Exhibitions and Outreach
The Art Bank extends its reach through loans to museums and galleries, curated exhibitions and outreach activities.
The Art Bank presents rotating exhibitions in Âjagemô, the Canada Council exhibition space at 150 Elgin Street in Ottawa. Organized with guest curators or with partner organizations, the exhibitions in Âjagemô offer engaging perspectives that draw attention to global issues such as climate change, supporting Indigenous cultural sovereignty, and demonstrating inclusion. The exhibitions are also an opportunity for the wider public to see the Art Bank collection.
The Canada Council Art Bank facilitates access to its vast collection through its loan program, which allows galleries, museums, and cultural institutions to borrow artworks for group and solo exhibitions.
Visit our blog page to see examples from the Art Bank loan program.
Get in touch with us to find out more about our loan program and how you can borrow artworks from the collection for your upcoming exhibition.
The Art Bank hosts public outreach activities and partners with organizations to present relevant and dynamic programming that highlights the collection in new and interesting ways. That includes our annual open house for Doors Open Ottawa.
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Explore Our Collection
The Art Bank invites you to the exhibition opening Coming into Sight: 50th Anniversary Art Bank Acquisitions on Tuesday, June 20th, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the Âjagemô Exhibition Space in Ottawa. ...
Partnerships open doors for new audiences to experience contemporary Canadian art and to see pieces of the Art Bank collection in prominent places in Canada and abroad. Learn about the history of partnerships at the Art Bank in our latest blog....
On June 3, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., the Art Bank is thrilled to participate in Doors Open Ottawa. It is a wonderful opportunity to see the Art Bank collection and storage facility in person, which is usually open by appointment only. ...