The School of Dance, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Photo by Lawrence Cook


Gallery 200

Gallery 200 is a curated public gallery in an educational setting adding a contemporary, visual art component to the multi-disciplinary experience The School offers to students and public alike. It acts as a bridge between The School of Dance and Ottawa's visual art's community, focusing on innovative, contemporary work in a variety of media.

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Located on the second floor of The School of Dance, Gallery 200 is open from Monday to Friday, 10 am to 8 pm, Saturday, 9 am to 5 pm, Sunday closed; open by request.

 

Visitors should pick up a Gallery 200 pass from the main office.

 

For more information contact The School of Dance.

 

Gallery 200 is CLOSED December 23 to January 3.

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Currently On Exhibit

Currently On Exhibit

 

 

 

 

 

Wear Your Art On Your Sleeve

 

Wear Your Art On Your Sleeve, Radically transformed eyeglasses, Zena’s little sister Flora’s garden armour, a cape of crows...and the simply lovely. 12 dynamic Ottawa artists rose to the challenge of creating wearable art for this fun and beautiful exhibit at Gallery 200.

 

The show runs from November 17, 2016 until January 17, 2017.

 

Gallery 200 is situated on the second floor of the School of Dance, 200 Crichton Street, Ottawa.

 

Artists:

Artresse (Danielle Beaulieu, Virginia Dupuis, Maureen Rooney Mitchell)

Suzanne Caron-Richer

Maggie Glossop

Sandy Goldsmith

Charlynne Lafontaine

Diane Lemire

Zoe Lianga

Marie France Nitski

Susan Rennick Jolliffe

Frances Taylor

 

Upcoming Exhibition

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Previous Exhibitions

  1. October 4 to November 14, 2016, Holding Colour.
    Holding Colour by Deborah Margo
  2. May 14 to October 1, 2016, The White Show.
    A group show with works based on the idea of 'White' curated by Maryse Maynard.
  3. March 10 to May 2, 2016, A photographic exhibition by Jim Cochrane, with paintings by Luke Cochrane
  4. January 19 to March 8, 2016, The Mask of Ages By Vasile Mosanu
  5. November 27 2015 - January 17, 2016, Elemental, Paintings by Carl Ruttan
  6. October 17 - November 20, 2015, Text & Context When Arts Meet, Meanings Seed, Roberta Huebener, Susan McMaster, John Gordon Armstrong.
  7. June 18th – September 20th, 2015, Through This Looking Glass, Photographs from Uganda, Beth Ross and Jill Sobcov.
  8. May 10th - June 7th, 2015, Two Perspectives – Deux Perspectives, Marie-France Gosselin, Pat Caffery
  9. March 29 - April 26, 2015, Multi-Media exhibition by Lori Coulter
  10. January 28 - March 22, 2015, BEACH Memories of Nova Scotia a photography and multi-media exhibition by Bea Solyom
  11. December 7, 2014 - January 18, 2015, Between Heaven and Earth by Cynthia O'Brien.
  12. October 14 - November 22, 2014, A luminous installation by Lawrence J. Cook.
  13. September 29 - October 9, 2014 "Images from TSOD's Dragonfly programme inspired by young people with Down Syndrome."
  14. June 12 - September 27, 2014, Time Eternal by Neera Huckvale
  15. May 10 - June 3, 2014, "Robertson Robertson" an exhibit of oil paintings by artist, Erin Robertson & her son.
  16. March 4 - April 20, 2014, "Synthesis II", a travelling exhibit that combines the work of 16 Canadian members of Studio Art Quilt Associates
  17. January 19 - February 28, 2014, "Magic From A Different Mind", Paintings by the residents of the Perley Rideau, curated by artist-in-residence, Beth Ross.
  18. November 10, 2013 - January 15, 2014: “Proliferation” by Inter-disciplinary artist Yvonne Weigers
  19. June 5 - October 30, 2013: “The Journey Itself Is Home” by multi-media artist Audrey Greyeyes
  20. April 27 - May 25, 2013: “His & Hers” by multi-media artists Maurice Martin and Lori Coulter
  21. March 18 - April 25, 2013: “Dress Rehearsal” by fibre artist Neera Huckvale
  22. February 11 - March 15, 2013: “After Kathleen” by photographer Lawrence J. Cook
  23. November 5, 2012 - January 15, 2013: “Moments” by photographer Gilles Vézina
  24. April 21, 2012 - October 15, 2012: "Signs of Intelligent Life" by Ottawa artist Maryse Maynard
The School of Dance is a registered, non-profit charitable, educational organization currently celebrating its 38th anniversary season.