Onsite up for Ontario Association of Art Galleries awards

 

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

OCAD University’s professional gallery, Onsite, has been shortlisted for three prestigious OAAG Awards. These are province-wide, juried art gallery awards of artistic merit and excellence in exhibitions, publications, programs, and community partnerships produced by Ontario's art galleries.

Exhibition of the Year Budget over $50,000 Short List:
The Sunshine Eaters, Onsite Gallery

Innovation in a Collections-Based Exhibition Short List:
raise a flag: works from the Indigenous Art Collection, Onsite Gallery

Education award:
raise a flag:works from the Indigenous Art Collection (2000-2015) Education Guide, Onsite Gallery

177 nominations came from 34 Ontario galleries and art institutions. The award winners will be announced on November 19, 2018. This is the 41st edition of the awards program highlighting the key achievements of the year among OAAG members, curators, art professionals, collectors, and the entire visual arts community.

For the full list of award categories and other shortlisted institutions, visit the OAAG website.

Onsite Gallery is OCAD University’s professional gallery and experimental curatorial platform for art, design and digital media. Serving the OCAD U community and the general public, Onsite Gallery aims to foster social and cultural transformations.

 

two people looking at a large painting by Christi Belcourt
Christi Belcourt, So Much Depends Upon Who Holds the Shovel, 2008, acrylic on canvas, 121.9 x 243.8 cm. Collection of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada, photo Martin Iskander

Ryan Rice with Janet Rogers, holding flag designed for exhibition
Ryan Rice and Janet Rogers in front of work by Nadia Myre, Meditations on Red 5 and Meditations on Red 2, 2013, digital print on plexi glass, 121.9 cm diameter. Collection of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Holding commissioned work by Jordan Bennett in fold-out exhibition brochure, photo by Martin Iskander

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Three people looking at works in a gallery
Wednesday, October 10, 2018

OCAD University’s professional gallery, Onsite, has been shortlisted for three prestigious OAAG Awards. These are province-wide, juried art gallery awards of artistic merit and excellence in exhibitions, publications, programs, and community partnerships produced by Ontario's art galleries.

Exhibition of the Year Budget over $50,000 Short List:
The Sunshine Eaters, Onsite Gallery

Innovation in a Collections-Based Exhibition Short List:
raise a flag: works from the Indigenous Art Collection, Onsite Gallery

Education award:
raise a flag:works from the Indigenous Art Collection (2000-2015) Education Guide, Onsite Gallery

177 nominations came from 34 Ontario galleries and art institutions. The award winners will be announced on November 19, 2018. This is the 41st edition of the awards program highlighting the key achievements of the year among OAAG members, curators, art professionals, collectors, and the entire visual arts community.

For the full list of award categories and other shortlisted institutions, visit the OAAG website.

Onsite Gallery is OCAD University’s professional gallery and experimental curatorial platform for art, design and digital media. Serving the OCAD U community and the general public, Onsite Gallery aims to foster social and cultural transformations.

 

Poster: 
two people looking at a large painting by Christi Belcourt
Ryan Rice with Janet Rogers, holding flag designed for exhibition