Where ProfileUntil May 31: Trauma and remembrance, both personally, communally and nationally, is a main focus of the photography in Clash: Conflict and Its Consequences.
Until June 30: The Governor General’s Awards in Visual and Media Arts 2013 highlights the achievements of Canadian artists across all mediums.
Until Sept. 2: Earth and Sky is a 50-metre work of banner art created by Shuvinai Ashoona of Cape Dorset and John Noestheden of Amsterdam. The banner’s images reflect Arctic landscapes and cosmic visions.
Until Sept. 2: New Voices from the New North presents a wide range of media by over 20 different artists, including world-renowned Kenojuak Ashevak, alongside commentary by Inuit artists, elders, youth, and cultural and political leaders.
May 3 to Sept. 2: Masterpieces in Focus: Rubens and His Workshop is a scientific exploration of the Gallery’s collection, uncovering the mysteries behind the work of Rubens and his contemporaries.
May 17 to Sept. 2: Sakahàn: International Indigenous Art is the Gallery’s largest collection of contemporary Indigenous art, with more than 150 works by over 75 artists.
$9; seniors and students: $7; youth (12 to 19): $4; children under 12: free; families: $18. Admission varies for special exhibitions. Free admission (permanent collection only) Thursdays after 5pm. May 1 to Sept. 30: Open daily, 10am to 5pm; Thursday, 10am to 8pm. Oct. 1 to April 30: Open Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 5pm; Thursday, 10am to 8pm. Closed Monday.