Category: Downtown News

Mask Protocol Update – September 1, 2022

Mask Protocol Update – September 1, 2022 Beginning September 1, 2022, OSA will ease our masking protocols. Staff, instructors, volunteers, students and visitors will no longer be required to wear masks indoors at the OSA and OSAO campuses. Although masking

Weekend of April 30, 2022- Protest Precautions

The Ottawa School of Art will be open for our regular hours this weekend. We encourage our students to use public transit if possible as road closures may update as the weekend progresses.  If necessary to drive into the Byward

A Change in Leadership at OSA

Le français suit l’anglais One of the longest running non-profit art institutions in Canada, The Ottawa School of Art (OSA) has been delivering studio based visual arts training for over 140 years. Dedicated to visual arts education for students of

Solidarity with the people of the Ukraine

The Ottawa School of Art supports and stands in solidarity with the people of Ukraine during the tragedy of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. We send our heartfelt condolences and support to the people of Ukraine who have been impacted

Call for Exhibition Proposals 2023 | Appel De Projets D’exposition 2023

Call for Exhibition Proposals 2023 | Appel De Projets D’exposition 2023 Submissions Les soumissions Submissions The Ottawa School of Art (OSA) is now accepting proposals of current or proposed work for the 2023 exhibition season for both its ByWard campus

OTTAWA LOCAL ARTS ORGANIZATIONS UNITED STATEMENT ON “FREEDOM CONVOY”

OTTAWA LOCAL ARTS ORGANIZATIONS UNITED STATEMENT ON “FREEDOM CONVOY” FEBRUARY 14, 2022 Open Letter Regarding the “Freedom Convoy” in Ottawa: From the Board of Directors and Staff of the Ottawa Art Gallery; The Ottawa School of Art; Bytown Museum; SAW; Digital Arts Resource Centre

Submissions to 36th Annual Holiday Art Sale

Document Downloads Submission Criteria, Submission Form/Contract Submission Criteria: The Holiday Fundraising Art Sale is open to all active members in good standing with the Ottawa School ofArt.  This year, the OSA will host a Holiday Fundraising Art Sale at the ByWard Campus

Campuses are closed for Thanksgiving long weekend

OSA campuses will be closed for the Thanksgiving long weekend, Saturday, October 10 to Monday, October 12 2020. ÉAO sera fermée pendant la week-end de Thanksgiving, samedi 10 octobre jusqu’au lundi 12 octobre 2020.

Campuses are closed for the Labour Day long weekend

September 5, 6, and 7. We will resume normal hours on the 8th. Les campussont ferméspour le longweek-end de lafête du travail: 5, 6 et 7 septembre.

Before you register for a camp this summer

How Do I Register? Registration for our Summer programming will only be available online. If you have questions regarding registration please reach out to us. Once open, registration for in-person and online Summer Day Camps can be completed online at:

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