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    Current Exhibitions

    Sites of Memory: Legacies of the Japanese nadian Internment

    The histories, impacts and legacies of the nadian government’s internment of Japanese nadians during World War II are powerfully considered in video, installation and works on paper by three contemporary artists of Japanese-nadian ancestry.

    Inheriting Redress: The Ottawa Japanese Community Association Archive

    In spring 1988, Japanese nadians marched on Parliament Hill to pressure the government to acknowledge and offer compensation for their internment during World War II. This exhibition surveys the redress mpaign’s visual culture, telling stories through objects loaned by the Ottawa Japanese Community Association and activists involved in the landmark effort.

    Rah: SuperNova

    SuperNova is a video installation that presents a futuristic talent show set in an intergalactic realm. Rah appears in the guise of seven different characters, including Oreo, Fatimeh and Coco, whose talent show entries playfully explore questions of race and ethnic performance.

    Olivia Johnston: Saints and Madonnas

    The Ottawa-based artist investigates Christianity’s influence on art and society with a new series of photographic portraits of her contemporaries portraying saintly figures.

    CUAG Connects

    ll for submissions: The Fifth rleton Community Art Exhibition

    Tuesday, 7 January 2020, 6:59 p.m.