by Ming Wu (@photogmusic) Don’t miss your chance to check out Studio Sixty Six’s exhibition In·habit, now in its final week. Visit the gallery before June 30 to enjoy the exhibition.
Present Tense is on view at Studio Sixty Six until May 6, 2017. The exhibition aims to encourage a dialogue between the artworks and the viewer on the social, political, and cultural frameworks from which these tensions arise in Canadian history and how they also carry into the present.
TIME/FRAME is on at Studio Sixty Six (66 Muriel St) until March 25.