The exhibition “The Art of Silence” is the brainchild of the Ottawa public library, and it will be held in its new Art Gallery.
It’s the latest in a series of exhibitions by the library, which is the only library in Canada that has its own gallery.
The collection is curated by the Library of Parliament, which has also curated an exhibition called “Art of the Unconventional.”
The new collection was chosen after extensive research into how to use public art in Canada and the rest of the world.
Art Gallery Director David Houghton said the new collection will be a work of art in itself.
“We don’t really know what works best, and I think that’s why we wanted to do this,” he said.
“The whole purpose of this exhibition is to try and answer those questions and try to make sure that it is engaging and that it doesn’t feel like it’s just a bunch of stuff.”
The collection will focus on the visual arts, from oil paintings to photography.
Houghtons work has been called “one of the most influential pieces of Canadian art in the 20th century.”
Houghsons collection includes over 50 paintings, mostly by artists who are either from the United States or Canada.
It will include works by the likes of James Burrows, Michael Gough, Richard Oakes and Michael J. Manger.
There are also works by artists from China, Japan and South Africa.
Hougtsons collection will run for a week, with exhibitions throughout the week, and the collection will include a large-scale, large-format, two-hour art installation.
It’ll open at noon on Thursday and run until 11 p.m. on Friday.
The public can also see works in the gallery, but the public will have to pay $5 to enter the gallery.
“It’s a little bit of an intimate space,” Houghtsons said of the gallery space.
“I think it’s great that it’s open to the public, but it’s also kind of like a private space.
It feels like it should be very private, and that’s really important to me.”