Department of Art History, Concordia University

Annual EAHR-organized: OTTAWA BUS TRIP

Want an inside look at the art offerings of the nation’s capital?

When: February 4, 2023. 8am-8pm

Tickets only $17!  (Tickets free for Indigenous students)

After a two-year pause, Concordia’s Ethnocultural Art Histories Research (EAHR) annual Ottawa bus trip is back on! Open to all students and faculty, and as always LGBTQ+ and BIPOC students are especially welcome. Join us on guided tours to critically engage with art.

National Gallery of Canada ( specially-organized curator tour included)

John Akomfrah: Vertigo Sea

2022 Sobey Art Award Exhibition

Movement: Expressive Bodies in Art

… and many more exhibitions

Ottawa Art Gallery (self-guided visit)

ᓯᑯ ᕿᕐᓂᖅᓯᓯᒪᔪᖅ | Dark Ice

A Family Palette

Carleton University Art Gallery (specially-organized curator tour included)

Drawing on our History 

With artists Gayle Uyagaqi Kabloona, Kablusiak, Mélanie Myers, Nalakwsis, Sharon Norwood, Jay Odjick, Jagdeep Raina and Marigold Santos (Concordia 2011)

Curated by Anna Khimasia, Alexandra Kahsenni:io Nahwegahbow, Kosisochukwu Nnebe, Danielle Printup, Heather Anderson, Sandra Dyck and Concordia’s Department of Art History Professors Alice Ming Wai Jim and Heather Igloliorte. 

Tickets: Limited seats; first-come, first served 

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This event has been made possible with the support of:

Department of Art History, Concordia University

EAHR (Ethnocultural Art Histories Research Group)

CUJAH (Concordia Undergraduate Journal of Art History)

AHGSA(Art History Graduate Student Association)

Joint Interuniversity PhD Program in Art History, Concordia University, Université de Montréal, and the Université du Québec à Montréal

Inuit Futures in Arts Leadership: The Pilimmaksarniq/Pijariuqsarniq Project at Concordia University

Indigenous Futures Research Centre

Ethnocultural Art Histories Research (EAHR) is a student-driven research community based within the Department of Art History at Concordia University. Since the Summer of 2011, EAHR has facilitated opportunities for exchange and creation through a series of programs and events in order to critically engage with issues of ethnic and cultural representation within the visual arts in Canada.

EAHR’s activities are made possible through the generous support of the Gail and Stephen A. Jarislowsky Institute for Studies in Canadian Art and the Concordia University Research Chair in Ethnocultural Art Histories.