Oh so Good Desserts, 201 Richmond Rd.
1 November – 8 January
Yannick Beauvalet, Doris Pavelich, Peter Warser, Janet Capling, Ross Rheame, Stephen Thorne, Bruno Schlumberger, Mike Vuckovic.
SPAO, Red Wall Gallery, 168 Dalhousie
To mid December: Op Ed,work by Second Year Students.
12 December, 1-6 pm, Print Sale by SPAO Students
Shows Continuing from Previous Months
This is Now: Additions to the City of Ottawa Art Collection
This year’s accessions feature the work of many photographers, including some from the RA Photo Club like Glenn Bloodworth, Abigail Gossage and Freeman Keats, at 3 galleries:
Trinity Gallery, Shenkman Centre, 28 November – 4 January
Atrium Gallery, Ben Franklin Place, 1 December – 5 January
Karsh Masson Gallery, City Hall, 10 December – 17 January
Check here for the specifics including times of opening receptions.
Opening remarks by Mayor Watson at the City Hall Reception: Thursday, Dec. 17, 5:30-7:30 p.m. Check the web site for specifics including times of other opening receptions.
Performing History, Performing Heritage – Photos of the E B Eddy Complex
Carleton University Patterson Hall, 4th Floor (lobby of the History Department)
3 November – 15 December
Andrea Cordonier, Kim Elliott, Paul Harrison, Raymond Masse, Caje Rodriguez, Bill Woodley & others
Opening reception 3 November 6:30 pm
Disturbance: 6 Views of our Contemporary Landscape
Exposure Gallery, 1255 Wellington West (above Thyme & Again)
5 November – 30 December
Studio Zone V: Glenn Bloodworth, Freeman Keats, William McCloskey, Maureen Murphy, Richard Perron, Richard Robesco.
Vistek Gallery, 499 Bank St.
From 6 November
works by 6 SPAO students who have received the 2015 Canadian Applied Arts Award
Louis Helbig (last public appearance before moving to Australia)
public talk about Beautiful Destruction
University of Ottawa Hamelin Hall, 70 Laurier East.
19 November 7-9:30pm
For more information, check here.
The Unfinished Revolution
A Photo Exhibit by Samer Muscati
For more than five years, Human Rights Watch researcher Samer Muscati has been documenting some of humanity’s darkest acts, focusing his attention on the violation of the rights of women and girls around the world. Increasingly, he has explored photography’s capacity to expand our understanding of the plight and perseverance of others.
Gathering the testimony of his subjects is often harrowing, and Muscati has found the medium invaluable in processing his experience, and connecting with his subjects. This exhibition pulls together the highs and lows Muscati has borne witness to, offering a moving account of the shifting fates of women and girls in a period of profound global transition.
Opening Night Reception: Wednesday, November 4 | 5-7 PM
RSVP to Danielle Foster at email@example.com or 416-322-8448 by Friday, October 30, 2015.
University of Ottawa, Desmarais Building, Room 12102
55 Laurier Avenue East
Photography exhibition runs from Nov. 5, 2015 to Jan. 29, 2016
Human Rights Research and Education Centre, University of Ottawa
Fauteux Hall, Room 570 | 57 Louis Pasteur
Canadian Wildlife Photography of the Year
Canadian Museum of Nature, 240 McLeod
Until 20 March 2016
For more information, visit here.
For those of you planning a visit to Toronto, consider stopping at the Art Gallery of Ontario which is holding the AGO Year of Photography. The first shows are Anne Collier, 23 September – 10 January, as well the 4 finalists for the AIMIA photography prize, until January 2016.
Opening in March 2016 is a major show:
Outsiders – American Photography & Film 1950s – 1980s.
If you would like to ensure your upcoming photo show is included here, please advise Bill Woodley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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