Ottawa Art Gallery

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National Gallery of Canada

380 Sussex Drive, Ottawa Ontario Canada
(613) 990-1985

National Gallery of Canada The National Gallery of Canada is one of the world’s most respected art institutions, renowned for its exceptional collections, revered for its scholarship, and applauded for its unique ability to engage audiences of all ages and all levels of artistic knowledge. Created in 1880, the National Gallery of Canada is among […]

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1315 Gallery

1315 Wellington Steet West, Ottawa Ontario Canada
613 729 5281

1315 Gallery is 750 square feet of original artistry that highlights Ottawa’s own hidden talent. Located literally “underground”, in a 4000 square foot basement, the Gallery is stationed within the walls of the Weekend Reader, a walk-in outlet of new and used books. This massive venue supports our goal to eventually realize exhibits of over […]

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Gallery 7A

7-A Hamilton Ave. north, Ottawa Ontario Canada
613-729-3652

Gallery 7A is a contempoary art gallery in the heart of Hintonburg’s booming arts scene. We feature works by Ottawa’s best established and emerging artists. Aside from themed group and solo exhibits we also feature private event bookings and hosting as well as many other services.

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Ottawa Bagelshop and Deli

1321 Wellington Street, Ottawa Ontario Canada
(613) 722-8753

Fresh from the wood-burning oven to you – Ottawa Bagelshop Catering & Fine Foods, proud to be serving Ottawa since 1984. The Bagelshop is a proud supporter of local artists. The Bagelshop dining rooms are adorned with artwork that will make your time with us as pleasing for the eyes as it is for the […]

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Overkill (aka OK)

56 ByWard Market Square , Ottawa Ontario Canada

OVERKILL is an intelligent and radical inquiry into a fresh perspective on today’s nitelife. We tend toward dissent, provocation, revolt and secession from the mainstream, the casual and the banal. Our inspiration is drawn from the aesthetics, politics and ideas manifest in the scene from the 70s. & ’80′s.

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