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About Trinity Art Gallery

Owned and operated by the City of Ottawa’s Community Galleries Program, the Trinity Art Gallery features the works of local and regional artists in two exhibition salons. Artists are selected through an annual peer assessment process.

For more details see the Shenkman Arts Centre web site.

vue d'un exposition installée

Enriched Bread Artists - Atmosphere: Environment, Emotion, Exchange

May 24 to August 6, 2024
Vernissage: May 30, 2024, 5:30 to 7:30 pm 

We are a team of artists from Enriched Bread Artists in Ottawa. After receiving a Canada/Korea Connection Fund grant from the Canada Council, we developed a collaborative project with artists from South Korea. As artists, our work is diverse; this exhibition explores shared concerns relating to the atmosphere. 

Atmosphere: Environment, Emotion, Exchange is an exhibition of artworks by Canadian and South Korean artists. Atmosphere is defined as the gases around the earth; in this exhibition, atmosphere is explored as our surroundings, in terms of the environment, the natural world, social, political and emotional relationships.

Digital poster by Tavi Weisz and Joyce Westrop for 'Atmosphere: Environment, Emotion, Exchange' exhibition, delving into diverse interpretations of atmosphere by Canadian and South Korean artists.
Tavis Weisz, and Joyce Westrop, Atmosphere: Environment, Emotion, Exchange, 2024, digital image, courtesy of the artists.

Young at Art

April 25 to May 21, 2024
rnissage: Thursday, May 2, 2024, 5:30 to 7:30 pm

Young at Art is a professionally assessed art exhibition bringing the work of young visual artists to local art galleries. Since 1996, YAA recognizes the creative efforts of young artists across Ottawa. Selected works are eligible for several awards.

painting of children playing in a park
Tina Chen, Instant, 2023, Painting, 60.9 x 76.2 cm, courtesy of the artist

City of Ottawa Museums and Historic Sites - Community Healers: Portraits and Practices

January 31 to April 16, 2024

Community Healers shares the stories of individuals and groups who provided their neighbours with medicine, care, and relief across Ottawa’s history. A selection of artefacts from public and private collections alongside contemporary artworks will explore the lasting impact of these community healing practices.

Presented by the City of Ottawa Museums and Historic Sites.

With five unique destinations across Ottawa, the City of Ottawa Museums and Historic Sites offer visitors of all ages a chance to connect with local history and share meaningful experiences through exhibitions, artefacts, programs, workshops, and special events.

City of Ottawa Museums and Historic Sites, Medicine Wagon, ca. 1890, CM1989.010.001

An 1890s red horse-drawn medicine wagon

City of Ottawa Museums and Historic Sites, Interior of Dr. James Ferguson Pharmacy, ca. 1909, NN6313

the interior of Dr. James Ferguson Pharmacy circa 1909

City of Ottawa Museums and Historic Sites, Dr. Ferguson, Scale, CM1976.001.033 A-D

Vintage scale