Past Exhibitions (26 total)

Intension(elle)

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The 2017 UFV Bachelor of Fine Arts Graduation Exhibition.

Coevality

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The annual Visual Arts Department exhibition showcases student work from Diploma Grads in a range of media.

Through a Pinhole...

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Works of pinhole photography by students of VA384, Feb 28 to March 10.

BFA Silent Auction

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A chance to bid on affordable artworks created by students, alumni, faculty and local artists-the annual BFA Silent Auction raises money for this year's Visual Arts Graduates.

Out of the Office

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The 2017 Visual Arts Faculty Exhibition, Out of the Office, showcases the diverse approaches and research going into art production at UFV.

Multiples - Fall 2016

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Collaborative student installations from VA116: Space, Form and Time.

Screen/Gasm

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An exhibition of screen-based art in an environment where the screen takes over the viewing space.

Backstreet Chengdu

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Backstreet Chengdu is a series of paintings by Shelley Stefan, UFV Associate Professor and Department Head of Visual Arts. In 2014, Stefan travelled to Chengdu, China to participate in a Faculty Exchange with the Fine Arts College of Sichuan Normal University.

In Search of a Home

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Exhibition of Works from the UFV Permanent Art Collection

Interdependence

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Sculpture by Katherine Strand and Kaylee Stamm

 

Don't Be Afraid

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The 2016 UFV Bachelor of Fine Arts Graduation Exhibition.

Reverence And The Underbelly

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From mixed feelings of deep respect tinged with awe, to the hidden unpleasantries of humanity, artists Chrissy Courtney, Chantelle Fawcett and Megan Naples collectively present contemporary, two dimensional works and installations.

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2016 BFA Silent Auction‌

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All proceeds will go to BFA Grad Exhibitions and VA scholarship. EVERYONE IS WELCOME!

Multiples - Winter 2015

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Collaborative student installations from VA116: Space, Form and Time.

Home/Land

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An exhibition of commissioned artworks by Jean Brundrit (South Africa), Nina Mangalanayagam (England) and Sarah Ciurysek (Canada) about Lens of Empowerment themes: women, identity, and place.

Ready and True: India and the Great War

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Through selected archival photographs, art work, and written accounts, “Ready and True” showcases the almost forgotten contribution of approximately 1.7 million Indian soldiers and non-combatants to the Great War. 

 

(Mis) Interpretation: Sikh Feminisms in Representations, Texts and Lived Realities

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The Centre for Indo-Canadian Studies, with support from the Visual Arts Department at UFV and UFV International Presents an upcoming exhibition entitled: (Mis)Interpretation: Sikh Feminisms in representations, texts and lived realities.

Reflections

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A series of paintings by Dennis Greer, UFV Visual Arts Sessional Faculty member. 

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Multiples - Summer 2015

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A collaborative project Installed by Sculpture Students in VA 116: Space, Form & Time.

 

Both Sides of Now

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The 2015 UFV Bachelor of Fine Arts Graduation Exhibition.

Lens of Empowerment: Tel i’tsel Kwe’lo (I Am From Here)

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A collective exhibition by student artists in the Lens of Empowerment Project and Community Arts Practice with Visual Arts Instructor Stephanie Gould, Tel i’tsel Kwe’lo (I Am From Here) explores identity, land, place and citizenship through women’s stories, lived experiences, intergenerational and intercultural points of view.

Interosculate

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The 2015 UFV Visual Arts Diploma exhibition presents a diverse selection of inventive works including 2D and 3D, conceptual, inter-disciplinary, new media and multimedia practices.

Stasis

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Sculpture Works Exhibition