Art Across Time
Apr 1 '23 Mar 17 '24
This exhibition is a celebration of sanaugangit, “art by Inuit”— a survey of artistic expression from approximately 200 BCE until the present day.
Your permanent collection is back on view! Revisit old favourites from our European & Canadian collections, plus a few lesser-seen works.
Tarralik Duffy: Gasoline Rainbows
Sep 22 '23 Apr 7 '24
Kenojuak Ashevak Memorial Award recipient multimedia artist Tarralik Duffy has a solo exhibition on view now at WAG-Qaumajuq, following her artist residency here in July and August.
The Full Story
Oct 7 '23 Apr 28 '24
Tim Gardner: The Full Story surveys the career of a noted artist with a penchant for capturing rambunctious and mischievous masculinity.
ᓯᑯ ᕿᕐᓂᖅᓯᓯᒪᔪᖅ | Dark Ice
Nov 18 '23 May 26 '24
Organized and circulated by the Ottawa Art Gallery, Dark Ice is an essential examination of the profound and drastic impact that climate change is already having on our varied ecosystems and how this impact is most evident in communities of the North.
Canadian artist Kim Adams is known for his “assemblage” sculptures incorporating readymade and prefabricated materials in fun and uncanny ways to explore social structures, the implications of technology and mobility, and the divide between life and art.
Jul 8 '23 Jun 22 '24
Variations of colour therapy are thought to have been practiced as far back as ancient Egypt, Greece, China, and India. Today’s ‘chromotherapy’ is a holistic…
Animating the Figure with Photography
Animating the Figure with Photography features work from WAG-Qaumajuq’s permanent collection. This exhibition considers the medium of photography and its relationship to the human figure. Featuring artists, Barbara Astman, Donigan Cumming, Adad Hannah, and Stephen Livick.
Ivan Eyre’s landscapes are inseparable from the events that shaped this nation. They carry evidence of what is often historicized in Canada as idyllic, pastoral, and earnest forms of human intervention but they also represent settler ideologies of land that fuel Canadian nationalism and belonging.
Landscapes to Seed the West
In this exhibition, you will see artworks by Walter J. Phillips that represent the cultural climate of Canada in the early 20th century and contemporary reflections by artists like Jeffrey M. Thomas and Diana Thorneycroft addressing the lasting impact of the national narratives of his lifetime.