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.
Located on the second floor of The School of Dance, Gallery 200 is open from Monday to Friday, 10 am to 9 pm, Saturday, 9 am to 5 pm,
Sunday closed; open by request.
Visitors should pick up a Gallery 200 pass from the main office.
Two Perspectives – Deux Perspectives is an exhibition by two artists whose work uses fibre and textiles to create contemporary art. Their approach to their art is from two different basis: Quilting and Embroidery.
My name is Marie-France Gosselin and I am originally from Amos, Quebec and have been living in the Ottawa area for the past 40 years. I am mostly a self-taught artist although I have been taking the odd art class and experiment at every opportunity possible. My path as an artist started as a quilter.
In deconstructing the traditional world of quilting, I have attempted to reconstruct the elements in contemporary designs, form, methods and application integrating not only traditionally used cotton normally used with quilting, but various textiles such as canvas, yarn, silk, and wool. My artistic vocabulary is extended with the application of paint and ink, accenting forms and colours. Texture is becoming an intrinsic component of the work. Through the use of collaged fibres, compositions are created with new born textures with the application of varied mediums and stitching.
My name is Pat Caffery. I am an artist, designer and teacher who has taught and exhibited for more than 20 years, including an exhibit in London, England as well as many juried shows in Toronto, Oakville, Cornwall, Verona, Italy, Ogdensburg, N.Y., several other Ontario and US locations. She has also participated in group shows in Ontario. Most recently she held her first solo show, Beneath the Surface, at the Shenkman Art Centre, Orleans, Ontario. A video of that show can be found on YouTube.
Embroidery has been part of my life for many years and it is evident in my current work. I enjoy marrying the traditional and non-traditional techniques, fibres and textiles along with beads, plant materials and metals to create artwork that is both original and unusual.
June 21 - Sept 20, 2015
March 29 - April 26, 2015 , Multi-Media exhibition by Lori Coulter
January 28 - March 22, 2015, BEACH
Memories of Nova Scotia
a photography and multi-media exhibition by Bea Solyom
December 7, 2014 - January 18, 2015, Between Heaven and Earth by Cynthia O'Brien.
October 14 - November 22, 2014, A luminous installation by Lawrence J. Cook.
September 29 - October 9, 2014 "Images from TSOD's Dragonfly programme inspired by young people with Down Syndrome."
June 12 - September 27, 2014, Time Eternal by Neera Huckvale
May 10 - June 3, 2014, "Robertson Robertson"
an exhibit of oil paintings by
artist, Erin Robertson & her son.
March 4 - April 20, 2014, "Synthesis II", a travelling exhibit that combines the work of 16 Canadian members of Studio Art Quilt Associates
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.
November 10, 2013 - January 15, 2014: “Proliferation” by Inter-disciplinary artist Yvonne Weigers
June 5 - October 30, 2013: “The Journey Itself Is Home” by multi-media artist Audrey Greyeyes
April 27 - May 25, 2013: “His & Hers” by multi-media artists Maurice Martin and Lori Coulter
March 18 - April 25, 2013: “Dress Rehearsal” by fibre artist Neera Huckvale
February 11 - March 15, 2013: “After Kathleen” by photographer Lawrence J. Cook
November 5, 2012 - January 15, 2013: “Moments” by photographer Gilles Vézina
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 36th anniversary season.