This exhibition space is used by selected artists involved in the Artist Studio Program for formal orin-process exhibition of artwork.
A little gem of a gallery hidden quietly within a suburban neighbourhood. The Gallery hosts works of local and regional artists.
"Blink Gallery is a non-profit collective supporting professional contemporary artists from the Ottawa region. Located across from the National Gallery, it occupies "Header House," which was originally a containment space for the explosives used in the cannons on Parliament Hill.
CUAG builds and preserves the University’s art collection as a rich resource for research, teaching, learning and discovery through the direct experience of original works of art.
Open daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.Free admission. Wheelchair accessible.Information: 613-580-2424, ext. 28425
"Shared equally by SAW Gallery and SAW Video, Club SAW is described as a presentation and screening space. SAW (Sussex Annex Works) was incorporated in 1976 by a group of Ottawa printmakers and continues to be a valuable asset for Ottawa area new media artists.
Cube Gallery is a contemporary art gallery that hosts a new group show every month. Centrally located in the heart of west-end Ottawa, Cube is just down from Ottawa’s famous Bagel Shop and Wellington Gastro Pub and a short stroll from the GCTC and other fine restaurants as well. The Cube is in the heart of the West Village, Ottawa's most vibrant arts and food area.
Exposure Gallery is the focal point of Ottawa’s contemporary fine art photography community. Established in 2009 by Sheila Whyte and Carrie Colton, Exposure Gallery exhibits fine art photography exclusively.
Foyer gallery showcases original works created by a juried group of emerging and well-established visual artists from the region. Foyer Gallery artists specialize in a variety of media, from oils, watercolours, acrylics, fibre art, and photography to sculptural works in wood, metal, clay, marble and glass.
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