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  • MFA and BFA Open Studios 2016

    December 6th, 2016

    You are invited to the inaugural, combined Master of Fine Art (MFA) and Bachelor of Fine Art Visual Art (BFA) Open Studios. This event is an opportunity to view the work in progress of both MFA and BFA candidates and to engage with them on their current studio practice. MFA...


  • Artifacture (Alumni Exhibition)

    November 30th, 2016

    Artifacture features works by alumni from the BFA Visual Art and BA (Major, Visual Art): Mary Agoncillo Annabelle Allan Dustin Chan Emily Cho Angela Ji Yiying Wu Opening reception: Wednesday, November 30 4:00 to 6:00 pm Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre 6163 University Boulevard Vancouver, BC Exhibition runs to January...


  • I thought my discourse was true and pure, you promised!!

    November 23rd, 2016

    Opening: Wednesday, November 23, 5–7 pm Exhibition: November 2016 – March 2017 On the Wall Audain Art Centre 6398 University Blvd. Vancouver, BC For the art institution and beyond, Habedus, Mills, Thornhill, and Walker have created a scathing review, a work consisting of over 60 title cards; co-opting everything from...


  • Phillip McCrum: Variations of an Illusion

    November 10th, 2016

    Please join us at the opening for Phillip McCrum’s solo exhibition Variations of an Illusion, which features selected new paintings and works on paper. Thursday, November 10, 2016 7:00–9:00 pm Chernoff Fine Art 265 East 2nd Avenue Vancouver, BC The exhibition runs to December 17. Phillip McCrum has worked in the Vancouver...


  • True Crime Drama

    September 24th, 2016

    AHVA Master of Fine Arts Solo Graduate Exhibition – Daniel Phillips Exhibition viewing by appointment, please contact danieljordanphillips@gmail.com


  • MARINA ROY Your Kingdom to Command

    June 2nd, 2016

    Offsite Opening | Thursday June 2, 2016 | 6-8pm Join us for the opening of Offsite: Marina Roy, the 13th installation in the Gallery’s ongoing Offsite series. Artist Talk: Tuesday June 7, 7pm | Blue Moon Theatre, Shangri-La, 1100 West Georgia Street


  • INHALE EXILE PT1 (THE BREAK) with Gareth James

    May 21st, 2016

    Ongoing archive on the culture of tobacco, May 21 – July 16, 2016 L’ESCALIER is proud to present Inhale Exile, a curatorial project by the art group Knowles Eddy Knowles. Inhale Exile presents a selection of the artists’ ongoing archive on the culture of tobacco and invites the participation of...


  • The Lasting Concept

    February 21st, 2016

    OPENING RECEPTION: February 21, 2016 from 2–6 PM Richard Aldrich, Elizabeth Bishop, Louise Bourgeois, Robert Creeley, Jimmie Durham, Melvin Edwards, Gaylen Gerber, Robert Grenier, Rob Halverson Bill Hayden & Sam Pulitzer, Gareth James, Yuki Kimura, Nevine Mahmoud, Christoph Meier, Jean-Luc Moulène, George Oppen, Nathaniel T Price, Sara Greenberger Rafferty, Anne...


  • In Place Of

    January 10th, 2016

    Registration required The Department of Asian Studies at the University of British Columbia is pleased to invite you to our Annual Yip So Man Wat Memorial Lecture, one of our largest lectures of the year. Professor Philip J. Ivanhoe of the City University of Hong Kong will speak on the...


  • Gareth James – Collected by Thea Westreich Wagner and Ethan Wagner

    November 15th, 2015

    Co-organized by the Whitney and the Centre Pompidou and composed of selections from the noted collection of Thea Westreich Wagner and Ethan Wagner, this exhibition celebrates American and international work from the 1960s to the present day.


  • Halmos: INCUBATORACCELERATOR

    May 26th, 2015

    New work by Gareth James now on display. INCUBATORACCELERATOR An Art in General New Commission Curated by Kristen Chappa. This week in the INCUBATORACCELERATOR are Gareth James, Tobias Madison and Jeff Nagy. Opening Reception: Saturday, May 16, 6–8pm http://www.halmos.us.com http://www.artingeneral.org  


  • Dana Claxton; Revisited

    May 16th, 2015

    Opening Reception: May 29, 2015. To June 20, 2015. Tribe Inc. is an artist-run centre working outside of the constraints of a fixed gallery location enabling collaborations with various institutions. Together Tribe Inc. and AKA artist-run, formerly ‘Aka Gallery,’ have maintained a longstanding partnership. In the celebration of Tribe’s 20th...


  • Dana Claxton: You Are on Indian Land

    April 23rd, 2015

    Opening Reception April 23, 5 – 7pm. To May 31, 2015. Gallery talk April 23, 5:30pm with guest curator Erin Joyce.


  • EXISTENCE

    April 20th, 2015

    An exhibition of the VISA 230 painting class. Opening April 20 from 5-7pm. The VISA 230-002 painting Class is having an Exhibition at the Asian Centre, 1871 West Mall, UBC from April 20-23. The opening is on April 20 from 5-7pm and all are welcome. Open daily 11am to 4pm.


  • The Plains Indians: Artists of the Earth and Sky Sunday at the MET

    March 15th, 2015

    Dana Claxton and Edgar Heap of Birds Perform Discover how contemporary artists Dana Claxton and Edgar Heap of Birds are redefining Plains Indians’ artistic traditions. Jodi Gillette, Senoir Policy Advisor for Native American Affairs, White House Domestic Policy Council, also speaks on issues relating to 21st century Native American life....


  • DIFFERENT THINGS

    March 5th, 2015

    An Exhibition of Artwork by UBC Senior Studio Students. Opening March 5, 8 pm. An Exhibition of Artwork by UBC Senior Studio Students. March 5 – 12, 2015 Opening March 5, 8 pm Gallery Hours: Fri, Sat, Wed, Thurs 1 – 5pm Artists: Willee Aimee, Elysse Bell, Marina Bender, Mimi...


  • The World of Li Xiongyi

    November 16th, 2014

    Exhibition runs November 16 to 24, 2014 The World of Li Xiongyi Artist: Born in 1988 and now living in Beijing, the young Chinese artist Li Xiongyi is a rising star in contemporary Chinese art world. Being a kid with autism who never received any academic training in art,  Li...


  • Politics of Representation: ReImaging of Indigenous America From Warhol to MAP(ing) Contemporary Native American Artists

    September 15th, 2014

    Exhibition runs September 15 to October 3, 2014 In partnership with the Office of Multicultural Affairs, SGA, Doubletree by Hilton, Women Studies Program, Women’s Resource Center and MAP(ing). The exhibit is co-curated by Slocumb Galleries’ Karlota Contreras-Koterbay and Map(ing) project director Mary Hood, associate professor at Arizona State University. Map(ing)...


  • A Spectacle and Nothing Strange

    July 24th, 2014

    Opens Thursday, July 24, 2014, 7-9 pm. To August 23, 2014. Saturday 1 – 5PM • Tuesday 6 – 9PM ARTISTS: asianpunkboy (Terence Koh), Keith Cole, Todd Evanger, Brendan Fernandes, Eve Fowler, Paul de Guzman, Jeffrey Hallbauer, Luis Jacob, Attila Richard Lukacs, Will Munro and Patryk Stasieczek The use of...


  • Where Does it Hurt? Curated by CCST Candidate Jonah Gray

    June 7th, 2014

    Where Does it Hurt? Curated by CCST Candidate Jonah Gray

    Opening: Friday, June 6, 8pm. June 7 to July 26,2014. CATHY BUSBY, DAVID MACWILLIAM, RACHELLE SAWATSKY, KRISTA BELLE STEWART Curated by JONAH GRAY Boris Groys recently claimed that artworks are inherently sick and require a curator to heal them by including them in an exhibition.[1] While this was likely more...


  • NO LUGAR (To Cameron Clow)

    April 6th, 2014

    Runs April 1st to April 28th 2014 Down on the Corner is happy to present Carlos Colín the final programmed artist @ Gene Cafe. NO LUGAR (To Cameron Clow) April 1st to April 28th 2014 Reception: Sunday April 6th 5.30-7pm Artist Talk at 6pm Carlos Colín (b Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico...


  • The Brood: Fan-Ling Suen

    March 21st, 2014

    Access Gallery: Join us for The Brood: Fan-Ling Suen’s opening reception on Friday March 21st, at 8pm-11pm. Fan-Ling’s sculptural practice investigates the complex nature of human relations and how we understand ourselves within the framework of institutions – particularly those that structure childhood experience. Her work navigates issues of memory,...


  • and Materials and Money and Crisis

    November 7th, 2013

    Exhibition runs November 7, 2013 to February 2, 2014 and Materials and Money and Crisis is a group exhibition that serves as an experimental proposition about the matter of capital as it exists in the artwork. Matter here has a double meaning. On the one hand flows of material and...


  • Beat Nation: Art, Hip Hop and Aboriginal Culture

    October 17th, 2013

    Exhibition runs October 17, 2013 to January 5, 2014 Beat Nation:  Art, Hip Hop and Aboriginal Culture describes a generation of artists who juxtapose urban culture with Aboriginal identity to create innovative and unexpected new works that reflect the realities of Aboriginal peoples today. Organized and circulated by the Vancouver...


  • NOT SENT LETTERS & GUESTS

    September 28th, 2013

    3 Hour Programme Only: 8-11pm interdisciplinary works by SARAH SHEARD ANNA MARIE REPSTOCK & MIKE CONROY DINKA PIGNON & IVA MLADENOVIC KATE HENDERSON (AHVA MFA Candidate) NEIL EUSTACHE & CHARLENE VICKERS an installation by SARAH SHAMASH musical performance by LEAH ABRAMSON & KORI MIYANISHI a new Not Sent Letters Set...


  • GHOST DANCE Activism. Resistance. Art.

    September 18th, 2013

    Exhibition runs September 18 – December 15, 2013 Ghost Dance: Activism. Resistance. Art. At the Intersection of Events and Artistic Practice Aboriginal Artists Manifest an Aesthetic of Resistance combines commissioned works, existing works and photographs from the Black Star Collection to examine the role of the artist as activist, as...


  • NET-ETH: Going out of the Darkness

    September 13th, 2013

    Opening reception September 13, 2013, 6:00 to 9:00 pm. Exhibition runs September 13 – 29, 2013. NET-ETH: Going out of the Darkness is a group exhibition of over twenty contemporary and traditional First Nations artists, among them are Indian Residential School survivors and their descendants whose work is a powerful...


  • Voice of the Unseen: Chinese Independent Art 1979 to Today

    June 1st, 2013

    Exhibition runs June 1 to November 24, 2013 Who are, where are they, and what are doing now the artists who, with the historical event of the 1979 exhibition on the “Wall of Democracy” of Xidan in Beijing, gave birth to the growingly influential stream of independent contemporary art in...


  • SHELL GAME: Marina Roy and Natasha McHardy

    May 23rd, 2013

    Opens Thursday, May 23rd, 7-9 pm. To June 29, 2013. Natasha McHardy and Marina Roy started working together to produce video works as the artist-duo Roy & McHardy in 2003. While maintaining their own separate practices over the past few years, their artwork continues to share an interest in materiality,...


  • Plaisance Group Exhibition

    April 19th, 2013

    Exhibition runs April 19 – June 22, 2013 Opening Reception: Friday, April 19 from 6-8 pm Artists: Jonathas de Andrade, Sven Augustijnen, Alejandro Cesarco, Tamara Henderson, Gareth James, Henrik Olesen, Willem de Rooij, Natascha Sadr Haghighian, and Florian Zeyfang Curated by Fionn Meade. http://www.midwayart.org/index.php Midway Contemporary Art 527 Second Avenue...


  • Anatomize Obfuscation

    January 16th, 2013

    Exhibition by Guadalupe Martinez, Jasmine Reimer, and Anna Wood The Commons is proud to present Anatomize Obfuscation, an exhibition of three female artists who work in assemblage sculpture, collage, and painting. These artists’ abstract use of ostensibly mundane materials speak of these common objects as charged with aesthetic potential. The...


  • Gareth James: Looking Back / The 7th White Columns Annual

    January 10th, 2013

    Opening Thursday, January 10, 6 – 8pm. January 10 – February 23, 2013 Participating artists: Yuji Agematsu Julie Ault / James Benning Lutz Bacher Martin Beck Kaucyila Brooke Leos Carax Moyra Davey Disband Peter Fend Liam Gillick and Henry Bond David Grubbs and Susan Howe Lawrence Abu Hamdan Alex Israel...


  • Have you Heard

    December 10th, 2012

    VISA 350 Students’ Prints Exhibition Come see what the VISA 350 students have been up to this term. An exhibition of copper and polymer-plate intaglio prints. December 10th and 11th, noon to 2:00 PM. Everyone welcome!


  • The Shift Show

    December 6th, 2012

    Location: Print Media Research Centre, Room 210 Wesbrook Building, 6174 University Blvd. Exhibition of a selection of prints by VISA 250 Students Come check out the Shift Show: a selection of prints by VISA 250 students on display in the Print Media Research Centre in room 210 of the Wesbrook...


  • Gu Xiong: Coquitlam Waterscapes

    December 1st, 2012

    Exhibition runs December 1st to January 19th Internationally celebrated mixed-media installation artist Gu Xiong examines the significance of rivers and their ability to stand as microcosms of our ever-changing, fluctuating world. He focuses on the inherent migration patterns found along BC’s Fraser River and China’s Yangzi River – revealing their...


  • Sticks and Stones

    November 30th, 2012

    Open Monday, December 3rd and Monday December 10th, 5-8 pm. Evan French and Marchien Veen are proud to present “sticks & stones” : the first of many things to fill an empty bracket. Drawings of sand and handcut dovetail boxes are amongst some of the things these young Vancouver artists...


  • SPLICE: At the Intersection of Art and Medicine

    October 23rd, 2012

    Exhibition runs October 23 – December 1, 2012 SPLICE: At the Intersection of Art and Medicine presents a scientific gaze at the human body by showcasing traditional anatomical art, complemented and challenged by contemporary artworks. A large-scale public showing of anatomical images by Maria Wishart, Eila Hopper-Ross, Nancy Joy, Dorothy...


  • Dana Claxton

    October 5th, 2012

    Exhibition runs October 5 to November 17, 2012 This new body of text based work was inspired by Claxton’s stay in Winnipeg for six weeks in 2007. Incorporating her roots as a poet, Claxton has made two video installations based on her original writings she did while in Winnipeg. The...


  • Out-Of-______ (Paris)

    September 22nd, 2012

    Opening September 22 at 8pm. September 22 – November 17, 2012 Featuring: Chris Burden, Harun Farocki, David Gilbert, Gareth James, Vishal Jugdeo, Peter Kirby, Oliver Laric, Simon Leung, Jan Mancuska, Job Piston, Miljohn Ruperto, Amie Siegel, Jill Spector, Diego Tonus, Kerry Tribe, Francesco Vezzoli and David Wojnarowicz. http://www.galeriedohyanglee.com/en


  • Wild New Territories

    September 18th, 2012

    Exbitibion runs concurrently at both locations from September 18th, 2012. Wild New Territoriesshowcases new visual art, media and performance works by a broad cross-section of award winning, and emerging, contemporary artists from a variety of geo-political backgrounds in an unusually natural setting. In the heart of urban Kings Cross London,...


  • 3 Days Off

    September 13th, 2012

    Exhibition runs September 13th to September 30th, 2012. “3 days off”, is an exhibition in two parts that presents the work of “a young artist in Vancouver”Dustin Brons. He points laconically, but never brusquely, to the latent humour embedded in the business of contemporary partying rituals and meditations on the...


  • Hail to the Destroyers: Opening Reception

    September 6th, 2012

    The Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery is pleased to present Hail to the Destroyers, an exhibition of work by the 2012 graduates of The University of British Columbia’s two-year Master of Fine Arts program: Ali Ahadi, Nelly Cesar, Kevin Day, Yan Luo, Nathan McNinch, and Lux Petrova.  These six...


  • New Xanadu: Kevin Murphy

    July 8th, 2012

    Opening Reception: July 8, 1-5 pm, in the Main Lawn. Artist Talk: August 2, 7pm, in the Garden Pavilion. Exhibition runs June 27 – August 18, 2012. Opening Reception: July 8, 1-5 pm, in the Main Lawn Artist Talk: August 2, 7pm, in the Garden Pavilion. UBC Botanical Garden and...


  • A/VERSION

    June 22nd, 2012

    A/VERSION: sophia bartholomew with kate barbaria, nelly césar, evan french, and you. Exhibition runs June 22 – July 10, 2012 “the reason i’m painting this way is because i want to be a machine.” because i want to be a factory. an assembly line of readymades: appropriated garments and regurgitated...


  • Fire/Fire – Abbas Akhavan and Marina Roy

    June 2nd, 2012

    Exhibition runs: June 1st – August 4th, 2012. Opening Reception Friday, June 1st 8pm – 10pm Fire/Fire Artists: Abbas Akhavan and Marina Roy This project was originally conceived by artist and curator Andrea Pinheiro. Artists Talk: Saturday, June 2, 1:00- 3:00 pm A conversation with Abbas Akhavan and Marina Roy,...


  • Sans Song: curated by CCST candidate Jenny Walton

    April 27th, 2012

    Sans Song: curated by CCST candidate Jenny Walton

    Opening reception: 26th April 2012 at 7pm. Exhibition runs to June 2, 2012. Introducing new works by Nathan McNinch and by Joshua Bonnetta, in conjunction with two pieces released in 1976 by Joan La Barbara, the artworks in Sans Song investigate the tools and instruments of vocal sonic production and...


  • Black Maria – Scott Billings

    April 27th, 2012

    Opening April 27th 7-12pm. Exhibition Runs April 27th – May 18th, 2012 TOPDOWN BOTTOMUP is pleased to present Black Maria, a video installation by local artist Scott Billings. Gallery open Wednesday to Friday 12 to 6pm Inspired by early film and the protocinematic devices of the late 18th century, Black...


  • Ali Ahadi

    April 6th, 2012

    Opening: Friday, 6 April, 7 – 11pm. To May 12, 2012. Exhibition Dates: Fri, 6 April – Sat, 12 May, 2012 Creative Contributor: Glenn Alteen This exhibition is comprised of multiple series of black and white photographs and a video that address the personal and sociopolitical context of working as...


  • Is it… is it just for laughs?

    March 15th, 2012

    Exhibition runs from March 15 – March 24, 2012 Opening Reception: March 15, 2012 7-10 pm (Snacks and drinks will be served) Is it… is it just for laughs? is a group exhibition of works by seven Vancouver-based student artists. Their works encourage the audience to have a humourous encounter...


  • Waterscapes: Reframed by Gu Xiong

    January 26th, 2012

    January 26 – March 25, 2012 Opening Reception, Thursday, January 26, 7pm Opening Remarks, 7:30pm by Michael Audain, Chair of the Board, National Gallery of Canada and Neil Chrystal, President and CEO, Polygon Homes Ltd. Hours of Operation: – Tues, Wed, Fri 10am — 5pm, Thurs 10am — 9pm, Sat...


  • Christine D’Onofrio; Falling Woman

    November 11th, 2011

    Opening Friday, November 11, 7pm. Exhibition runs to December 11, 2011. Falling Woman, an exhibition of work by Christine D’Onofrio, features a large scale, looped video depicting a woman trapped in a never-ending fall. The fall references many art historical works and media events.  From Yves Klein’s photomontage farce Leap...


  • Studies in Decay; curated by CCST Candidate Jonah Gray

    October 29th, 2011

    Exhibition – Raymond Boisjoly, Jordy Hamilton, Laura Piasta: Studies in Decay – Curated by CCST Candidate Jonah Gray Raymond Boisjoly, Jordy Hamilton, Laura Piasta: Studies in Decay October 29 — December 10, 2011 Opening Friday, October 28, 8PM Curated by Jonah Gray Or Gallery is pleased to present Raymond Boisjoly,...


  • Opening Reception for Happy: UBC Master of Fine Arts Graduation Exhibition

    September 8th, 2011

    http://www.belkin.ubc.ca/current/ubc-master-of-fine-arts-graduate-exhibition


  • The Pose Stands for Potentiality – an exhibtion featuring the work of Jordy Hamilton

    August 9th, 2011

    Curated by Toby Lawrence. Exhibition runs to October 14th. Working with the permanent art installation in the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre’s Ridington Room, The Pose Stands for Potentiality juxtaposes the University of British Columbia’s formal presidential portraits with a series of small works from Vancouver-based artist Jordy Hamilton. This...


  • I don’t know if it makes any sense – I feel quite dizzy and a little drunk due to the blow. I will return with more info shortly…

    June 24th, 2011

    Group exhibition with Gareth James. To July 23, 2011. Artists: Acconci Studio, Cory Arcangel, Matthew Brannon, Lucky DeBellevue, Cheryl Donegan, Gardar Eide Einarsson, Renee Green, Guyton\Walker, Alex Hubbard, Gareth James, JEQU, Josh Kline, Margaret Lee, Rose Marcus, Danny McDonald, Jonas Mekas, Sam Moyer, Ken Okiishi, Virginia Overton, Eileen Quinlan, Mika...


  • Signal and Noise, Media Art Festival

    June 23rd, 2011

    June 23 – 27, 2011 The 11th annual Signal + Noise Media Art Festival presents a collision of revolutionary Armenian Kino Cinema, remixes of ex-Yugoslav and CBC Television Broadcast ID Music, travelogues from an arctic sea voyage, and science fictional rediscovery of diminishing islands. The 2011 festival aims to create...


  • The End of Money

    May 21st, 2011

    Date: May 21, 2011 Location: Witte de With, Center for Contemporary Art, Witte de Withstraat 50, 3012 BR Rotterdam Group exhibition with Antonio (Tonel) Fernandez. To August 7, 2011. Opening: Saturday 21 May 2011 (6 – 9 pm) Performance by Goldin+Senneby at 7 pm Film Screening: Sunday 26 June 2011...


  • Poste Restante

    May 21st, 2011

    Conversation with Gareth James and Eric Fredericksen – Saturday, May 21, 2pm What are the outcomes of an exhibition that “refuses to deliver”? Gareth James, in conversation with curator Eric Fredericksen, will examine ideas of refusal, denial, and the strategies of exhibition-making. What is the status of the object within...


  • Rehearsal Research: curated by CCST candidate Sarah Todd

    April 19th, 2011

    Rehearsal Research: curated by CCST candidate Sarah Todd

    Justine Chambers, Holly Ward, Paul Kajander. Curated and coordinated by Sarah Todd. Closing reception and performance by Justine Chambers, April 28, 6 -9 PM. Tuesday April 19 – Thursday April 28 Open Tuesday – Saturday 12pm -5pm Rehearsal Research is a presentation of work made during the Rehearsal Research residency,...


  • A Corporeal Affair: Sabina Sutherland and Mikolaj Smolinski

    March 30th, 2011

    Exhibition runs from March 30 – April 24, 2011. Opening April 16th, 2 to 5pm. Dundarave Print Workshop presents: A Corporeal Affair with Sabina Sutherland and Mikolaj Smolinski. The exhibition runs from March 30 – April 24, 2011 and features recent print based work by Sabina and Mikolaj. A reception will...


  • Dana Claxton: Stop(the)Gap International Indigenous art in motion

    February 24th, 2011

    Stop(the)Gap: International Indigenous art in motion, Feb 24 to April 21, 2011. 2011 BigPond Adelaide Film Festival and Samstag Museum of Art present: Stop(the)Gap: International Indigenous art in motion Moving image installations, screenings and discussions featuring works by Warwick Thornton (Australia), Rebecca Belmore (Canada), Dana Claxton (Canada), Alan Michelson (USA),...


  • Marina Roy: What’s pushed out the door comes back through the window (part 2)

    February 18th, 2011

    Opening Friday, February 18, 7pm. Artist talk Saturday, February 19, 3pm. Exhibition runs to March 20, 2011. Marina Roy’s exhibition What’s pushed out the door comes back through the window (part 2) sets up an arena of discursive activity between human, animal, myth, psychoanalysis, literature, and biopolitics. The artworks betray...


  • IDENTIVERSE

    February 13th, 2011

    Opening Reception, Sunday March 13, 4 to 8 pm. To Friday March 18, 2011. Exhibition of 3rd year painting and 4th year Art Theory students.


  • Marina Roy: What’s pushed out the door comes back through the window

    December 4th, 2010

    Exhibition runs to February 26, 2011. Or satellite gallery, Berlin, Germany Marina Roy’s exhibition What’s pushed out the door comes back through the window sets up an arena of discursive activity between human, animal, myth, psychoanalysis, literature, and biopolitics. The artworks—two and three dimensional works as well as moving image—cull...


  • No Windows

    November 27th, 2010

    Satellite Gallery’s First Group Show. To January 23, 2011. Satellite Gallery’s First Group Show Invites the Public to Decode the Conventions of Art and Exhibition-Making. No Windows, on view at Satellite Gallery from November 27, 2010 to January 23, 2011, is the result of a unique collaboration between the Department...


  • Four Directions – Dana Claxton, Isabelle Hayeur, Werner Herzog and Val Klassen

    September 26th, 2010

    Toronto Brickworks – September 26 to December 31, 2010 From September 26 to December 31, 2010, an environmentally themed video installation entitled Four Directions will be on show in celebration of the opening of Evergreen at the Brickworks in Toronto. Through this exhibition, public art organization No. 9 Contemporary Art...


  • Mikolaj Smolinski: “Canadian Exhibition of Contemporary Printmaking” (group exhibition exchange)

    September 20th, 2010

      Show runs to October 20, 2010. An exhibition of 10 Canadian Artists working with Print organized in joint effort by Guy Langevin, co-director of the Biennale internationale d’estampe contemporaine de Trois-Rivires and Prof. Qi Fengge, of Shenzhen University.  The project served as an exchange of 10 selected Canadian Artists...


  • NOVEL – Gareth James

    September 10th, 2010

    Opening reception: Friday September 9th. Runs through October 10, 2010. NOVEL * Ed Atkins, Nick Mauss, Henri Chopin, Nicholas Byrne, Oscar Tuazon, Henrik Olesen, Gareth James, Michaela Eichwald, Merlin Carpenter, Josef Strau, Michael Krebber, R.H. Quaytman, Simon Thompson, Bernadette Corporation, Kirsten Pieroth, Christian Flamm, Camp David, Sergej Jensen. dépendance http://www.dependance.be


  • Beyond Imaginings: Eight artists encounter Ontario’s Greenbelt

    June 19th, 2010

    This summer, Harbourfront Centre unveils a new large-scale photographic exhibition along Toronto’s waterfront. The subject: the world’s largest Greenbelt. Artists: Becky Comber, Keesic Douglas (MFA Candidate), Martie Giefert, Mark Kasumovic, Rob MacInnis, Erin Riley, Meera Margaret Singh, Garett Walker. Curatorial Statement Ontario is home to one of the largest natural...


  • Expo Mad Junk: Mad is Mad

    May 6th, 2010

    The opening of the group show “Mad is Mad” in Madrid features “junk art” and includes the work of UBC alumna, Heather Passmore.


  • Celebrating the Image

    March 11th, 2010

    An exhibition of video works by UBC visual arts students. Constant technological advancements in recent years have significantly impacted the production and consumption of images. Such developments open many new possibilities but has also important cultural implications as they are changing the ways we create and understand images. This poses...


  • Re: View (New Ways of Seeing)

    February 4th, 2010

    VISA 430 Class: Mixed Media Works Feb. 4 – 11, 2010 12p – 2p Daily Reception on Friday, Feb. 5, 4p – 6p.  


  • Learning from Vancouver

    January 30th, 2010

    January 30 to March 6, 2010 Learning from Vancouver Exhibition and Symposium Bik Van der Pol and Urban Subjects: in dialogue Curated by Alissa Firth-Eagland and Johan Lundh Exhibition: January 30 to March 6, 2010 Opening reception: January 29, 2010, 8 PM Symposium: January 29 to 31, 2010 According to...


  • Border Zones: New Art Across Cultures

    January 23rd, 2010

    Exhibition marking the launch of the ‘new’ Museum of Anthropology – through September 12, 2010 January 23, 2010 – September 12, 2010 Curated by Karen Duffek, MOA Curator of Contemporary Visual Arts. Presented with Vancouver 2010 Cultural Olympiad. Border Zones: New Art Across Cultures is an exhibition of international contemporary...


  • Backstory: Nuuchaanulth Ceremonial Curtains and the Work of Ḳi-ḳe-in

    January 16th, 2010

    through to 28 March, 2010 17 January to 28 March, 2010 — Opening reception: Saturday, January 16, 3 to 5pm — Symposium: Talking about Thliitsapilthim, Nuuchaanulth Ceremonial Curtains Friday, January 15, 10 am – 5:30 pm Saturday, January 16, 10 am – 12:30 pm VANCOUVER: Curated by Professor Charlotte Townsend-Gault...


  • Richard Ibghy & Marilou Lemmens

    January 15th, 2010

    January 15 to February 14, 2010 VU CENTRE DE DIFFUSION ET DE PRODUCTION DE LA PHOTOGRAPHIE Wednesday to Sunday, 12pm to 5pm Richard Ibghy and Marilou Lemmens have been working together since 2002 in installation and sound art, video and photography. They enquire into the construction of meaning in identity,...


  • THIS IS THE FUTURE, the Rest is History

    December 12th, 2009

    Featuring work by alumni, Raymond Boisjoly and Ryan Peter, through January 9 in Seattle TARL announces its first public project, an exhibition by Vancouver artists Raymond Boisjoly and Ryan Peter, on view at 1447 21st Ave in Seattle, with an artist talk at Western Bridge preceding the opening. Using a...


  • MORPH

    December 9th, 2009

    A creative transitioning UBC VISA 330 Undergraduate Exhibition 2009 Working within the theme of “transformation” on a personal and universal level, Morph is an exhibition of paintings that offer multiple aspects of individuals’ creative focus, academic backgrounds, personal stories and global perspectives. In preceding projects, students have researched and reinterpreted...


  • Surveilling Public Space: Perspectives on Spectacle

    November 18th, 2009

    18 – 21 November, 2009 (Wed – Sat) Gallery Hours: 1:00PM – 5:00PM Free Admission Opening with Performative Act: Nov 18, 2009 (Wed) 7:00PM Simon Fraser University (Communication) and the Vancouver Public Space Network present a public art exhibition by various artists at the Interurban Gallery from November 18 – 21,...


  • Samplings: Painters Survey the 20C

    October 28th, 2009

    Reception, October 30, 2009 at 5pm Gu Xiong’s VISA 330 001 class show,


  • Speaking Out: A Lamentation for Parrhesian Strategies

    October 23rd, 2009

    Curated by Sadira Rodrigues “My intention was not to deal with the problem of truth, but with the problem of truth-teller or truth-telling as an activity … Who is able to tell the truth? What are the moral, the ethical, and the spiritual conditions which entitle someone to present himself...


  • Race: Proposals in Truth and Reconciliation

    September 12th, 2009

    Curated by Sadira Rodrigues What are the possibilities of talking about race today? It is critical that we continue to challenge the conditions of racism, marginality, exclusion, and xenophobia. But how does one approach talking about a subject whose archaeologies of knowledge have been laden with histories of conflict and...


  • Denise Hawrysio vs Al Masson

    September 11th, 2009

    From 11 September – 11 October 2009 OPENING FRIDAY 11th September, 5pm – 8pm Denise Hawrysio Etching Plate as Shield Denise Hawrysio work pursues the conceptual possibilities of printmaking, especially in relation to her notion of site-specificity. Hawrysio produces her prints by employing external agents: human and physical. The prints...


  • MORE ENLIGHTENMENT

    September 10th, 2009

    David Cunningham Kathleen Ritter Sylvain Sailly Zoe Tissandier (MFA Candidate) Amy Zion September 10—October 3, 2009 SWARM Opening September 10, 7pm Artist Talk September 23, 7:30pm Gallery Hours Wed—Sat | 1pm—7pm MORE ENLIGHTENMENT gathers five Vancouver artists — together their work builds a set of possibilities for thinking about the...


  • THE DEAD 2

    September 8th, 2009

    Opening Reception, September 10, 2009, 8pm – 11pm – Part of SWARM 2009 The Dead 2 highlights the work of ten painters who currently live and or have lived in Vancouver – Shea Allan-McCachen Paul A. Carr Jordy Hamilton Nick Lakowski Phillip McCrum Alicia Munro Kevin Murphy Ryan Peter Anna...


  • Caught in the Middle

    August 24th, 2009

    Paintings, drawings, photographs and poems by Yoriko Gillard, 1 pm to 4:30 pm daily This exhibition reflects the artist’s intercultural experiences between Canada and Japan. Yoriko Gillard was born in Japan and is currently a student taking courses at UBC. This is her first solo show, and she sees this...


  • Cosmologies: anything that exists has a beginning; curated by CCST candidate Daina Warren

    July 4th, 2009

    Cosmologies: anything that exists has a beginning; curated by CCST candidate Daina Warren

    Opening, Friday, July 3, 2009. Artist Talk: July 4, 2009 at 2pm. Show runs July 4 to August 8, 2009. Jason Baerg, Dana Claxton Lewis deSoto, Richard Tawhanga Kereopa This multi-media group exhibition deals with complex cultural systems created by individual artists from various Indigenous cultures. These systems of knowing...


  • Windows; an exhibition by Gwenassa Lam

    June 11th, 2009

    Gwenessa Lam (BFA 2001) In the series Windows, Gwenessa Lam explores the notion of absence through paintings of vacant windows and walls. The windowed wall is a liminal space between the interior and exterior. It suggests a potential to see, to visualize the other side without physically entering into the...


  • Even Though We Are Not Together; an exhibition by Ron Tran

    May 23rd, 2009

    Opening reception Saturday 23 May, 7 – 11pm. Exhibition open Sunday 24 May, 12 – 5pm and Monday 25 May, 12 – 5pm. Curated by Charo Neville, CCST graduate 2006. Busking and feeding pigeons; Exotic World Museum and Puff Pipes; Our Community Bikes and Bill’s Glass Ltd.; Ilosam Frames &...


  • Ménagerie; Abbas Akhavan and Marina Roy

    April 21st, 2009

    Exhibition from April 21st until May 10th 2009 Ménagerie Abbas Akhavan Marina Roy Residency from April 4th until April 24th 2009 Exhibition from April 21st until May 10th 2009 SWARM / Opening April 21st, 6 – 9 PM Artist talk April 23rd, 6H30 PM At DAÏMÕN’s StudiÕ and at AXENÉO7,...


  • Prints

    March 26th, 2009

    Thursday March 26 through Friday April 3 Reception Wednesday April 1, 5 to 6 pm This exhibition features innovative digital, etching, screen, collagraph, and woodblock prints, and many works combining a variety of these print media, produced in second and third-year print media classes (VISA 250-001, 002 and 003, VISA...


  • Social Spectrum

    March 16th, 2009

    Through to March 22nd. Part of the UBC-OKANAGAN photography exchange. This is the first of what we hope will be an ongoing exchange of student exhibitions between the two campus’ of UBC.


  • Interdepartmental Critique: Krista Dragomer & Julio Lopez

    March 10th, 2009

      Please join us for the upcoming Interdepartmental Critique of recent work by MFA students Krista Dragomer and Julio Lopez.


  • Lägenheten (Apartment)

    March 10th, 2009

    VISA 410 Interactive Installation Exhibition Sovrum (Bedroom): Micky Burgess, Jordana Hovis, & Dina Maani. Kök (Kitchen): Russell Case, Jeff Chang, Jessica Delisle, & Lauren Mckenna. Rekreation (Recreation): Annabelle Au, Man Tim Tsui, Jaime Yee, Jeen Yee, & Eric Yuen. Utomhus (Outside): Danny Askew, Kath Blair, & Andrew Lunny.   Open...


  • Cosmologies: anything that exists has a beginning; curated by CCST candidate Daina Warren

    March 7th, 2009

    Opening, Friday, July 3, 2009. Artist Talk: July 4, 2009 at 2pm. Show runs July 4 to August 8, 2009. Jason Baerg, Dana Claxton Lewis deSoto, Richard Tawhanga Kereopa This multi-media group exhibition deals with complex cultural systems created by individual artists from various Indigenous cultures. These systems of knowing...


  • Mind the Gap

    February 25th, 2009

    2nd Year Printmaking Show Denise Hawrysio’s VISA 250 print class will be holding a small installation this Wednesday, February 25th, 2009 in the Lum Space. The project called Mind the Gap encouraged an experimental approach to printmaking, while at the same time addresses the what the art historian John Berger...


  • Survey #6: To Range One’s Gaze Leisurely Over

    February 9th, 2009

    Date: February 09, 2009 Time: 12:00 PM Location: Dorothy Somerset Studios, Rm 110, 6361 University Boulevard Undergraduate exhibition. Closing reception, Friday February 13, 4 pm – 7 pm An exhibition of works by: Alicia Munro, Kevin Murphy, Julia Higgs, Jaylene McDonald, Leah Perry, Mike Macri, Jodie Mak, Jessica Delisle &...


  • HOW SOON IS NOW: Contemporary Art from Here

    February 7th, 2009

    Contemporary BC Artists. Through to May 3, 2009. With ahva MFA graduates Abbas Akhavan, Raymond Boisjoly, Kyla Mallett, Luanne Martineau, Marina Roy, Rhonda Weppler and Trevor Mahovsky. Opening, February 6th, 7-10pm How Soon Is Now is a selection of recent art from the province of British Columbia. Drawing on diverse...


  • “NEW WORK”: Michael Morris, Paul Wong, Attila Richard Luckacs and Ignacio Corral

    January 7th, 2009

    Four Vancouver artists welcome the New Year by collaborating to exhibit work for two weeks at the site of the old A&B Sound at 556 Seymour Street in downtown Vancouver. Opening Tuesday January 6th @ 6-9pm Michael Morris is a senior Canadian artist known for his dynamic paintings of the...


  • Local

    December 5th, 2008

    Local is an exhibition of 22 Vancouver artists curated by The Apartment in collaboration with Fillip Magazine. Abbas Akhavan, Kim Kennedy Austin, Raymond Boisjoly, Colleen Brown, Sabine Bitter, Barb Choit, Andrew Dadson, Jason Fitzpatrick, Jacob Gleeson, Andrew Herft, Jeremy Hof, Cameron Kerr, Jeff Khonsary, Jacquie Leggatt, Sara Mameni, Brad Phillips,...


  • Alicia Munro – The Sebastians

    November 17th, 2008

    Opening: Monday November 17, 6-8pm, continues November 17-21, 12-4pm In September I traveled to Kelowna, BC to visit my grandparents. At their house, I gathered photographs from their family albums. I used these images to make a painting every day for the month of October. The photographs span fifty years...


  • Persistent Resistance: Early Feminist Video in Vancouver (Day 2)

    November 8th, 2008

    This two evening event celebrates early feminist video practice by artists working in Vancouver in the 70s and 80s. 7pm: Early Video by Elizabeth Vander Zaag, and artist talk 8:30 : Experimental Short Video by Marion Barling, Kate Craig, Crista Dahl, Deborah Fong, Saralee James, Nomi Kaplan, Shawn Preus, Ruby...


  • Persistent Resistance: Early Feminist Video in Vancouver (Day 1)

    November 7th, 2008

    This two evening event celebrates early feminist video practice by artists working in Vancouver in the 70s and 80s. 7pm: Reception and launch of Documentaries and The Rise Of Women’s Collectives. Work by Amelia Productions, Peg Campbell, Paula Levine, Reel Feelings Media, Barbara Steinman and Women in Focus. Tapes available...


  • Anonymous Atrocities – art by Mikolaj Smolinski and Marijke Nap

    October 24th, 2008

    October 20 – November 9 Opening Reception on October 24 from 7 – 10 pm


  • THUMBSUCKER

    October 23rd, 2008

    October 23rd to November 14th, 2008 The Visual Art Theory class for Studio is pleased to announce its upcoming group exhibition, Thumbsucker.  Featuring mixed media work by Erin Catherall, Rebecca Chen, Anna Cheung, Lok Him Fung, Dawn Goldberg, Perrin Grauer, Ervin Hadzic, Christopher Hettel, Jordana Hovis, Karen La, Anthony Lam, ...


  • NEIGHBOURS – Marina Roy and Abbas Akhavan

    October 17th, 2008

    Opening OCTOBER 17, 8 PM, Artist Talk OCTOBER 21, 8 PM This October 17th, VIVO Media Arts Centre will premier new works by Marina Roy and Abbas Akhavan. For most Vancouverites, the transformation of domestic space and its discontents are a fact of life. But for Roy and Akhavan some...


  • David Claerbout

    October 10th, 2008

    October 10 – December 7, 2008 The Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery is pleased to present a solo exhibition of work by the Belgian artist David Claerbout. The exhibition will transform the gallery to show a selection of video installations that date from 1996 to the present. This exhibition...


  • THE DEAD

    September 4th, 2008

    Opening September 4, 2008, 6pm – 12am GNW Studios – Part of SWARM 2008. The Dead highlights the work of nine painters who currently live and or have lived in Vancouver – Paul Carr, Jordy Hamilton, Phillip McCrum, Alicia Munro, Kevin Murphy, Ryan Peter, Byron Peters, Marina Roy and Andrew...


  • The Sooner the Better Late Than Never: UBC Master of Fine Arts Graduate Exhibition 2008

    September 4th, 2008

    September 5 – 21, 2008, Opening reception: Thursday September 4, 7 to 10pm The Belkin Art Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of work by the 2008 graduates of UBC’s two-year Master of Fine Art program. Raymond Boisjoly’s focus is the equivocal status of materiality in the active pursuit...


  • Showroom

    June 6th, 2008

    Date: June 06, 2008 Time: 8:00 PM Location: 2 West Hastings, Vancouver, BC Kristina Lee Podesva and Inge Roecker in collaboration with Michelle Allard, Marianne Bos, Patrick Chan, Paul de Guzman, Vanessa Kwan, Gwenessa Lam, Heidi Nagtegaal, Alex Pensato, Ryan Peter and Jordan Strom. Exhibition Dates: June 6 – July 12,...


  • Everything Is Not Lost; curated by CCST candidate Kim Nguyen

    April 19th, 2008

    Curated by CCST candidate Kim Nguyen, an exhibition featuring the work of Christian Nguyen, Nhan Duc Nguyen, Pipo Nguyen-duy, and Khanh Vo, four contemporary artists who address themes of family, loss, and the intricacies of memory. Everything Is Not Lost features the work of Christian Nguyen, Nhan Duc Nguyen, Pipo...


  • Dark Liquid

    April 12th, 2008

    Show runs April 12th to June 2nd Please join UBC Master’s of Fine Arts student, Shea Allan-McCachen for the opening of a new mural show, entitled Dark Liquid, on Saturday April 12 from 8-11pm, at the Blackwater Café (280 Carrall Street – at Cordova). The mammoth scale in which Shea...


  • Frontierism

    March 27th, 2008

    Juan Gaitan, a PhD candidate in art history at the University of British Columbia and the co-curator of Exponential Future at the Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, participate. Thursday, March 27, 8pm Juan A. Gaitán (curator) Speakeasy: Frontierism is a series that addresses notions of unchecked urban expansion within...


  • Lum Space – 2nd and 3rd Year Print

    March 24th, 2008

    Work from the 2nd and 3rd year print class. Maria Anna Parolin and Barbara Zeigler supervise.


  • Vanguard Magazine Retrospective

    January 25th, 2008

    Published in the 1970s and 80s, Vanguard was a prominent arts and culture magazine. Vanguard critically explored Vancouver’s vibrant art scene and kept its readers abreast of international developments. A number of local and national arts critics, gal Introductory remarks by Josh Hite, Jacqueline Mabey, Charlotte Townsend-Gault, and William Wood...


  • Lum Space Exhibit – “Between worlds” by Mehran Modarres-Sadeghi

    January 14th, 2008

      “How do you feel when you are in the middle of a typical conversation and you become the target of stereotyped questions? The sense of being between cultures for me has been very strong and being aware of the cultural differences does not make things any easier. The recent...


  • “The Expression” – Ilsoo Kyung Maclaurin

    January 2nd, 2008

    Date: January 02, 2008 Time: 11:00 AM Location: Delta Arts Council – Tsawwassen Arts Centre, 1172 56th St, Delta BC Runs January 2nd to 31st,  Mon-Fri 11am-4pm with an opening reception on January 11th, 7-9 pm.  Ilsoo is a visual arts student at UBC.


  • Denise Hawrysio – Artist in Residence

    December 4th, 2007

    Artist in Residence Denise Hawrysio will be showing her work along side Masters of Fine Arts Candidates at this year’s MFA Open Studios. Tuesday December 4, 2007, 3-6pm Reception to follow from 7- 10pm


  • Lum Space Exhibit: “Yac-Tac”

    December 3rd, 2007

    Student exhibit by the Yac-Tac Artist Collective. Justine Cheung, Janice Cheung, Peggy Ngan, and Karen Ngan. Opening Party with special performance Mon Dec 3rd 8-10pm.  Runs Tue 10-5, Wed 10-5, Thur 10-9, Fri 10-3.   The Young Asian Twin Artist Collective stems from the uniqueness of Yac-Tac culture.  One that...


  • Who Am You? and other nauseas

    October 15th, 2007

    Third Year Drawing Exhibition Opening Reception: Oct 15th, 5-7pm. Show runs until Oct 17th.


  • Five from Hornby

    September 29th, 2007

    Date: September 29, 2007 Time: 10:00 AM Features work by 5 artists living on Hornby Island.  Artists will be in attendance Saturday September 29th, 2 – 5pm “Five from Hornby” is a show of works by five artists currently living on Hornby Island.  Coral Barclay does dreamy Hornby land, sea and...


  • The Black Slip – The Painting of Jane Billaux

    September 15th, 2007

    Recent Acquisitions exhibition, featuring the work of artist Jane Billaux.  Runs until Oct 27/07. This exhibit was co-curated and researched by Jacquline Mabey, Master of Arts Candidate, Critical and Curatorial Studies. Opening at the West Vancouver Museum on September 15, The Black Slip: The Painting of Jane Billaux is a recent...


  • REDRESS EXPRESS – Exhibition and Symposium

    August 3rd, 2007

    “Chinese Restaurants and the Head Tax Issue in Canadian Art” The exhibition “REDRESS EXPRESS: Chinese Restaurants and the Head Tax Issue in Canadian Art” features recent photography, video and installations by five Chinese-Canadian artists: Gu Xiong (Vancouver), Shelly Low (Montreal), Ho Tam (Victoria, BC), Karen Tam (Montreal), and Kira Wu...


  • Limits of Tolerance: Re-framing Multicultural State Policy; curated by CCST candidate Liz Park

    May 19th, 2007

    Limits of Tolerance: Re-framing Multicultural State Policy; curated by CCST candidate Liz Park

    EXHIBITION: May 19 to June 23, 2007. Guest Curator: Liz Park,candidate in the CCST program. OPENING: Friday May 18, 8pm Gallery Hours: Tuesday to Saturday, 11:00 -18:00, Sunday-Monday closed SYMPOSIUM: Saturday May 26, 14:00 to 17:00, UBC Robson Square theatre A group exhibition with works by Dana Claxton, Stan Douglas, Laiwan,...


  • 451 Exhibition Opens Tuesday

    April 10th, 2007

    Everyone welcome. Art History, Visual Art and Theory http://www.ahva.ubc.ca


  • “City of Rich Gate” Art Exhibition

    March 24th, 2007

    In 2005, UBC Professors Gu Xiong, Kit Grauer, Rita Irwin and Emily Carr Prof. Ruth Beer traveled to China to share their work with universities and communities in cities including Chongqing, Beijing and Xi’an. During that trip, they showed the &quo UBC and Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design...


  • The Puffin Hunter: Eleanor Morgan

    February 9th, 2007

    Opening Reception Friday February 9, 8pm Artist talk Saturday February 10, 2pm Exploring the complex relationship between the human and animal worlds, Eleanor Morgan’s practice examines empathy in light of cultural and personal politics. The artist writes, we can only understand animals as metaphors for our own behavior, so there...


  • Touching Home: Exhibition by Jacquelin Connelly, Shawna Muhic and Kerri Reid

    January 25th, 2007

    Presented by the North Vancouver Art Council: These artists use metal, fibre, wool and found materials to explore the disintegration in objects. By using laborious methods and techniques usually associated with craft making, they address the fine line between art and craft.


  • Oh, What A Blow That Phantom Gave Me!

    January 19th, 2007

    UBC Master of Fine Arts Exhibition Raymond Bisjoly, Melanie Bond, Natalie Doonan & Christian Chaumont, Jesse Gray, Joshua Hite, Paul Kajander, Marilou Lemmens & Richard Ibghy, Elizabeth Milton, Colin Miner, Ryan Peter, Kristina Podesva, Sarah Turner Oh, What a Blow That Phantom Gave Me! features new works by the University...


  • Makeshift; curated by CCST candidate Veronika Klaptocz

    April 8th, 2004

    Makeshift; curated by CCST candidate Veronika Klaptocz

    8 April – 1 May 2004 Opening Reception:  Wednesday 7 April 2004,  8 -10 pm Curators’ Talk: Saturday 17 March, 3 pm, at Interurban Work by Dirk Bahmann, Keren Ben Zeev, Jeremy Downie, Ismail Farouk, Sphiwe Gama, Nicholas Hlobo, Alison Kearney, Kasia Kwiecinska, Brenton Maart, Vivienne Mahloko, Desné Masie, Toni...


  • Belkin Invitational: UBC Master of Fine Arts Graduate Exhibition 2003

    September 5th, 2003

    5 September – 21 September 2003 Jerry Allen, Dick Averns, Christine D’Onofrio, and Jennifer Pickering Occurring at a juncture of professional art practice, historical study and critical theory, this exhibition marks the graduation of four artists from the MFA in Visual Art program at the University of British Columbia. Through...


  • Various Properties; curated by CCST candidate Katie Spicer with Heather Bjorgan, Alice Edwards and Kiriko Watanabe

    January 17th, 2003

    17 January – 9 March, 2003. Opening Reception: Thursday, 16 January, 8 – 10 pm The Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery is pleased to announce that the inaugural exhibition of the Critical Curatorial Studies Masters program at the University of British Columbia opens January 17, 2003. Graduating students Heather...


  • Dogwood: UBC Master of Fine Arts Graduate Exhibition 2002

    September 13th, 2002

    13 September – 22 September 2002 Sean Alward, Gavin Hipkins, Tim Lee, Natasha McHardy and Ann Shelton The Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery is pleased to present this year’s Masters of Fine Arts graduate exhibition: Dogwood. This is an excellent opportunity to view the work of five emerging artists...


  • Present: UBC Master of Fine Arts Graduate Exhibition 2001

    September 14th, 2001

    14 September – 30 September 2001 Sylvia Grace Borda, Keith Langergraber, Daphne Locke and Misa Nikolic This is an excellent opportunity to view an exciting, new generation of artists, working in media such as printmaking, drawing, installation and painting. This year’s exhibition features the work of Sylvia Grace Borda, Keith...