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Covid-19 notice

As Carleton University continues to follow safe meeting protocols and social distancing guidelines, CUAG is closed and the staff has transitioned to working remotely. The best way to connect with a staff member is by email, here. For the most up-to-date campus information, please visit Carleton's COVID-19 page, here.

We look forward to welcoming you back to the gallery, hopefully this fall. We can't wait to see you!



Current Exhibitions

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Staying connected with you and amplifying the work of artists, online.

Shannon Finnegan: Lone Proponent of Wall-to-Wall Carpet

The Brooklyn-based artist Shannon Finnegan makes work about disability culture and access. Her playful and provocative furniture, murals and drawings call out ableism in art galleries and other public places, and imagine a world committed to ongoing, responsive and collective care.

They Forgot That We Were Seeds

This exhibition uses foodways to reimagine the history of Canada as a settler-colonial state, placing Black and Indigenous women artists at the centre of efforts to construct a counter-archive.