Drawn from the Vancouver Art Gallery’s rich photographic holdings, Pictures and Promises focuses on lens-based works that employ the structures, conventions and formal qualities used in mass media, fashion and advertising.
The Department of Visual Arts at the University of Ottawa, in collaboration with the National Gallery of Canada is proud to present the work of artist Ken Lum for the sixth annual Stonecroft Foundation Visiting Artist Lecture on Thursday, November 12th, at 6:00 pm.
Pierre-François Ouellette art contemporain is pleased to present You Are (I Am) Here, a group exhibition about painting from November 21 to December 19 featuring works by Dil Hildebrand, Pardiss Amerian, Martin Golland, Adad Hannah, Alice Reiter, and Jackson Slattery.
The Department of Visual Arts at the University of Ottawa, in collaboration with the National Gallery of Canada (NGC), was delighted to welcome artist Liz Magor for the fourth annual Stonecroft Foundation Visiting Artist Lecture Series.
The Department of Theater is in mourning. Our friend Benjamin Gaillard died yesterday in a road accident that also killed his 10 years old son. Benjamin and his family were travelling in the United States on their way back from vacation. His wife Véronique and his daughter survived the accident and are currently in a Pennsylvania hospital. We do not fear for their lives.
The High Commission of Canada in London in collaboration with Art Mûr gallery is pleased to present Self-Abstractions, a group exhibition organized by curator Anaïs Castro with Jannick Deslauriers, Cal Lane, Marie-Eve Levasseur, Nadia Myre and Jinny Yu brought together on the theme of conceptual self-portraiture.
The University of Ottawa MFA candidates welcome you to their open house! First and Second Year MFA's will be showcasing their most recent bodies of work in our third annual Open House night. Come discover new artists, works, and learn more about the University of Ottawa's MFA program.
The City of Ottawa is pleased to announce that the 2014 Karsh Award will be presented to Chantal Gervais, Professor of photography and media arts at the Depatment of Visual Arts, University of Ottawa. Please join us for the exhibition.
Professor Lorraine Gilbert's large-scale landscapes presented in Flora and Fauna: 400 Years of Artists Inspired by Nature At the National Gallery of Canada as well as in several other galleries in Ottawa.