La Petite Mort Gallery presents...
FIVE DAY EXHIBIT
July 16-22, 2010
Vernissage: Friday July 16, 2010 / 7-10pm | 306 Cumberland Street
a night above/ground: Irwin, Anstee + McCann
at the Carleton Tavern, 233 Armstrong (at Parkdale)
lovingly hosted by rob mclennan
Friday, July 16; doors 7pm; readings 7:30pm
On Friday, July 16 at 8 p.m., past mayors, players and media darlings will come back to life as the Ottawa Storytellers get the historical debate rolling. The Storytellers will lead the event but will be relying on public participation to fight out all sides of the city’s development through time.
2100 Cabot St., Ottawa| Admission: $10
For more information call 613-247-4830 or visit ottawa.ca/museums
Dawn Sandey: Solo Show
70 plus paintings and installations
July 15th to 31st 2010.
Meet the Artist: Saturday, July 17th. 12 to 6 pm.
Patrick John Mills Contemporary Fine Art Gallery | 286 Hinchey Ave. Ottawa
BLINK Gallery presents PETRA HALKES & JOYCE WESTROP, "TIRELESS"
Exhibition continues Friday, July 16 – Tuesday, July 20, 12 – 5 pm
SPECIAL EVENT -- Saturday, July 17, 12 – 5 pm
In conjunction with the theme of the exhibition, the artists have mounted a truck tire on a stand outside Header House. On Saturday afternoon they will invite guests to print their own souvenirs by pressing a card onto an inked section of The Tire.
Located at Header House in Major’s Hill Park (across from the National Gallery of Canada at the foot of the Alexandra Bridge – look for the little stone building)
The Power Plant + Pleasure Dome present Animal Drag Kingdom, an Outdoor Screening @ 401 Richmond St.West Courtyard, Sat, July 17, 9pm
Works by Douglas Gordon, Kristin Lucas, Guy Ben-Ner, Kathy High, Steve Reinke & Jessie Mott and others
$8/ 5 Members + students
(Rain date: Sunday, July 18, 9pm)
Ceprano provides a Balanced Rock Sculpture project at Remic Rapids each summer season in collaboration with the National Capital Commission.
The following venues of entertainment will be provided upon site on Saturday, July 17, 2010
Ay 11 a.m., Laura Astwood & The Ottawa Stilt Union will perform "The Girl Who Was Eaten By the Dark."
The Ottawa Stilt Union is a bilingual group of artists committed to bringing the magical and the unexpected into the daily lives of people in the National Capital Region through the creation and performance of stilt-based theatre works and through the teaching of workshops in that art form.
At 7 p.m., Jesse Stewart and Deborah Danbrook provide a musical collaboration, equally unique and exciting.
Deborah Danbrook performed upon site in 2009, with Natasha Royka Dance co., "From the Soul: Peace". Deborah creates a unique and delicate sound with the Japanese Shakuhachi flute. Jesse also performed upon site in 2009, the title of his performance was "Music for Stone and Water", providing his own hand crafted stone instruments as well as his custom crafted 'Waterphone.'
Remic Rapids Park is located on the Western Parkway, between the Parkdale and Island Park Dr., and is directly across the parkway from Tuney's Pasture.
Boutique Arthena-art&écodesign in Chelsea is having a birds theme for summer: come and see the artworks by local artists, the watercolours by Sally Lee Sheeks (pictured: becasseau pattes vertes), the wire sculptures by Lisa Brunetta, the inks by Anamaria Gomez-Upegui. And this Sunday, July 18th from 1pm to 4pm, the artist Sally Lee Sheeks will take you for a guided tour of her work and an art demonstration. Free of charge and open to everyone.
Arthena - art & écodesign 205, Chemin Old Chelsea Chelsea (Québec)
Galerie Old Chelsea is pleased to invite you to an exhibition, "WOOD'N INK," by Ted Johnston
16 July to 04 August 2010
Vernissage: Sunday 18 July 1 to 4pm
Galerie Old Chelsea, 10 Chemin Scott, QC
Rev up your engines and cruise over to the Vintage Car Show at the Cumberland Heritage Village Museum this Sunday, July 18. Vehicle enthusiasts are invited to spend the day sharing stories and exploring the museum. Kids can get revved up for the outdoor games, activities, and the museum’s new Discovery Zone displaying simple machinery.
Re-fuel at the barbeque, compliments of the Cumberland Lions Club, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Location: 2940 Old Montreal Road
When: Sunday, July 18 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Admission: $7 for adults, $5 for students and seniors, and $18 for the whole family
For more information call 613-833-3059 or visit ottawa.ca/museums