Upcoming Exhibitions

 


Shoganai

Grace Tsurumaru

December 8-14, 2017

Visual Arts faculty member Grace Tsurumaru presents her artist's book, Shoganai. This accordion style, handmade book contains black-and-white photographs (silver gelatin prints) accompanied by three short stories. Both images and text are intended as vignettes, one  side of the book portraying her parents’ life circumstances, the other her travels to Jordan in September 2016.

Gallery hours during this period will be from 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM.


Deep Sea Changes

Madeline Hildebrandt

January 8 – January 25, 2018

Deep Sea Changes is an installation depicting an undersea environment made from a variety of plastics gathered from my everyday life. Plastics are being used to represent this environment because of deep environmental concerns for the current and future state of the oceans that are being continually polluted by plastic and other debris on a daily basis. The accumulation of plastic debris in the ocean is so severe that it permeates every aspect of marine life. Deep Sea Changes provokes concern for the wasteful materialism that runs rampant in our capitalist society.


BFA Silent Auction 

January 29 – February 2, 2018

Annual Fundraising Auction for the BFA Grad Show. Bid on artwork and support our BFA Grad Students. You have a chance to bid on affordable artworks created by students, alumni, faculty and local artists. All proceeds will go to the BFA Grad Exhibitions and VA Scholarship. Everyone is Welcome.

 

 

 


Invisible Horizons  

David Evans

February 6-February 26 2018

Opening Reception: February 6th, 5:00 pm- 7:00 pm

Painting, Photography, Video

Based on an exhibition held in January 2017 while studying as an international student at the University of Fine Arts in Poznań, in Poland.

This work is about the ambiguous connections we have to our environment in the context of perception, experience and memory. While we live in a given time and in a particular place, our awareness is often, but not necessarily, limited by that specific moment or site. The selection of juxtaposed images and sound addresses the unexpected ways in which associations and memories are generated.

These images both combine and confront each other, creating an emotionally charged but invisible line where they meet. This line is like a horizon — it retreats as quickly as it is approached.

 


pArticipate Poster Competition

March 1-15, 2018

 


Diploma Show

March 19-April 6, 2018

 


BFA Grad Show

Apr 27 – May 18

Opening Night: April 27, 2018 Friday @ 6:30 PM

Every year members of the University of the Fraser Valley, and its surrounding community, come together to support a culturally enriching experience in the Visual Arts Department: the BFA Grad Show.

Participating Artists: TBA