Local Worlds: Site, Space, Society, Science.

Saint-Vincent Hospital

Ottawa, ON

Digital recording Disability arts Intercultural Photography Visual arts Nature & outdoors

THIS PROGRAM IS NOT AVAILABLE TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC. SEE ONLINE. The inaugural exhibition at Saint-Vincent Hospital’s brand new SCREENING GALLERY. This exhibition introduces the new art gallery as it celebrates the creative eye of four photographers from Bruyère’s vast community; a patient, a security guard, and members of the Patient and Family Advisory Council, and the Communications team. The eight photographs express deeply connected themes of place, care and wonder. Demonstrating a breadth of interests and styles, they reveal each artist’s ability to observe and to present moments of critical depth. Establishing an art gallery within the hospital was one of many projects organized through Bruyère’s new Artist in Residence program. This is one part of a key goal to break down silos between ages, abilities, cultures and institutions. As part of Culture Days, this exhibition now has the potential to reach across countries, and into the rooms of citizens who are immobilized or bedbound; access the Tour for Bedside ART Fans through this hub. Great thanks to the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) for their generous support. One of Canada’s leading granting foundations, the OTF awarded $108 million to 629 projects last year to build healthy and vibrant communities in Ontario.

This event runs the duration of Culture Days.

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This event is free.

  • Photo (detail); Alan Wainwright, from Black Lives Matter protest on Parliament Hill in "Local Worlds: Site, Space, Society, Science", the inaugural exhibition in the brand new "Screening Gallery" Photo (detail); Alan Wainwright, from Black Lives Matter protest on Parliament Hill in "Local Worlds: Site, Space, Society, Science", the inaugural exhibition in the brand new "Screening Gallery"
  • "Local Worlds: Site, Space, Society, Science"; inaugural exhibition in the brand new "Screening Gallery", at Bruyère's Saint Vincent Hospital, Ottawa; launched during Culture Days 2020 "Local Worlds: Site, Space, Society, Science"; inaugural exhibition in the brand new "Screening Gallery", at Bruyère's Saint Vincent Hospital, Ottawa; launched during Culture Days 2020
  • Patient, Scott Mayhew's work, in "Local Worlds: Site, Space, Society, Science"; inaugural exhibition in the brand new "Screening Gallery" Patient, Scott Mayhew's work, in "Local Worlds: Site, Space, Society, Science"; inaugural exhibition in the brand new "Screening Gallery"
  • Photos by Hichael Elmi, security guard, in "Local Worlds: Site, Space, Society, Science", the inaugural exhibition in the brand new "Screening Gallery". Photos by Hichael Elmi, security guard, in "Local Worlds: Site, Space, Society, Science", the inaugural exhibition in the brand new "Screening Gallery".

Organized by

Bruyère Artist in Residence cj fleury

Working largely at at Saint-Vincent Hospital, cj is an interdisciplinary artist, known for groundbreaking projects that bring the public into public art. http://cjfleuryart.ca/ Saint-Vincent Hospital is Ottawa’s only Complex Continuing Care hospital. It offers a specialized program of care which aims to improve and maintain function for patients with complex care needs, by providing them with required services, support and a possibility of transition back into the community.

This event is part of a hub:

Be moved by ART at Bruyère

Bruyère Artist-in-Residence cj fleury Ottawa, ON

Designed for accessibility, safety and the imagination, Be moved by Art at Bruyère offers a month of creative community interaction. Bruyère is an academic hospital organization in Ottawa with multiple sites including Saint-Vincent, Ottawa...

Location

60 Cambridge Street North

Ottawa, ON

Not accessible to the general public. Accessible to the Saint-Vincent public. See HUB for details.

Event Contact

cj fleury

cjfleuryart@gmail.com

Language

English, French

Accessibility

This event is wheelchair accessible.

At this time, site not open to public.