Monday, April 4, 2022
5 Galleries you need to visite
▪️The “Free Ukraine” exhibition at Orange Art Gallery is a series of images selected for their relevance to the war in Ukraine. The show runs until April 17th. Wed-Sun 11:00am to 4:00pm. 290 City Centre Avenue.
▪️Norman Takeuchi’s “Scrolling” exhibition is an exercise in painting for the joy of making images using geometric forms and decorative Japanese patterns. Wednesday to Saturday 11:00am to 6:00pm until April 30th. Suite 101, 858 Bank Street.
▪️Photographers can now register for the SPAO Summer Part-Time Studies program. The online and in-person courses range from foundation courses in digital photography through lighting and darkroom techniques. Meanwhile, you only have two more weeks to view the annual APEX exhibition at the SPAO Gallery, either online or in person Wednesday to Saturday 12;00pm to 5:00pm at 77 Pamilla Street.
▪️Discover the work of Kristine McGuinty, a former portrait photographer who now paints moody landscapes of Kootenay Lake, at Koyman Galleries. Open 10:00am to 6:00pm Monday through Friday, 10:00am to 5:00pm Saturday, and 12:00pm to 5:00pm Sunday. 1771 St. Laurent Blvd.
▪️If your budget doesn’t stretch to art collecting, Cube Gallery’s "Great BIG Smalls" collection of small scale works might be for you. The works are under 12 inches in size, with most ranging in price from $200 to $650. View the entire collection online.
▪️House of Paint is searching for a Communications and Marking pro on a contract basis from April to December, 2022. This is a part time role, 26.5 hours per week, with additional hours required for community events and at festival time. Deadline to apply: April 7th at 6:00pm.
▪️Ottawa Italian Week 2022 invites local artists to enter a contest to have their work presented on print collateral during the festival. This will be the feature image throughout the festival, and there’s a $1000 cash prize for the commissioned artwork. The deadline to submit your work is April 17th, and the winning submission will be chosen by April 28th.
We'll see you tomorrow – Martha and Darren
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