Saturday September 19, 6:30 pm - Sunday September 20, 4:20 am

Photo: Rémi Thériault


Lynne Cohen: Her Life and Legacy

Saturday September 12, from 10 am to 4 pm | Registration is required

Image: Lynne Cohen, Untitled, 2013, Chromogenic print on paper, 137X157 cm., Courtesy of Andrew Lugg and Olga Korper Gallery, Toronto.

Join us for a day-long commemorative symposium in honour of Lynne Cohen, her life’s work and her contributions as an artist and educator. 

Please note that this event is taking place at the University of Ottawa
Faculty of Social Sciences Building, Room 4007, located at 120 University Private, Ottawa

This is a free event but registration is required. Contact Marie-Renée Vial: or 613 233-8699 +228. 

Register by Monday, September 7


Terrors of the Breakfast Table: An interactive video installation by Tyler Tekatch

June 5 – September 20, 2015

Tyler Tekatch, Terrors of the Breakfast Table [Terreurs à la table du petit déjeuner], 2014, video still, interactive video / images vidéo, installation vidéo interactive. Collection of the Art Gallery of Hamilton / Collection de la Galerie d’art de Hamilton.
Opening reception: June 4, 5:30 pm


June 5 – September 20, 2015

Lynne Cohen, Spa, 1991, gelatin silver print / épreuve à la gélatine argentique, ed. 2/5, 73 x 92.7 cm.  Collection of the Ottawa Art Gallery / Collection de la Galerie d’art d’Ottawa : Gift of the artist / don de l’artiste, 2003.

Ottawa Selects: Selections from the Firestone Collection of Canadian Art

January 17, 2015 - ongoing

OAG Annex at City Hall, 110 Laurier Ave. West
Free admission. Wheelchair accessible. Parking available.

Ottawa Selects showcases artwork from the Firestone Collection of Canadian Art, chosen by celebrities and high profile individuals associated with the Ottawa area. The breadth and diversity of this significant collection which spans the modern period (1880s-1980s) is highlighted through a variety of artists, media, subject matter and styles, including Group of Seven landscapes, vibrant abstracts, dynamic cityscapes and figurative works by Marcelle Ferron, Claude Picher, Molly Bobak and more.