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Upcoming Events

Sat. October 14th 2017 - Sun. November 12th 2017 MIZU. Book Sculptures & Paintings by Roxanne Martin (All Ages) Free
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Past Events

Thu. September 7th 2017
Free ART Opening: Descendants of Leisure (All Ages)
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Sat. June 17th 2017
Acrylic Painting 101 (All Ages)
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Thu. June 15th 2017
Ben Rogers: Highway of Tears Fundraiser Tour (All Ages)
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Fri. June 2nd 2017
Wilderness: Art Exhibition (All Ages)
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Sun. April 23rd 2017
Artisan Market at the Ou (All Ages)
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The Ou Gallery

The Ou Gallery

Confirmed: Mar. 28, 2017
3091 Agira Road Duncan BC map

Contact Details

Barclay Martin
Hours: 11am-4pm Saturdays & Sundays

The Ou is a contemporary art gallery & workshop space that grew this year from under layers of dust and wood of what was the old Ash Boatworks building, located at 3091 Agira Road. Our search to experience and create art has taken us across continents, through basement shows and into attics, until we fell finally into the heart of the Cowichan Valley. we hope to share our journey with you by creating an inclusive community space where together we can create and experience the wonderful world of art. We are looking for artists & teachers, please apply on our website:

Venue Specs

Venue FormatArt Gallery
Liquor LicenseNone, All Ages or Provide your own
Has StageNo
Rentable / Hosts Outside EventsYes
Has Sound / LightingNo
Wheelchair Accessible?Yes
AmenitiesBathroom and minimal kitchen
Parking NotesOn residential street, limited
Venue StaffingAvailable (Optional)
Staffing NotesIf you need extra staff, we have members that can help you.

Listed Under:
Visual Arts >> Art Gallery - Commercial
Visual Arts >> Public Art
Visual Arts >> Visual Arts Studio space


Listing last confirmed: Mar. 28, 2017


Future Events

The Cowichan Valley Regional District is a broad geographic region stretching from the Malahat to North Oyster and from the Cowichan Lake to Thetis Island.

The region's artists are represented by 5 sub-regional arts councils with support from the CVRD Arts and Culture Division