Tag Archives: Culture

OAG’s 2019 Spring Exhibition

The Ottawa Art Gallery held vernissage for their 5 new exhibitions highlighting local, national and international artists. Informed by science and art, news, resistance as well as travelling, the exhibitions feature interactive sculptures, collaboratively-made art and a massive video projection. Here are the details of each exhibitions: Carbon + Light: Juan Geuer’s Luminous Precision (on …

Fleeting by Anna Graves @ Possible Worlds

Possible Worlds presented their second exhibition of 2019, part of an ongoing series highlighting Ottawa-Gatineau- based or born emerging graphic artists. Anna Graves‘ Fleeting examines relationships between land use and notions of belonging. These large-scale lithograph and silkscreened prints feature urban and natural settings around Mi’kma’ki/Nova Scotia that are experiencing gentrification and shifting industries. With …

Opening of the Governor General’s Awards in Visual & Media Arts 2019

March 28, 2019 was the opening/vernissage for Governor General’s Awards in Visual & Media Arts 2019 at the National Gallery of Canada. Celebrating the careers of eight outstanding Canadian artists: Stephen Andrews, Marlene Creates, COZIC, Lee-Ann Martin, Ali Kazimi, Andrew James Paterson, Jeff Thomas, and Susan Edgerley. The exhibition runs until August 5, 2019 Check …

National Gallery of Canada’s Opening of Multitude, Solitude by Dave Heath

Attended the opening at the National Gallery of Canada‘s for Dave Heath’s Multitude, Solitude on March 13, 2019. From the website: “Whether picking out a single face in a crowd, capturing an act of violence between siblings, or framing close-up portraits of quiet despair, Dave Heath (1931–2016) had an instinctive ability to capture the soul …

Interplays @ Studio Sixty Six

Studio Sixty Six held their opening reception for their new exhibition called Interplays. Featuring the works by Laurence Finet, Natalie Bruvels and Andrew Beck. These three artists whose work centres around the human experience and/or the human theatre. All painters, approaching their shared subject, stylistically and thematically, from entirely different perspectives. The exhibition runs until …