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FEB 19 2016 - MAY 29 2016
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Ottawa Art Gallery
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20 Shows We Want to See in 2016
JAN 1 2016
2016 is shaping up to be an exciting year for art lovers—here are 20 shows we’re waiting for.
Must-Sees This Week: February 18 to 24, 2016
FEB 18 2016
There are lots of great art exhibitions opening across the country this week. Here are our best bets.
Prairie Scene: Capital Invasion
APR 28 2011
Regions from coast to coast have their distinct cultural charms, but there’s perhaps no place with more creative punch per capita than the Prairies. Now Ottawa gets a good look at the midwest’s...
Gail Bourgeois: Correspondence, from roots to rhizomes to mycelial networks
JUN 16 2016
Gail Bourgeois, Heterogeneity Imaged, 2015, watercolour, wax crayon and graphite on paper, 20.3 x 29.2 cm. Opening Reception: Thursday, June 23, 2016 at 6:00 PM This exhibition features conceptual...
Gang Up: 16 Great Canadian Art Collaborations
JUN 27 2016
Take a cross-Canada tour of exciting collaborative art projects—from glowing doorways to beaded moccasin vamps to ersatz tennis teams, and beyond.
Ottawa Gallery Pilots Free Child Care at Art Openings
JUN 23 2016
Child care is an accessibility issue for galleries and museums, says Stephanie Nadeau, curator of public engagement at the Ottawa Art Gallery.
News in Brief: Cross-Country Art Project Receives $2 Million, Richmond Art Gallery Hires New Director, Max Dean Donates to Ottawa Art Gallery
OCT 14 2016
Partners in Art has received $2 million to fund a cross-country art project featuring Rebecca Belmore, Raphaëlle de Groot, Ursula Johnson and more.
Artists Respond to Cleveland Team’s Racist Logo [Updated]
OCT 18 2016
People are not mascots. So why won't sports teams retire offensive logos? Artists resist the misappropriation of Indigenous identity with their own imagery.
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