visual art

An exhibit titled A Child’s View from Gaza is currently on display at the University of Ottawa’s Café Alt and features artwork by child survivors of the 22-day assault on Gaza by the Israeli military in the winter of 2008-09.

The exhibit features the art of six Canadian artists and, according to the gallery’s website, “explores the notion of how an individual artist’s identity is defined by the geography and climate of the landscape.”

Ottawa’s historical Bank Street has seen a little less advertising and a little more art this past month, with artistic photographs having been displayed in advertising kiosks along the historical streetscape.

Aidan Parchelo | Fulcrum Contributor ALMOST 50 PIECES of art adorn the walls of HeARTwood Gallery—photography, paintings, and mixed media alike—for Pieces of 8, an exhibition showcasing a selection of work produced by local artist Aimee Britten over the last five years. While this is Britten’s first formal exhibit, she has been creating all her life. “Man does produce …

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