Tag Archives: Culture

Re:Collection

Re:Collection A mixed media art exhibit by Fiona Mak Opening : Thursday, August 16, 6 – 8 PM Works will be on display from August 16 – 28 Lee Matasi Gallery | OSA 35 George St. | Byward Market | Ottawa, ON. —————————— The works in this show uses ceramics, mixed media, paintings and photography …

Latinx Indigenous Fashion Show [August 11, 2018]

The Latinx Indigenous Fashion Show was presented as a part of the Asinabka Film & Media Arts Festival. Masters of Ceremonies Darren Sutherland & Emma Rabbe (Miss Americas in Miss World 1992) This show which highlighted fashion from North American, South American & Central American Indigenous peoples. Which featured clothing, regalia, accessories, and traditional oufits …

Hot Culture @ Gallery 101

Gallery 101 in partnership with Asinabka Festival presented Hot Culture. Hot Culture is an art show focused on Indigenous made fashion, textile and crafts, bringing together designers and creators working with traditional and contemporary materials. Hot Culture is a play on the term “Haute Couture”, meaning “high fashion”, and the creation of priceless, handmade, high-quality, …

Mozaik 2018

Mozaik was a free festival of Art, Music, Food and Dance that took place in the Vanier area. This collaboration with House of PainT had live street-art, dance crews, DJ’s, music, craft beer, food and more. Rise Ashen was DJing at the event was I was there. Check out the rest of the photos. Mozaik …

Home Lands

“Home Lands” Rosalie Favell August 7 – September 2, 2018 Meet the artist – Thursday, August 9th from 6-9pm This selection of images by Rosalie Favell’s are a follow up to her “Facing the Camera” series. This new work is a compilation of her friends and colleagues taken in landscapes that are meaningful to them. …

Vernissage: Reconcile/Overcome

  RECONCILE | OVERCOMEAugust 9 – September 9, 2018Galerie AnnexeThis exhibition bridges the relationship two artists have to their history of colonization. One artist is forced to address her role as colonizer, while the other works at addressing and overcoming stigma that is associated within colonized bodies and unifying her practice with other cultures through …