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CUBE GALLERY The brain­child of artist and cu­ra­tor Don Monet, this gallery ex­hibits con­tem­po­rary pieces by Cana­dian artists. Cube proudly con­tin­ues its decade-long tra­di­tion of nur­tur­ing in­ter­na­tion­ally-rec­og­nized artists while in­tro­duc­ing our clients to ex­cit­ing and ever-evolv­ing ta­lent. See web­site for hours. 1285 Welling­ton St W., 613-728-1750. Map 5 E3 cubge­

GA­LERIE D’ART VIN­CENT Here, you’ll find Cana­dian his­tor­i­cal and con­tem­po­rary fine art, an ex­ten­sive col­lec­tion of orig­i­nal Inuit carv­ings from Baf­fin Is­land and the Kee­watin, and orig­i­nal prints by some of

Canada’s most renowned Inuit artists, in­clud­ing Keno­juak Ashe­vak and Pudlo Pud­lat. See web­site for hours. Fair­mont Chateau Lau­rier, 613-241-1144. Map 4 F3 vin­cent.inu­itfin­

GA­LERIE ST. LAU­RENT + HILL Lo­cated in the By­ward Mar­ket, this gallery rep­re­sents ex­clu­sively con­tem­po­rary Cana­dian artists. See web­site for hours. 293 Dal­housie St., 613-789-7145. Map 4 G3 ga­leri­est­lau­rent­

KOY­MAN GAL­LERIES This gallery rep­re­sents over 175 es­tab­lished and emerg­ing Cana­dian artists, in­clud­ing Va­lerie But­ters, Maya Even­tov, and Do­minik Modlin­ski. It is one of Canada’s largest gal­leries of art, fea­tur­ing over 13,000 sq. ft. of orig­i­nal paint­ings, mixed me­dia, and pho­tog­ra­phy. You can also buy on­line, with free ship­ping in Canada and the U.S. Open Mon­day to Fri­day, 10am to 6pm; Satur­day, 9.30am to 5.30pm; Sun­day, 12pm to 5pm. 1771 St. Lau­rent Blvd., 613-526-1562. Map 5 F3 koy­man­gal­

OR­ANGE ART GALLERY Rep­re­sent­ing more than 20 of Ot­tawa’s finest es­tab­lished and emerg­ing con­tem­po­rary artists, this gallery is lo­cated in a his­toric, 100-year-old build­ing. See web­site for hours. 290 City Cen­tre Ave., 613-761-1500. Map 5 E3 or­angeart­ STU­DIO SIXTY-SIX Stu­dio Sixty Six is an Ot­tawa emerg­ing artist gallery, de­voted to show­cas­ing emerg­ing artists from in and around the Ot­tawa re­gion and across Canada. They fo­cus on solo shows, and fea­ture emerg­ing artists’ work for sale. 66 Muriel St. Unit 202, 613-800-1641. stu­diosix­

WALL SPACE GALLERY AND FRAM­ING This gallery and cus­tom fram­ing shop shows work by emerg­ing and es­tab­lished artists from Canada and the United States. Open daily.

Two lo­ca­tions. 358 Rich­mond Rd., 613-729-0003. Map 5 D3 2316 St. Joseph Blvd., 613-834-0872. Map 5 H1 wallspace­


CAR­LETON UNI­VER­SITY ART GALLERY Un­til May 7: Out­side Th­ese Walls: Pho­to­graphs by Yan­nick An­ton & David Ofori Zap­paroli. This ex­hi­bi­tion brings to­gether pho­to­graphic works by two Toronto-based artists whose re­spec­tive im­agery shares a com­mu­nity-fo­cused and col­lab­o­ra­tive

ap­proach to doc­u­ment­ing ur­ban life and its peo­ple. Closed Mon­days. St. Patrick’s Build­ing, 1125 Colonel By Dr., 613-520-2120. Map 5 E3 cuag. car­

GALLERY 101 A non-profit, ac­ces­si­ble, in­clu­sive, artist-run cen­tre ded­i­cated to the pre­sen­ta­tion and cir­cu­la­tion of con­tem­po­rary vis­ual and me­dia arts. Open Tues­day to Satur­day, 10am to 5pm. Closed Sun­day and Mon­day. 51B Young St., 613-230-2799. Map 5 E3

KARSH-MAS­SON GALLERY City of Ot­tawa mu­nic­i­pal gallery lo­cated at City Hall. March 16 to April 23: Michael Bel­more – mskwi•blood•sang (see p. 39 for de­tails). City Hall, 110 Lau­rier Ave. W., 613-580-2424 ext. 14167. Map 4 F5 ot­


A vis­ual arts mu­seum of in­ter­na­tional stature, fea­tur­ing ex­hi­bi­tions and col­lec­tions from the Mid­dle Ages to con­tem­po­rary art. Un­til April 17. Alex Jan­vier. Un­til Nov. 27, 2017:

Joseph Beuys. A rare op­por­tu­nity for au­di­ences to ex­pe­ri­ence works by one of the 20th cen­tury’s most in­flu­en­tial artists. Beuys is renowned for in­tro­duc­ing a new the­ory of sculp­ture, and an ex­panded con­cept of art, in the years fol­low­ing the Sec­ond World War. Closed Mon­day. 380 Sus­sex Dr., 613-990-1985. Map 4 F2


You can visit the Ot­tawa Art Gallery An­nex at City Hall while the OAG is closed for renos. From March 10 to April 16: Art is Art + Juno Pho­tog­ra­phy: Art is Art show­cases JUNO artists com­mis­sioned to cre­ate orig­i­nal art­works in­spired by the con­nec­tion be­tween mu­sic and vis­ual art. Par­tic­i­pants in­clude Chan­tal Kre­vi­azuk, Jann Ar­den, Kevin Drew (Bro­ken

So­cial Scene), Lights, Randy Bach­man, Serena Ry­der, and Tom Wil­son. Mean­while, the Juno Pho­tog­ra­phy Ex­hi­bi­tion fea­tures nearly 50 im­ages taken by Canada’s fore­most rock and roll pho­tog­ra­phers. 110 Lau­rier Ave W. Map 4 F5

SAW GALLERY An artist-run cen­tre sup­port­ing po­lit­i­cally and so­cially en­gaged con­tem­po­rary art with a fo­cus on per­for­mance and me­dia work. Ad­mis­sion by do­na­tion. See web­site for hours. 67 Ni­cholas

St., 613-236-6181. Map 4 G4 ga­lerie­saw­

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