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Ottawa Art Gallery

Central OttawaFree

Ottawa Art Gallery offers community access to art collections, lectures, performances and online learning.

Contact Info
  • Email: mdavidge@oaggao.ca
  • Phone: (613) 233-8699
  • Website: https://www.oaggao.ca/fr/
  • Address: Ottawa Art Gallery, Mackenzie King Bridge, Ottawa, ON, Canada

Verified Dementia-Inclusive Features

  • Comfortable noise level, Consistent lighting (natural and artificial), Quiet space available
  • Accessible bathrooms, Accessible entrance, Accessible parking, Bilingual (E/Fr), Clear signage
Dementia-Inclusive Trained Staff
  • Yes


The Ottawa Art Gallery is a nonprofit art space that fosters connections between artists and diverse community members. They have ongoing and travelling exhibitions, gallery tours, educational opportunities, concerts, a cafe and a gift shop. A special service offered for seniors is ArtWise: ArtWise gives older adults in the Ottawa region the chance to collaborate with peers and create OAG programming that reflects their interests, draws on their experience, and promotes intergenerational engagement with the arts. Staff are interested in developing programs for special populations, such as persons living with dementia.


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Last updated: 18-12-2020
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