Enriched Bread Artists



Intimate Worlds
Univers Intime


EBA 18th Annual Open House

Thursday october 21 2010, 6pm-9pm

Friday october 22, 6pm-9pm
Saturday october 23, 11am-5pm
Sunday october 24, 11am-5pm
Friday october 29, 6pm-9pm
Saturday october 30, 11am-5pm
Sunday october 31, 11am-5pm

Panel Discussion: Friday, October 22, 2010, 7:00 – 8:30 pm

Performance: Friday, October 29, 2010, 8:00 – 9:00 pm

Intimate Worlds - EBA 18th Annual Open Studio
For the past 18 years when October arrives, the artists that work at the Enriched Bread Artists studios turn their intimate worlds upside down to see what may have accumulated. Keenly aware that company will soon be coming, this ritual prepares the spaces for public consumption.
This year the Enriched Bread Artists invited award winning Ottawa photographer Justin Wonnacott (R.C.A.) to document our studios prior to preparing them for our annual public extravaganza. This photographic essay will capture the intimate working environments that the general public seldom sees.

Panel Discussion: The Visual Arts in Ottawa: a time for change?
Panel Discussion with Andrea Fitzpatrick, Patrick Mikhail, Peter Honeywell and Heather Anderson
Moderated by EBA artist Andrew Morrow
Friday, October 22, 2010, 7:00 – 8:30 pm

The Visual Arts in Ottawa: A Time for Change? is an open and informal panel discussion addressing the visual arts in Ottawa. Featured panelists are Peter Honeywell (Executive Director of the Council for the Arts in Ottawa), Patrick Mikhail (director of the Patrick Mikhail gallery), Heather Anderson (Assistant Curator in the Contemporary Art Department at the National Gallery of Canada), and Andrea Fitzpatrick (Assistant Professor in the History and Theory of Art, Department of Visual Arts at the University of Ottawa.) Topics will address a variety of contemporary issues, including regional opportunities, funding, audience engagement, the National Gallery, external relevance, and the possibilities of going forward. Audience participation will be strongly encouraged. Moderated by EBA artist Andrew Morrow. Everyone is welcome and admission is free.

Performance: You tube Sensation
Indie Rock Performance with EBA Artist Danny Hussey Friday, October 29, 2010, 8:00 – 9:00 pm

In what is becoming a bit of an EBA Open Studio tradition, Danny Hussey will perform a subsonic set of original music with a few obscure cover tunes thrown in for good measure. This will be the third consecutive year Hussey has performed using his unique style. This year’s performance entitled YOUTUBE SENSATION will delve into the self producing, self promoting, overnight internet sensations that permeate our culture. Here today gone tomorrow, the modern day one hit wonders. Hussey will perform in front of a laptop web cam while a live audience voyeuristically looks on. This performance will introduce at least 5 new songs including one about Lucy Van Oldenbarneveld, and some favourites from past shows. One of those nights you will say, `` I was there when…………..``Everyone is welcome and admission is free.

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Festival X at EBA vernissage + launch GuerillaLIVE #25

Vernissage: Friday, September 24 · 6:00pm - 11:00pm
Silent Auction 7 to 10:30pm Festival X Continues: Saturday, September 25 at 11:00am - October 3 at 5:00pm

Most of us at EBA are on the outside of photography looking in, so we are in a unique position to explore the theme of IN/OUT. We will not try to blend in, our differences will be celebrated.
Festival X at EBA presents:
EBA artists: Kenneth Emig, Danny Hussey, Marika Jemma, Gayle Kells, Juliana McDonald, Christos Pantieras, Svetlana Swinimer and Joyce Westrop
Guests: Zoë Ashby, James Erdeg, Kathy Frankiewicz, Joanne Guillemette, Brad Isaacs, Stéphane Lauzon, Dinesh Shah and David Westrop.





Tuesday 24 August 2010

8pm - 11pm

“This” is possibly the last Pop show of the summer. And to shake things up even more we’ve added just a hint of “Nuit-Blanche”. EBA and artists from the neighborhood have spread out over Gladstone Plaza for a mid-week - evening - inside - outside - art show that just wants to have fun.



Doors Open Ottawa

June 5 & June 6

10am to 4pm

Art exhibit featuring the work of E.B.A. artists. Come see inside the old brick building (former bread factory built in the 1920s by the Morrison family converted to artists' studios) and possibly catch some artists in their natural habitat!