Rah Eleh was an undergraduate student in the Department of Visual Arts, University of Ottawa. She graduated in 2013. She is an Iranian-Canadian video, net and performance artist. Rah’s work has been exhibited extensively both nationally and internationally.
When: Wednesday, September 18, 2019 from 12:00 to 1:00 pm Where: 100 Laurier Ave East, Room 114
Esther Hoflick’s research in her two-year Master of Fine Arts at the University of Ottawa focused on large-scale frescoes (watercolour on plaster panels), through which she considers our perceptions of ourselves within external space, the potential animism of the physical world, and the relationship between nonsense and meaning.
August 14 août – Sept. 8 Sept. 2019
Vernissage – August 22 août, 17h30h – 19h30h
The presence of digital art works in the National Gallery’s collections and exhibitions since the early seventies up to the nineties with some examples from other art museums and galleries. Guest Speaker: Jean Gagnon
In this talk I will review the research I have been undertaking with Lizzie Muller to address the urgent questions of how cultural institutions can respond creatively and ethically to the challenge of changing disciplinary formations.
We are very pleased to invite you to MERIDIAN 2019, our annual exhibition by our graduating students of the Bachelor of Fine Arts, which will take place at the Visual Arts Pavilion, from April 19 to 26, 2019, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., followed by a Closing Vernissage, Friday April 26, 6 p.m. - 10 p.m.
One of the most prevalent themes found throughout the canon of art history is figure painting. Artists have used the body as a site for expression using a variety of approaches. While Nancy, Alexander and Ginny depict the body differently, there is a common ground in how they use the body as a site for deconstructing traditional notions by looking at the body as narrative, the body as an aesthetic subject, or the body seen within the canon of art history.
Gallery 115 Presents: sk(in)
January 31 - February 09 2018