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#SOBEYARTAWARD: @PrixSobeyAward announces #KapwaniKiwanga 2018 winner @NatGalleryCan Ottawa

Congratulations to Kapwani Kiwanga, the 2018 winner of the Sobey Art Award held at the National Gallery of Canada (NGC) this year. Also present were all of the artists who were short-listed – Jeneen Frei Njootli, Joi T. Arcand, Jordan Bennett and Jon Rafman – as ...

CLIENT OPENING: Tonight at Ottawa’s @OttawaArtG MichaelBelmore & GroupofSeven A. J. Casson exhibit “Confluence and Tributaries”

This beautiful exhibition partners Anishinaabe artist Michael Belmore’s (www.michaelbelmore.com) copper work (Settlement, Landing 1 & 2, Gather, and Watershed No. 1) with the paintings of A.J. Casson, one of the Group of Seven. MICHAEL BELMORE and A.J. CASSON ...

XENOS by @AkramKhanLive premieres @CanadasNAC

Last night I witnessed XENOS, yet another moving performance by British dancer Akram Khan.  The National Arts Centre (NAC) and Akram have a special relationship and history. Akram performed his first solo work at the NAC in 2001 and has since returned to Ottawa 6 more times ...

CLIENT OPENING: Beautiful evening at MichaelBelmore’s “thunder sky turbulent water” @CAGOttawa

Another lovely vernissage at Ottawa’s Central Art Garage for Michael Belmore’s show which includes his work Rumble that was part of the Every.Now.Then: Reframing Nationhood at the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto at this time last year. The work is back in ...

CLIENT NEWS: Métis artist Christi Belcourt featured tonight on @canadasnac Lantern for #NationalIndigenousPeoplesDay

As the sun sets tonight on the summer solstice, also recognized in Canada as National Indigenous Peoples Day, the art work of visual artist Christi Belcourt will be shown in the Kipnes Lantern, one of the beautiful features of the new facade of the National Arts Centre (NAC) ...

FEATURED MAGAZINE: Ottawa’s National Gallery of Canada & Carleton University Art Gallery showcased in Border Crossings

For those of us living in Ottawa during the lead up to 2017, Canada’s Sesquicentennial anniversary of Confederation, with so much local activity it was hard not to get overwhelmed with culture desiring a well earned break from it all. With funding needing to be ...

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