Pictured "Yellow Alcove" by Kenneth Emig.
on November 2, 2020
25 artists in Ottawa-Gatineau have earned the inaugural SAW Prize for New Works.
Artists and makers from Ottawa-Gatineau and the surrounding First Nations were invited to submit their applications for this production program, which will lead to public presentations at SAW in 2021.
When SAW reopens to the public, the winners will gain access to the centre’s various spaces for rehearsals and testing out new ideas, including its exhibition spaces, the Nordic Lab screenprinting and production studios, and the Club SAW performance venue.
The SAW Prize is geared toward artists who wish to expand their practice and explore new ideas during an extended period. This program is a rare opportunity for local artists to create new works with financial and organizational support. The winners each receive an artist fee of $1,500, a contribution of $500 toward equipment and/or materials, and access to SAW staff and office resources, including technical assistance. The winners have a period of six months to complete their projects.
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The Exhibition Colour Break has been featured in an article by a Montenegro based outlet. Click the link below to see the article!
Thank you to the Great Waterway team for joining us at the gallery last week and highlighting Oeno Gallery as a winter escape destination.
Tanya Lyons work "Two for Tea" was awarded second place in Room Magazine's annual cover contest.
Raised in a multi-lingual environment in Brussels, multi-disciplinary artist Alice Teichert is best known for her abstract paintings and mixed media works that explore the formal and suggestive potential of language. Decipher illustrates that the brain is always on, never off, and a universe infinitely in formation.
Sculptor Shayne Dark is taking part in a year long sculpture exhibit at the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens.
Artist Mariel Waddell was featured in Invaluable's fall picks for extraordinary wedding gifts with her Ripple Wave Bowl series. Follow the link below to see the article.
Here are some latest exhibits featuring the work of artist Susan Collett.
Integrating new paintings with older works on paper and a large-scale sculptural installation, Decipher traces Teichert’s interest in abstraction, typography and the interstices between the literary and visual arts.