- About the Public Art Program
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- Direct Purchase: Inuit art
- Expression of interest: Exterior / interior glass designs or patterns
- Expression of interest: Indigenous multi-purpose room
- Expression of interest - Inuit Art Liaison
- Request for qualifications : Laroche Park
- (Closed) Request for qualifications: Riverain Park public art
- (Closed) Request for qualifications: Strandherd Drive Widening
- (Closed) Call for proposals: 2022-23 exhibitions (Corridor 45|75)
- (Closed) Call for proposals: 2022-23 exhibitions (Karsh-Masson Gallery and City Hall Art Gallery)
- (Closed) 2022 Direct Purchase Program
- (Closed) National request for qualifications: Exterior pillars installation
- (Closed) National request for proposals: Indigenous art - Interior Pimisi entrance and exterior sculpture
- (Closed) Expression of interest – Indigenous Curator
- (Closed) Expression of interest - Indigenous Public Art Mentor
Artist Studio Program
Short-term and long-term studio rental
All Artist Studio Program studios are currently occupied during the 2022 to 2024 term.
The Artist Studio Program is a unique venture that invites local and regional established and emerging artists within 150 km of Ottawa to apply.
The City of Ottawa supports cultural activity that is inclusive of Ottawa's diverse community, including people from diverse ancestries, abilities, ages, countries of origin, cultures, genders, incomes, languages, races and sexual orientations. The City of Ottawa recognizes the Algonquin Anishinabe Nation as Ottawa’s Indigenous Host Nation. Applications from artists and representatives of diverse origins, First Nations, Inuit and Métis are welcome and encouraged. The City of Ottawa recognizes both official languages as having the same rights, status and privileges.
There are two types of Artist Studio Program studios
- Long-Term Studios - Twenty-two studios, each with three-year studio agreements; rental and liability insurance fees are required.
- Short-Term Studios - Two studios available annually, each with a one year agreement; liability insurance fee is required. All studios are Individual (not shared) studios
The decisions of the Peer Assessment on all matters pertaining to the assessment of artwork related to Artist Studio Program studio application shall be final.
If you have any questions please contact:
Penelope Kokkinos, Arts Programmer
306 Cyr Avenue, Vanier
104 Greenview Avenue, Britannia Beach
35 Stafford Road, Bells Corners
3131 Jockvale Road, Barrhaven
Community Arts + Social Engagement
Who we are
CASE is dedicated to working with diverse populations across the city by offering free programs, projects, and creative opportunities in partnership with artists, arts organizations, institutions and community groups.
What we do
- CASE offers permanent and temporary commissioning opportunities to local community-based artists.
- Establishes an inclusive approach to partnerships involving community stakeholders.
- Incubates and supports new programs, events, and community initiatives.
The City of Ottawa is very proud to introduce 25 new tracks selected for the #ottmusik playlist! #ottmusik is an initiative that brings local music to the City of Ottawa's phone systems. The goal is to answer calls as quickly as possible, but when a caller has to wait or in the event of a transfer, you’ll hear local music from this playlist.
Murals on Underpasses
The Murals on Underpasses Project was created to beautify and enhance underpasses as key gateways to the City with images that reflect and depict local culture, history or visions of artistic expression.
Young at Art
Young at Art is a juried art exhibition bringing the work of young visual artists (aged 12 to 19) to local art galleries. Held annually since 1996, Young at Art recognizes the creative efforts of young artists across Ottawa. Accepted works are displayed in a community gallery and are eligible for a number of prizes and awards.