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[OPIRG-EVENTS] Art vs Imperialism in Ottawa
July 23 - August 6/01
Art Against Corporate Globalisation
A Group Show and Multi-media exhibit at Gallery 101
236 Nepean St., Ottawa, Ont.
Reception: Wednesday, July 25, 5pm (kids welcome, face painting) --
After 8 pm Bar and DJ
CRIME SEEN is a unique exhibit staged by thirty-eight artists from
across Canada who have come together to protest corporate globalisation.
The show will be open for two weeks from
Monday July 23rd 'til Monday August 6th, noon until 5 pm.
The artists in this show seek to expand the public debate on
trade issues in Canada. In CRIME SEEN, the public will see an engaging and
eclectic display of work ranging from video and sculpture to painting,
photographs and performance art. Some of the artists in this show are well
known to Canadians while others are regionally known emerging artists.
Artists in CRIME SEEN are:
Carole Condé & Karl Beveridge,
Paula Mitas Zoubek,
TriPod Media Collective,
Troy Cochrane, and
This art action/event is organized by Artists UNincorporated,
a group of Ottawa artists concerned about the effects of corporate
globalisation. We would like to thank the Arts Committee of the Ottawa
Coalition to Stop the FTAA, and the Windsor Artists for Social Justice
for their support.
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