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    Fantastic is the only way to describe this art exhibit at the National Gallery of Canada. Stay LesSuites to enjoy spacious all-suite accommodations and great #hotelpackages to suit every budget here: http://ow.ly/Gbuv3
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    Jack Bush Adult Art Tours! One-hour guided tours of the exhibition Jack Bush are offered to organized groups. Cost: $7 + Gallery admission. Registration required. Telephone: (613) 990-4888. Email: reservations@gallery.ca Exhibition: http://ow.ly/CL1rG Big A, November 1968 acrylic on canvas, 228.6 × 144.7 cm (90 × 57 in.) National Gallery of Canada © Estate of Jack Bush / SODRAC (2014) Photo © NGC
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    Join us and the Canadian Film Institute on the shortest day of the year (this Sunday 21 December) to watch some great, family-friendly short films. What better way to welcome the winter solstice than celebrating our talented Canadian filmmakers? More info on the holidays at the Gallery: http://ow.ly/F0KHJ
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    New at NGC Magazine! The Life and Art of Alma Duncan at The Ottawa Art Gallery | La Galerie d'art d'Ottawa until January 11, 2015. http://ow.ly/FytNa Alma Duncan, Self-Portrait with Red Stripes (1958), oil on masonite, 50.8 x 63.5 cm. Courtesy of D & E Lake Ltd. Fine Arts, Toronto
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    New at NGC Magazine! 2014 Feature Interview: Marc Mayer in Conversation with Bharti Kher. Video: http://ow.ly/G0hxq nothing marks the perimeter, just a hollow sound echoes, 2011 (detail) Bharti Kher Grande-Bretagne, 1969 Bindis on painted board 243 x 182 cm each Purchased 2012 National Gallery of Canada (no. 45547.1-3)
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    Our #suitehotel is located in the heart of #downtownOttawa, only steps away from many historic and cultural attractions. Art lovers will appreciate our Arts & Culture #hotelpackage with spacious accommodation and passes for the National Gallery of Canada. Wake up to continental breakfast at Presse Café and enjoy indoor parking and admission to the Gallery. http://ow.ly/G3Br0
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    Spend time exploring the galleries of #Ottawa this holiday season with our Arts & Culture package. Les Suites Hotel is within easy walking distance to the country’s finest art museum – the National Gallery of Canada. Wake to a continental breakfast at Presse Café and enjoy indoor parking and admission to the Gallery. http://ow.ly/G35Ob
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    You have until tomorrow to get FREE shipping within Canada when you spend $50 or more before tax!
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    New exhibition! Clocks for Seeing: Photography, Time and Motion opens 20 December. Come explore the relationship between time and photography through a selection of historical and contemporary photographs. http://ow.ly/FBLnh Eadweard Muybridge "Annie G." galloping, c. June 1884 11 May 1886, printed November 1887 collotype, 48.1 x 61.1 cm; image: 21.9 x 33.1 cm Gift of Dr. Robert W. Crook, Ottawa, 1981 National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa Photo © NGC
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    Today at 1pm: Christmas Concert in the Great Hall, next to the majestic tree! Included with admission.
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    See the #NGCtree get installed and lit up for the holidays in this time lapse video! http://ow.ly/FKbO0
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    Christmas Concert Sunday 14 December at 1 pm (75 minutes) in the Great Hall Experience a Winter Wonderland while the National Capital Concert Band paints a musical canvas of Christmas and holiday tunes next to our majestic, 12-metre tree. Included with Gallery admission. The holidays at the Gallery: http://ow.ly/F0KHJ
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    Member Exclusive: Family Fun Day Saturday 13 December from 11 am to 3 pm in Sketches Join us for an unforgettable day! Become a member today! In-Gallery Quiz: Families are invited to complete an in-gallery family quiz inspired by the Holidays. Find the clues to complete a very special wish list! Crafts: Children, come take your picture, then create your very own personalized tree ornament, holiday card or a frame your loved ones will cherish forever. http://ow.ly/F0KHJ
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    Museums are sharing photos of their buildings on Twitter today using the hashtag #MusBuilding. Have a photo of our building? Share it with us on Twitter (www.twitter.com/gallerydotca) and Instagram (www.instagram.com/ngc_mbac).
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    New at NGC Magazine! Presenting a Major Contemporary Art Exhibition: A Q&A with Jack Bush Retrospective Exhibition Co-Curator, Marc Mayer. Jack Bush is on view at the National Gallery until February 22, 2015. A catalogue in English and French editions accompanies the exhibition. http://ow.ly/Fy6Iv Photography: Kryn Taconis, 1963. Collection of the Library and Archives, NGC. © Kryn Taconis / Magnum Photos
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    SHOP | Brighten up your winter with colourful gifts from The Bookstore and www.ShopNGC.ca! Order before December 18th to receive FREE SHIPPING within Canada when you spend $50 or more before tax!
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    New at NGC Magazine! Jock Macdonald: Evolving Form at the Vancouver Art Gallery until February 22, 2015. A partnership between three institutions, Jock Macdonald: Evolving Form is on view at the Vancouver Art Gallery until January 4, 2015; the The Robert McLaughlin Gallery from January 31 to May 24, 2015; and the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria from June 10 to September 13, 2015. http://ow.ly/F3fsr Jock Macdonald, Fall (Modality 16) [1937], oil on canvas. Collection of the Vancouver Art Gallery, Acquisition Fund. Photo: Trevor Mills, Vancouver Art Gallery
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    Music in the Galleries Sunday 7 December at 3 pm in the Garden Court A program of Christmas carols spanning hundreds of years presented by The Stairwell Carollers, a cappella Ottawa choir who sing sacred and secular renaissance music, as well as traditional and new Christmas carols. Included with Gallery admission. The holidays at the Gallery: http://ow.ly/F0KHJ
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    Read about the National Gallery of Canada's new acquisitions of works by Isabelle Hayeur and Nicolas Baier. If you're in Ottawa before March 8th, visit "Shine a Light: Canadian Biennial 2014". http://montrealgazette.com/entertainment/local-arts/visual-arts-national-gallery-shines-a-light-on-canadian-art
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    Here it is! #NGCtree
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    New Café! Thursday 4 December to Sunday 4 January 2015 from 1:30 pm*. Cozy up in the Great Hall for coffee and goodies, while taking in our incredible Christmas tree. Like tonight, for the tree-lighting ceremony at 7pm! http://ow.ly/F0Jhr The Café will be closed Mondays and Tuesdays. *Service will end 30 minutes prior to closing.
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    New Café! Thursday 4 December to Sunday 4 January 2015 from 1:30 pm*. Cozy up in the Great Hall for coffee and goodies, while taking in our incredible Christmas tree. Like tonight, for the tree-lighting ceremony at 7pm! http://ow.ly/F0Jhr The Café will be closed Mondays and Tuesdays. *Service will end 30 minutes prior to closing.
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    Road trip? Shine a Light: Canadian Biennial 2014, a selection of 80 of those acquisitions by 26 artists, is now on display at the National Gallery of Canada
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    Adult Art Tours: Jack Bush Until 4 January 2015 Registration required.
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    Drop-in Art Activity for Adults Thursdays from 6:00-7:30pm Jack Bush, known internationally for his abstract paintings from the 1950s to the 1970s, is considered a master colorist. We invite you to create an abstract “painting” inspired by the artist’s work, using colourful fabrics. Included with admission to the exhibition. Meet in the exhibition space Exhibition: http://ow.ly/CL1rG
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    Visit the National Gallery of Canada on December 4th and see just how tall this tree really is!
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    How do you install a 14-metre tree? Check out our time lapse video... http://ow.ly/FfGH8 Join us this for the Lighting of the Christmas tree this Thursday December 4 at 7pm in the Great Hall. Free admission to the Gallery on Thursdays from 5-8pm. http://ow.ly/F0Jhr And share your photos of the Christmas tree with us using: #NGCTree For more holiday programs: http://www.gallery.ca/holidays/
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    Canadian Biennial Tweet Chat Wednesday December 3 at 2pm, Jonathan Shaughnessy, Associate Curator, Contemporary Art at the Gallery will answer your questions on the the show and the theme of Why Look Back? (Art) History in Contemporary Practice. Follow the conversation at www.twitter.com/gallerydotca and ask your questions with the hashtag #CDNBNL http://ow.ly/DSqVj Photo: Matt Zambonin
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    New at NGC Magazine! Vera Frenkel Installation and Exhibition at Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art (MOCCA). ...from the Transit Bar and Vera Frenkel: Ways of Telling are both on view at MOCCA in Toronto, until December 28, 2014. http://ow.ly/F3e4y Vera Frenkel, ... from the Transit Bar (1992, reconstructed 1994), bar structure and equipment, tables and chairs, player piano, plants, newspapers, raincoats, stools, bar sign, lighting, carpet, 6 video monitors, 6 laser disks, software, 120 square meters. Gift of the artist, Toronto, 1997. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa. © CARCC 2014. Photo: NGC
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    Duncan Campbell wins the 2014 Turner Prize.
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    Almost a kilometre of lights and some seriously huge ornaments! It's a work in progress....
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    It's a big day at the Gallery!

November

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    Today at 2pm in the Auditorium: Sarah Milroy and Roy MacGregor in conversation about Tom Thomson! Free.
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    At NGC Magazine Montreal Biennale 2014: Ghosts of Past, Present, and Future The Montreal Biennale 2014, L'avenir (looking forward), is on view at the Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal and venues throughout Montreal until January 4, 2015. http://ow.ly/F3drW Taysir Batniji, image from the series Interface (2014), series of 79 photographs, inkjet on paper, 80 x 53 cm. Courtesy of the artist, Sfeir-Semler Gallery, Beirut, Lebanon and Hamburg, Germany, and Eric Dupont, Paris; commissioned by the Ministry of Culture of Bahrain, 2013
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    Canadian Biennial Tweet Chat Wednesday December 3 at 2pm, Jonathan Shaughnessy, Associate Curator, Contemporary Art at the Gallery will answer your questions on the the show and the theme of Why Look Back? (Art) History in Contemporary Practice. Follow the conversation at www.twitter.com/gallerydotca and ask your questions with the hashtag #CDNBNL http://ow.ly/DSqVj Photo: Matt Zambonin
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    National Gallery of Canada has a great #ShopTheHood deal:
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    SHOP | This Saturday 29 November, get 25% off 2015 calendars & agendas (final sale) and receive a Pop Life poster FREE with your purchase. In conjunction with Shop The Neighbourhood, an initiative of Yellow Pages. Bookstore: http://ow.ly/EWeFl http://www.shoptheneighbourhood.ca/en/
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    This weekend we've got a film and a conversation both in the context of Masterpiece in Focus: Tom Thomson: The Jack Pine and The West Wind.
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    We're VERY excited to announce that the tree is back this year!
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    Our former director Jean Sutherland Boggs was passionate about getting Canadians excited about art. She was a regular voice on CBC Radio and the show Rewind compiled several of her appearances on a recent show. Enjoy!
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    Our Library and Archives is showing: Then Again, a survey exhibition of selected Art Metropole artifacts, through Dec. 19. Artists’ books tour in the NGC's Library and Archives Reading Room Tonight, Thursday 27 November 6:00 – 7:00 PM Please join us for informal presentations by guest speakers Corinn Gerber (Director of Art Metropole, Toronto), Jonathan Shaughnessy (Associate Curator, Contemporary Art, NGC), Ming Tiampo (Associate Professor, Art History, Carleton University) and Adam Welch (Associate Curator, Modern Canadian Art, NGC) who have selected two to three artists’ books from the NGC Library and Archives collection. In English, with bilingual question period to follow. The selected books will be available for consultation in the Reading Room.
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    Our monthly newsletter will be coming out tomorrow. Sign up to get the inside scoop on our holiday programming! http://ow.ly/EXiZe
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    SHOP | Until December 18th, get FREE SHIPPING within Canada on orders over $50 before tax at www.ShopNGC.ca!
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    New at NGC Magazine! Your Collection: The “Last Surrealist” and his Mentor. http://ow.ly/ECsnV Jean Benoît, The Four Four leaved Clovers or Homage to Seurat (1948), oil on canvas, 175.5 x 127 cm. NGC
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    We've got a Tom Thomson-filled weekend for you, in conjunction with Masterpiece in Focus: Tom Thomson: The Jack Pine and The West Wind! Saturday November 29 at 2pm Screening of the film West Wind: The Vision of Tom Thomson (2011) by Michèle Hozer and Peter Raymont Lecture Hall. Free. Sunday November 30 at 2pm Roy MacGregor, renowned author of Northern Light, The Enduring Mystery of Tom Thomson and the Woman Who Loved Him will be giving a 40-minute presentation on the iconic Canadian artist. This will be followed by a conversation between the author and Toronto writer and art critic Sarah Milroy. Auditorium. Free. Exhibition: http://ow.ly/ygj0m Tom Thomson, The Jack Pine, Winter 1916–17, oil on canvas, 127.9 × 139.8 cm. National Gallery of Canada, purchased 1918. Photo © NGC
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    "Colour as pure pleasure." John Geddes comes to see Matisse’s inspiration in the Jack Bush show. Do you see the similarities between Bush and Matisse's work? Come see the show and let us know!
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    Adult Art Tours: Jack Bush From 25 November 2014 to 4 January 2015 Well-known on the international scene, Canadian artist Jack Bush (1909–1977) was a late bloomer in the world of abstract art and a painter who worked by his own rules. One-hour guided tours of the exhibition Jack Bush are offered to organized groups. Cost: $7 + Gallery admission. Registration required. Telephone: (613) 990-4888. Email:reservations@gallery.ca Exhibition: http://ow.ly/Eimj8 Jack Bush Big A, November 1968 acrylic on canvas, 228.6 × 144.7 cm (90 × 57 in.) National Gallery of Canada © Estate of Jack Bush / SODRAC (2014) Photo © NGC
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    Canadian Art on our agreement with the National Gallery of Canada:
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    Five artists tell you about their work in #CDNBNL and why you should come see the show. http://ow.ly/EO9o1
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    New at NGC Magazine! An Interview with Christopher Pratt. http://ow.ly/EyG56 Christopher Pratt, Argentia: The Ruins of Fort McAndrew: After the Cold War (2013), oil on canvas, 101.6 x 203.2 cm. NGC. Purchased 2013 through the generous donation of Gisella Giacalone, Margaret L. Marshall, R. Raso, W.J. Wyatt and Scott Campbell. Photo: Courtesy Mira Godard Gallery

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