La Petite Mort Gallery presents...
One Night Only Exhibit
ANGELINA MCCORMICK & GAELYN EYRE
"Interior Spaces" / New Photographic Works
Vernissage: Friday November 26, 2010/ 7-10pm
306 Cumberland St
JazzWorks and Cube Gallery present...
A Jazz Soirée
Friday 26 November 2010
Amidst dynamic artworks by Gerald Trottier, JazzWorks faculty members John Geggie (double bass) and Frank Lozano (saxophone) present their own superb palette including the Great American Songbook and legendary jazz compositions.
Doors open: 7:30 pm
Music begins 8:15 pm
Cube Gallery: 1285 Wellington St. W.
Tickets: Tel.: 613.523.0316 email:
$30 / cash bar
An evening for art lovers and jazz lovers to celebrate the finer things in life.
Organized in support of JazzWorks jazz education programs. Learn more at
www.jazzworkscanada.com Friday, November 26, 2010 at 8:00 pm
St. Matthias Anglican Church
555 Parkdale Avenue
Ottawa Featuring works by: W.A. Mozart, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Alfred Schehl, Frederick Silver, James Wright and others Conductor: Jean-Sébasatien Allaire Contact: 613-520-5770 or 613-523-5317
An Evening of Poetry & Music with Robert Priest & guests in The A B Series
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2010
Show starts at 7:30pm
Doors open at 7:00pm
The Mercury Lounge
56 ByWard Market Square La Petite Mort Gallery presents... One Night Only Exhibit
CRUSH / A Series of Intimate Photographs
Vernissage: Saturday November 27, 2010/ 7-10pm
Tunes by Big Mac Daddy Contemporary Canadian Jewellery: the 23rd Annual Exhibition November 27 to December 31, 2010 Holiday celebration: Saturday, November 27, 3 to 6pm. · Jewellery by over 50 gallery artists from across the country
· Precious metals and stones as well as non-traditional materials
· One of a kind pieces
· For women and men – to give or receive Gallery hours: Monday to Saturday 10-6; Sunday 12-5. Lafrenière & Pai Gallery
13 Murray Street
Saturday & Sunday
This Craft Fair is in support of the Ottawa Humane Society and held annually on the last weekend in Nov. This year’s show is on NOV 27 & 28 at the Stittsville Arena, 10 Warner-Colpitts Lane from 10 AM to 4 PM both days. If you are looking for gifts with originality, quality and attention to detail then this is the show to visit. You will find paintings ,hand crafted jewellery, stoneware pottery, ceramics, stained glass hockey players and other sports figures, scale model wooden trucks, handmade leather gifts, wall tapestry, quilts. and much more. The items for sale range in value from the small stocking stuffer to the high quality wall tapestry and oil painting. The Ottawa Humane Society has a booth where they feature handcrafted gifts for dogs and cats. All crafts at this show are handmade and not imported for resale. There is no admission fee and the upper hall is wheelchair accessible.
For more information about the show contact Gord at 613-592-4376.
The Red Trillium studio tour takes place this weekend November 27, 28 from 10am until 5pm in West Carleton. For more info go to www.redtrilliumst.com
Arts by the Rideau
3rd Annual Show and Sale
Sunday November 28
10 - 4pm
Rideau Tennis Club
1 Donald Street
IN MOURNING OF
CINDY STELMACKOWICH ARTIST TALK:
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 2010
PATRICK MIKHAIL GALLERY is pleased to present an artist talk with Ottawa artist CINDY STELMACKOWICH in which she discusses her new body of work entitled IN MOURNING OF. First previewed at Art Toronto 2010 from October 28 to November 1, this solo exhibition of powerful and poignant new works continues the artist’s exploration of the cultural attitudes that surrounded death, the body, and disease during the Victorian age. Exhibition images and installation views are now available on the PATRICK MIKHAIL GALLERY website. Please visit:
136 St. Patrick Street, Ottawa JEAN JEWER
W h o o s h ARTIST TALK (in English):
Sunday, November 28 at 2 p.m.
All welcome. Free of charge. Exhibition continues until January 9, 2011 Karsh-Masson Gallery
Open Wednesday to Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Free admission. Wheelchair accessible.
Patrick Gordon Framing is tickled pink to announce the second annual Idle Hands craft sale! A unique holiday gift sale of local handmade items. Something for everyone, naughty and nice. Date: Sunday November 28th. Time: 10am - 5:00pm. We will be raising money for Lady Evelyn Alternative School. We have amazing loot up for raffle from all our vendors as well as art work from Danny Hussey, Ian Roy, gift certificates from Social Restaurant and Lounge, Eighteen, Hush and Patrick Gordon Framing just to name a few. Many of our great crafters will be returning with new creations and we will be joined by some new talent as well. We are looking forward to seeing you at the show! It is a great opportunity to buy quality, one of a kind, handmade holiday gifts for those on your list or perhaps find a few things for yourself. Or just come and be inspired to make some gifts of your own! Patrick
160 Elm Street (by the new and improved City Centre)
Any time at all!
"Festive Frolic" November 22 - December 24, 2010
Tay Gallery Kanata presents a group exhibition featuring many small and seasonal paintings - perfect for gift-giving. Featuring works by Heather Assaf, Karen Goetzinger, Martha Markowsky, Shirley Mancino, Monika Seidenbusch, Paulette Sauve, Anne Barkley, Elizabeth Elkin, Charles Spratt, J. Allison Robichaud, Stephen Rothwell, Maureen Sheridan, J. T. Winik, Kathy Haycock, Marianna Mikhaylyan. Tricia Savoie, John Stevenson and others.
471 Hazeldean Road, Kanata ON