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GALLERY ONE ONE ONE and the FitzGerald Study Centre are located on the Main Floor of the FitzGerald Building in the School of Art at the Fort Garry campus of the University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, Canada R3T 2N2 TEL:204 474-9322 FAX:474-7605. Gallery hours are noon to 6 pm, Monday to Friday. The gallery is closed weekends.

The FitzGerald Building is located at the University of Manitoba's Fort Garry Campus next to the University Centre. Parking is available in the Parkade behind the FitzGerald Building, and at meter and ticket dispenser lots.

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Director: Cliff Eyland

Interim Gallerist: Sigrid Dahle

Gallerist: Robert Epp

Art Collections Coordinator: Jenny

Gallery One One One shows (click Exhibitions bar at left) and collects (click Collections bar at left) contemporary and historical art, maintaining and evolving collections in the School of Art's Permanent Collection and the FitzGerald Study Centre collection.

BRIEF HISTORY: Gallery One One One was established in 1965 to serve the School of Art and the public. It is a museum standard, temperature and humidity controlled facility. Gallery One One One has charitable tax status.

STRUCTURE: Gallery One One One's Director reports to the School of Art's Faculty Council. Robert Epp is Gallery One One One's gallerist, and Jenny Western is the university's Art Collections Coordinator. School of Art staff Char Okell, Val Myers, Leslie Hoffman. Micheline Watson and Francisco Fernandez provide assistance in the Gallery's operations. Gallery One One One is generously supported by the University of Manitoba School of Art's faculty and staff, the Canada Council for the Arts, the Manitoba Arts Council, the City of Winnipeg, donors, and volunteers.

LOCATION AND COMMUNITY SERVED: Winnipeg's Gallery One One One serves the academic and other communities from its location on the Fort Garry campus of Manitoba's largest university. The Gallery is involved in national and international shows and activities. It also has strong links to the Winnipeg art community, especially through its collaborations with Winnipeg's artist-run centres.

GALLERY ONE ONE ONE PUBLICATIONS STRATEGY: In the year 2000, with generous support from the Canada Council for the Arts and the Manitoba Arts Council, Gallery One One One examined the aesthetic, technological and ethical issues having to do with copyright, reproduction quality, and distribution of electronic publications in relation to small public gallery programming and collecting. It was reasoned that as long as the large, glossy, off-set printed and bound publication remains the sine qua non of public gallery publishing, the intellectual discourse about contemporary art will suffer, because high publication expenses can force distribution limits and intellectual compromise on a publication's content. Environmental considerations were also a factor in our decision to go electronic. We began to make CD exhibition catalogues in the year 2000, becoming perhaps the first public gallery to commit itself so fully to our website and electronic documentation. Gallery One One One's website is the centre of its publications strategy, but the Gallery also continues to distribute exhibition brochures, print-outs from electronic files, and other kinds of publications as need and funding arise.