Gallery 101 will be closed for renovations from June - November 2019 (exact dates TBA). Staff will continue to monitor email and phone messages, from off site. Please stay tuned to our website and social media for ad hoc summer programming.

    Should you have any questions or concerns please contact
    Laura Margita, Gallery 101 Director


    Gallery 101 gratefully acknowledges the Trillium Foundation, the City of Ottawa, the Ontario Arts Council and the Canada Council for the Arts. Gallery 101 thanks our members, volunteers and supporters. G101 honours and respects the original people of the territory we currently occupy: unceded and  unsurrendered Anishnaabe-Aki who have been living  and working on this land since time immemorial. 

  • Gallery 101 and Wabano Call for Indigenous Human Trafficking Awareness Artshow


    Are you an Inuit, Métis or First Nations artist interested in creating or showing art for an Indigenous human trafficking awareness art show?

    Click here for an application form. Applications are due November 30th 2019. Artist Application Guidelines are below.

    If you have any questions, contact Gallery 101 Director/ Curator Laura Margita: (613)230-2799, or see below for our information drop-in times and contacts.




    Gallery 101 and the Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health, with support from Tungasuvvingat Inuit and Minwaashin Lodge are looking for local art to showcase at an Indigenous human trafficking awareness art show.

    This exhibition will bring Indigenous artists together with settlers and new immigrants to address and unpack difficult topics around human trafficking and the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, and Two-Spirited People Final Report. G101 supports diversity and freedom of expression, and therefore we invite local Indigenous artists from all walks of life to submit proposals and art ideas for this project.

    The exhibition will run from March 7- April 4 2020 at Gallery 101.  It will include several roundtable discussions with some of the Indigenous organizations currently working on this crisis in Ottawa. Artists will be invited to participate in these discussions as well as to speak about their own art work in the exhibition.

    Discussion groups about the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, and Two-Spirited People Final Report will be held at our partner organizations and Gallery 101 in the months leading up to the show. More info to come.




    Applicants must self-identify as First Nations, Métis or Inuit

    We are looking for all kinds of art: from traditional ways of making, performance, multimedia, installation, typography, print-making, painting, photography, sculpture, audio recordings, storytelling, and so on.

    Funding will be available to selected artists to produce new work. Each selected artist will be paid CARFAC recommended exhibition fees.

    Please submit an application form and examples of your work in person at designated drop-ins, or online by November 30th 2019.

    A selections committee will select work for the art show.
    All applicants will be contacted by December 13th.
    The art show will run from March 7 - April 4 2020 at Gallery 101.

    Drop-in sessions will be held to assist applicants with completing their application forms and to answer any questions.  We will also be taking phone calls during drop-in hours for those who can't make it in.

    Drop-in times and contacts:

    299 Montreal Rd
    Drop-in: every Tuesday Oct 15 -Nov 26 1:30 - 3:30 PM
    Casey Hunley  (613) 748-0657 Ext. 205

    604 Laurier Ave West
    Drop-in: Nov 6, 12, & 14, 1:00-2:00 PM
    Jennisha Wilson  (613) 295-0866

    100- 1155 Lola St
    Drop-in: Nov 6 & 12, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    Kayla Spagnoli (613) 741-5590

    GALLERY 101
    280 Catherine St
    Drop-in: Oct 23, Nov 6 & 20, 5:00-7:00 PM
    Laura Margita (613) 230-2799


  • Apt613 Review Gatherers


  • Apt613 Review of Republic of the Other


  • MIdweek Mugging: Gallery 101


    Each week, features a local business doing interesting things in the community through its 'Mid-Week Mugging.' 

    Gallery 101 was selected for June 20, 2018

    La Galerie 101 remercie sincèrement la ville d’Ottawa, le Conseil des arts de l’Ontario (un organisme du gouvernement de l’Ontario) et le Conseil des arts du Canada pour leur soutien financier. La Galerie 101 remercie Asinabka : Film & Media Arts Festival, ses membres, bénévoles, partenaires et toutes ses relations.

  • G101 Relocation Update


    Dear Friends, Members, Volunteers, Partners, Participating Artists and all our Relations:

    G101 has recently moved from its location at 51B Young Street. We are retro fitting an exciting new space. 

    As with many renovations, it is going to take a bit more time to open our fabulous new facility. We are looking forward to sharing the new space and our exemplary programming once we are up and running again.

    Please note that during the renovations you can contact or leave a message at 613-230-2799.

    We are looking forward to a great spring at G101 and to once again bring you museum quality exhibits, exciting workshops and events.

    Please watch for our updates! 

    Gallery 101 gratefully acknowledges the support of our Board of Directors, the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario, the City of Ottawa, the Ontario Arts Council (an agency of the government of Ontario), and the Canada Council for the Arts. Gallery 101 thanks the Asinabka Film & Media Arts Festival, our members, volunteers, partners, and all our relations.

  • Expropriation- G101 moves out just ahead of destruction!





  • Animal Spirits: Three artists reflect on the natural world





  • Une édition limitée d'une affiche risographique


    Une édition limitée d’une affiche risographique conçue par Whess Harman.

    Disponible pour achat à la Galerie 101 durant l'exhibition de Langage de Percement  

    20 $ en espèces ou transfert électronique



  • Inventaire du langage avant fermeture