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Fifth Carleton Community Art Exhibition
Friday, 17 January 2020, 12:00 p.m.
Please join us to celebrate the opening of The Fifth Carleton Community Art Exhibition on Friday, 17 January, from 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. The exhibition will be opened by Jen Sugar, Director of Admissions at Carleton University.
The show takes place 17th-26th of January 2020.
This event is free and open to all! CUAG is an accessible space, with barrier-free washrooms and elevator. For directions and parking information, please see the Visiting section on the gallery’s website.
Art House Cafe group exhibit
The Art House cafe have consistently displays a wide variety of beautiful local art on their walls (including some of mine!) and at a ongoing rotation.
Group exhibit: On going
Location: 555 Somerset St W., Ottawa, ON
Hours: Monday through Saturday 10am to 10pm, Sunday 10am to 5pm.
For all additional information or inquiries,
please contact email@example.com
PERMANENT INSTALLATION ON BEE HOUSES
APIVERTE is a local company on a mission to improve the lives of honeybees through innovative products that make beekeeping accessible to all. Residents can take part in community supported agriculture (CSA) by purchasing shares of premium, small batch, geo-located and personalized honey. (https://apiverte.ca/)
My work is located on a bee house at Juniper farm, in Wakefield, QC.
Illumnaata “All Together”
Ottawa School of Art’s Community Mural Celebration
Illunaata, meaning “all together” in Inuktituk, is a celebration of Canadian imagery and community through the medium of paint. To mark this momentous year, The Ottawa School of Art (OSA) partnered with Ottawa 2017, Ottawa Community Housing (OCH), and the Embassy of Imagination (EOI) to create a series of murals that are universally accessible, promote diversity, respect, positivity, and speak to OSA’s motto, “Teaching Art to everyone” by sharing art with everyone!
I was so honoured to be asked to lead one of the murals for this project. Thank-you to my assistant, Jasmine, and to the youth from the neighborhood for all your hard work in helping me paint this wall. A special thanks to the Ottawa School of Art and the Lowertown community for giving me this opportunity and to my partner in crime for helping me paint, carry, and push my scaffolding around!
Thank-you to friends, family, and community members and representatives for coming to the unveiling, I had a wonderful time! …And for the cake, the cake was delicious 😛
145 Beausoleil Drive!