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In conversation with Studio Sixty Six founder Carrie Colton

Posted on July 28, 2019

By Myka Burke via. ArtSpace 613

As a fan and independent collaborator of sorts to Studio Sixty Six (since the artspace613 Self Storage Art Show in 2016), I am intrigued by the uniqueness of what Carrie Colton has done for the visual arts community in Ottawa. Her current exhibition, Foundations | Futures is, semantically speaking, a pivotal moment for the gallery – and possibly for art in Ottawa. 

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Studio Sixty Six show featuring work by 39 women extended by a week

Posted on July 28, 2019

By Peter Robb via. ArtsFile

Ottawa ‘s Myka Burke is always getting involved in the arts from music performances to interviews to visual arts shows. An example of the latter is the intriguing show at Studio Sixty Six gallery called ARTiculations featuring the work of 39 Ottawa area artists who identify as women. The show has been extended and Myka explains why in this interview based on emailed questions from ARTSFILE’s Peter Robb.

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Exhibition: Post Neo at Studio Sixty Six—until 06.09.18

Posted on June 01, 2018

By Taymaz Valley via. Apt613

The new must-see art exhibition in Ottawa is Post Neo at Studio Sixty Six, running until June 9 at the gallery’s new location at 858 Bank Street, Suite 101, in the Glebe. This captivating affair features two extremely openminded, experimentally driven contemporary artists who dare to say things differently and deserve all of the praise they get.

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The Future is now for Studio Sixty Six

Posted on June 01, 2018

By Myka Burke via. Glebe Report

Gallery director Carrie Colton started Studio Sixty Six in 2013 after many years working as a professional artist and designer in Ottawa and Montreal in an effort to create a different kind of commercial gallery space, one that she felt was respectful to its artists and accessible to its audience.

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Balancing Act: the inaugural exhibition at Studio Sixty Six

Posted on June 01, 2018

By Taymaz Valley via. Apt613

Ottawa’s innovative contemporary art gallery Studio Sixty Six opened its new location on Bank Street in the Glebe on April 13. A fresh and beguiling exhibition, Balancing Act features the Ottawa’s very own painter and illustrator Yvonne Wiegers and the British Columbia-based and internationally acclaimed photographer Troy Moth. The pairing of these two artists is a spark of genius by gallery director Carrie Colton, not only because of the contrasting palettes with which these two artists exercise their creativity, but by the performativity that brings forth their interconnectivity.

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Studio Sixty Six is a contemporary art gallery devoted to showcasing unique, thought-provoking Canadian art located at 858 Bank Street, Suite 101, in the Glebe. This is our official blog, where we share what's happening at the gallery, as well as in the broader fine art and design communities of Ottawa.

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