Year: 2021

The story is a machine for empathy- works by Josée Van Dromme

The story is a machine for empathy- works by Josée Van Dromme Previous Next Biography Exhibition Statement Interview Biography Architectural designer, artist, and founder of Van Dromme Designs, Josée was born in Montreal and raised in Ottawa. Her love of

ささやかな幸せ – A little joy – Works by Toru Kashiura

ささやかな幸せ – A little joy – Works by Toru Kashiura Previous Next Biography Exhibition Statement Interview Biography Toru Kashiura Born in 1986 in Tokyo, Japan, Toru Kashiura currently resides in Ottawa, Canada. He graduated from Tsukuba University in Japan with

Executive Director Job Posting

Our application deadline has ended. Thank you to all the applicants that reached out. OSA PROFILE PROFIL DE L’ÉAO OSA PROFILE The Ottawa School of Art (OSA) is Ottawa’s longest running Independent Art School. As a major charitable visual arts

Annual Report 2020-2021 | Rapport Annual 2020-2021

Annual Report 2020-2021 Le français suit l’anglais Download the Annual Report Here.  Preview the Annual Report Here. Rapport Annuel 2020-2021 Téléchargez le rapport annuel ici. Visionnez le rapport annuel ici.

How to Thrive as a Freelancer- Virtual Session

Join the Ottawa School of Art and PARO Centre November 17th at 12:00pm for a virtual session on “How to thrive as a Freelancer.” Facilitated by Renée Gendron of PARO. You’ll learn how to diversify your revenue streams, networking techniques,

Covid-19 Precautions

In order to continue to reassure our students that we are providing a safe and protected environment, OSA at both Downtown and Orleans Campuses is continuing with the proof of vaccination requirement for anyone 12 and up. We will re-evaluate our

Covid-19 Precautions For Diploma and Certificate Program

The Ottawa School of Art is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment in order to protect all staff members, instructors, students, and visitors. OSA will continue to follow the recommendations of Ottawa Public Health and the Council of

June 21st 2021 Indigenous Peoples Day

In honour of Indigenous Peoples Day, The Ottawa School of Art acknowledges the recent tragic discovery of lost lives in Kamloops, British Columbia on Tk’emlúps te Secwe̓pemc First Nation, and we extend our heartfelt condolences to the families impacted. We

CALL FOR EXHIBITION PROPOSALS For the 2022 Exhibition Season

Ottawa School of Art ByWard Campus Gallery and Orléans Campus Gallery The Ottawa School of Art (OSA) is now accepting proposals of current or proposed work for the 2022 exhibition season for both its ByWard campus gallery and Orléans campus

The Winter Term Will Be Delayed By 3 weeks

The winter term continues to be pushed back. General interest programs to begin Tuesday Feb 16 and children’s programs to begin Saturday Feb 20. This is in lieu of the recent stay at home order invoked by the provincial government

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