One Night Only Exhibit
'There's a Wild Within Me' / New Drawings on Paper
VERNISSAGE: Friday January 28, 2011 / 7-10pm
Tunes by Big Mac Daddy
Proudly sponsored by CKCU 93.1FM
In today’s society we have moved so far away from our animalistic selves... we shave off body hair, accessorize our bodies, layer clothing over top, it is all a facade that detracts from our true mammalian selves. Although we have tried so hard to differentiate ourselves from the animal kingdom, our actions often betray these efforts. Instincts come from the very domain that we claim to reign over, and more often than not when a human acts in a way that is disapproved by society, we link it to a base animalistic trait. While Balestreri focuses on this idea of man and animal being inexplicably linked, her artistry creates a wonderful flux between the two.
span-o (the small press action network - ottawa) presents:
ottawater #7 reading & launch;
Ottawa's annual pdf poetry journal
published every January at www.ottawater.com
with previous issues archived
lovingly edited, published & hosted by rob mclennan
lovingly designed by Tanya Sprowl, phivedesign.com
FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 2010
doors 7pm, readings 7:30;
with as many contributors as will fit in the building;
The Carleton Tavern, upstairs
223 Armstrong Street (at Parkdale), Ottawa
La Petite Mort Gallery <http://www.lapetitemortgallery.com> presents "not
Group Exhibit Demonstrating a Younger Point of View on the World
Curated by JANELLE BOSSÉ
JANUARY 29 – FEBRUARY 2, 2011
VERNISSAGE: SATURDAY JAN 29 / 7-10PM
Beats dropped by DJ Afro-Slam
Live Slam Poetry Reading by Victoria Tsonos
Photo Credit Mico Mazza
Window Art courtesy of Adam Black
In association with De La Salle French Public High School
Sponsored by CKCU 93.1 FM & MERCURY
306 Cumberland Street
Friday and Saturday
The Ottawa Art Gallery marks the end of the exhibition thelivingeffect with
three closing weekend events.
Join us on Friday 28 January and Saturday 29 January!
Talk with Artist Nell Tenhaaf
Friday 28 January from 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm
Exhibition Walkthrough with guest Curator Caroline Seck Langill
Saturday 29 January from 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm
Refreshments, Saturday 29 January from 1:30 pm to 2 pm
Saturday 29 January from 2 pm to 4 pm
FUNDING PARTNER: Access Copyright
For more information, please contact Public and Educational Programs
Manager Véronique Couillard at 613-233-8699, ext. 228 or
The Ottawa Art Gallery <http://www.ottawaartgallery.ca> 2 Daly Avenue
In conjunction with the current exhibition “David Rokeby: Very Nervous System,” Carleton University Art Gallery invites you to a solo baritone saxophone performance and qigong performance by David Mott on Saturday 29 January 2011, at 3:00 p.m.
David Mott has been called the “Chopin of the bari sax” and in 1995 was named Best Jazz Baritone Saxophonist by “Jazz Report Magazine.” His music crosses the boundaries of style, form and content, from new jazz to classical, improvised to interpretive, from solo baritone saxophone to orchestral.
The event is free, and free parking is available everywhere on campus.
Carleton University Art Gallery is located in the St. Patrick's Building, at the north end of the campus, labeled "SP" on the online campus map. P6 is the parking lot closest to the gallery.
MOVIEGOERS GET SECOND CHANCE TO WATCH BEST FILMS FROM THE OTTAWA INTERNATIONAL ANIMATION FESTIVAL 2010
The Canadian Film Institute (CFI) is giving moviegoers a second chance to view the best films featured at the 2010 Ottawa International Animation Festival (OIAF). The CFI is presenting the Best of the OIAF, which is currently touring at various venues in Canada and around the world with a stop in Ottawa, Ontario on January 29, 2011. The Best of Ottawa program showcases films that were awarded top honours from the Festival’s official competition as well as films that were audience favourites.
“The program is a great opportunity to view films that you may have missed during our 2010 packed out edition or even just get a chance to enjoy the films again,” said OIAF Managing Director Kelly Neall.
The program includes extraordinary films such as: David O’Reilly’s 2010 Grand Prize-winning, The External World; the pulsating metamorphic madness of Andreas Hykade’s, Love & Theft; Dustin Grella’s deeply moving and brilliantly executed award-winning film, Prayers for Peace; the heart-thumping tale of Sinna Mann (Angry Man) by Anita Killi; and the snap crackling goodness of Masaki Okuda's, Kuchao (A Gum Boy).
Be warned though, several of the films are sexually explicit. This is not a program to bring the kids or your mother to.
The screening of the Best of the OIAF in Ottawa happens at 7 p.m. on January 29, 2011 at the Library and Archives Canada (395 Wellington Street at Bay). Free parking is available on the west side of the building. Admission is $8.00 for CFI members, seniors and students, and $12.00 for the general public. Annual CFI memberships are available at the door for $15.00. For more information, call: (613) 232-8769 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The map is here: http://www2.carleton.ca/campus/
Monday, 31 January 2011
The Mercury Lounge (top floor)
56 Byward Market Sq.
Tickets $10 at the door
Doors at 6:30pm
Drawing from 7-10pm
Prizes provided by Wallack's and Baby Tattoo Books.
We start off the new year with high heels and dog collars, sometimes
on the same model. Cheeky clergy and holy hussies take the stage to
bring us equal parts scandal and salvation, devotion and depravity,
all in the name of good, clean naughty fun.
And why should the models have all the fun? Get out your cassock or
fishnets (or both) and tart up for this one. Best dressed gets a prize
from our newest sponsor, Baby Tattoo Books!
Dr. Sketchy's is what happens when cabaret meets art school; bring
pencil and pad and we'll bring you the most beautiful, extraordinary
and outrageous models for your sketching delight. Join us for an
evening of art and opulence. Questions, concerns or expressions of joy
about this event? Wish to be added to the mailing list? E-mail us at
drsketchyottawa AT gmail.com or find us on Facebook.
Anytime at all!
Stay Warm During Winterlude!
The Bytown Museum is pleased to offer a FREE hot beverage (coffee, tea, hot chocolate or hot apple cider) with every paid admission during Winterlude.
During Winterlude, the Bytown Museum is open Tuesday to Sunday from 11:00am to 4:00pm. Located mere steps from the Rideau Canal Skateway, the Museum is easily accessible by staircase off Wellington Street or via the pedestrian ramp near the National Art Centre (NAC).
“Enjoy one of the most picturesque sites in the city and stay warm with a complimentary hot beverage,” said Mike Steinhauer, Director of the Bytown Museum. A free hot beverage is served with every paid admission.
Travel through time and explore the stories that shaped Bytown and early Ottawa. From the arrival of Lieutenant-Colonel John By and the construction of the Rideau Canal to the naming of Ottawa as the nation’s capital, the permanent exhibits will introduce you to the people and the objects that helped build our great city.
Six-Language Audio-Tour included with admission: English, French, Spanish, German, Mandarin and Japanese.