Next Art Mags Morning: November 24
We’re planning more Art Mags Mornings this fall. Not exactly by popular demand, but we just want to give ourselves a break and read. Join us if you like!
Next Art Mags Morning is November 24th. Please RSVP by November 23.
If less than 2 people sign up, we will cancel! Please RSVP email@example.com
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new fall magazines!
RIA Salon 85: Lori Victor: Japan
Hello Japan! – A Subjective Look at Contemporary Art in Japan,
from April 28th to May 21st, 2018
Wednesday, November 7th, and Friday, November 9th, 2018 – 7.30 PM Sorry, there are no more seats available for either night.
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CCCC Study group –Meeting 10 Carmel Whittle
This will be our third session on Decolonization/Reconciliation, facilitated by Carmel Whittle.
Wednesday, November 21, 2018
2:00P.M. – 4:00P.M.
At Gallery 101 280 Catherine St. Ottawa.
Everyone welcome, Admission: $ 10.00
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Find readings HERE
The RIA Artist Project Room in 2018: Keywords for Change
Exhibitions around Keywords for Change are even more ad hoc than previous projects. The Collins Dictionary definition of ad hoc reads:
“An ad-hoc activity or organization is done or formed only because a situation has made it necessary and is not planned in advance.”
The “situation” is Climate Change, which has created the overriding urgency to come together and combine skills to minimize its causes and slow down its effects. “What needs to be done, and what (if anything) can artists do?” is a central question at RIA this year. The Capitalism, Colonialism and Climate Change (CCCC) study group tackles these issues through discussions of texts, art works and installations. Anyone can join this group, at any time, whether you are able to attend the meetings on the third Wednesday of the month, or not. There is a separate email list for the CCCC studygroup. If you’d like to join it and receive their updates, lists of resources etc., please email email@example.com
“Art Comes Home: RIA’s First Ten Years,” is the working title of a writing project that I am embarking on. It will be a reflective essay on our experiences with RIA’s first ten years, seen within a larger context of home-based culture.
I am happy to announce that I received a project grant (2018) for this endeavor from the Cultural Funding Support Section of the City of Ottawa! Thank you Ottawa! (Petra Halkes)
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