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17 Apr
 
ACC Fundraising Concert @ G101 | Concert-bénéfice du CCA @ G101 (by Gallery 101)
The Aboriginal Curatorial Collective (ACC) presents a night of music, art, and fun. The event is in support of the ACC Micro-mentorship Program, connecting emerging aboriginal curators with established mentors across Canada. 

At Gallery 101, 51 Young Street, Suite B, Ottawa.
Friday April...
The Aboriginal Curatorial Collective (ACC) presents a night of music, art, and fun. The event is in support of the ACC Micro-mentorship Program, connecting emerging aboriginal curators with established mentors across Canada. 

At Gallery 101, 51 Young Street, Suite B, Ottawa.
Friday April 17, 7pm.
$10. Cash bar. 

Featuring a live art auction with works graciously donated by aboriginal artists, and music by: 

Arthur Renwick: 
http://www.reverbnation.com/arthurrenwick

Melody McKiver:
http://www.melodymckiver.com/

Carmel Whittle:
http://elizabethrileyband.com/ 

Last chance to see the exhibition Sapsucker Sounds with the presence of the artist Annie Dunning at the event.

Sapsucker Sounds is an installation of objects and interactive sound sculptures that offer an opportunity to experience sound generated by a conflation of human and woodpecker culture. Come experience it!
http://www.anniedunning.com/sapsuckersounds.html
http://www.g101.ca/exhibits/sapsucker-sounds

Annie Dunning wishes to gratefully acknowledge the support of the Ontario Arts Councils' Chalmers Professional Development Grant Program.

Gallery 101 gratefully acknowledges the support of the City of Ottawa, the Ontario Arts Council, and the Canada Council for the Arts. Gallery 101 thanks the Asinabka: Film & Media Arts Festival, Niigaan: In Conversation, our members, volunteers, partners, and all our relations. 
 

Le Collectif des commissaires autochtones est fier d’organiser une soirée-bénéfice qui réunira plusieurs artistes contemporains. Un événement à ne manquer au profit du programme de micro mentorat, permettant aux jeunes conservateurs émergents d’être jumelés à des mentors, afin de promouvoir l’art autochtone dans les musées partout au Canada. 

À la Galerie 101, 51 B rue Young, Ottawa
vendredi 17 avril à 19 heures
Admission 10$. Service de bar (argent comptant seulement). 

Une vente aux enchères d’œuvres d’art offert gracieusement par des artistes autochtones aura lieu en direct. Le CCA accueillera:

Arthur Renwick :
http://www.reverbnation.com/arthurrenwick

Melody McKiver :
http://www.melodymckiver.com/

Carmel Whittle :
http://elizabethrileyband.com/

Une dernière chance de voir l’exposition Sapsucker Sounds avec la présence de l’artiste d’Annie Dunning au  l’événement.

Sapsucker Sounds est une installation d'objets et de sculptures sonores interactives qui permet de découvrir les sons produits par la fusion de la culture humaine et celle du pic. Faites l’expérience!
http://www.anniedunning.com/sapsuckersounds.html
http://www.g101.ca/fr/exhibits/sapsucker-sounds

Annie Dunning tient à remercier le Conseil des arts de l'Ontario qui a appuyé ce projet par le biais d'une Subvention Chalmers de perfectionnement professionnel.

La Galerie 101 remercie la ville d'Ottawa, le Conseil des arts de l'Ontario et le Conseil des arts du Canada pour leur généreux soutien financier. La Galerie 101 remercie Asinabka : Film & Media Arts Festival, Niigaan : In Conversation, nos membres, ses partenaires, ses bénévoles et toutes ses relations. 
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