Posts Tagged ‘Ottawa’

 

5 Interesting Reads

 •  May 22

Here are some links to photo-related news around the web on tulips, photojournalism, gender equality in photography, Stephen Shore, and a photography...

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Photographer Jeff Thomas Wins Governor General’s Award

 •  February 28

The Canada Council for the Arts has revealed the winners of the 2019 Governor General's Awards in Visual and Media Arts. This year, eight artists are...

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The Wounded

 •  February 15

Through June 2, the Canadian War Museum is exhibiting photojournalist Stephen J. Thorne’s portraits of 18 Canadian veterans of the war in...

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Notman, Visionary Photographer: An Exhibition Not to Miss

 •  January 3

The Canadian Museum of Historyin Ottawa is presenting Notman, Visionary Photographer until April 14.

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William Notman, A Visionary Photographer: Ottawa

 •  October 30

From November 22 through April 14, the Canadian Museum of History in Ottawa is presenting Notman, Visionary Photographer. Canada’s first...

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5 Interesting Reads

 •  October 26

Here are some photo-related articles for your weekend. Topics include everything from PEI cows having having photo shoots to sustainability to the...

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PhotoLab 5 and Oscar G. Rejlander at the CPI

 •  October 19

The Canadian Photography Institute in Ottawa is presenting PhotoLab 5: Althea Thauberger and Oscar G. Rejlander: Artist Photographer through February...

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Dark Side of the Moon

 •  August 30

Lewis M. Rutherfurd’s Moon is an albumen silver print that the pioneering astrophotographer produced in 1865 by attaching his photographic...

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Edward Burtynsky’s New Series: Anthropocene

 •  August 29

Organized by the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) in Toronto and the Canadian Photography Institute (CPI) of the National Gallery of Canada (NGC) in...

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World Press Photo: Montreal

 •  August 20

The 2018 World Press Photo exhibition is now making its way to several cities across Canada. From August 29 through September 30, the exhibition is...

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