AHVA alumni push the boundaries of technique and form. In doing this, they change the way we understand the world. Explore some of the interesting career paths and journeys of our alumni.
"As an undergraduate, I found the active research agenda of many of my professors contagious."
“Make as many connections as possible while in school and continually build on those relationships to foster professional opportunities once you graduate.”
Wallace has said that his experience at UBC was enriched by a progressive learning environment, his fellow students, good facilities such as the library, informed and active teachers, and a contemporary cultural program of wide scope.
Lum’s advice for incoming students of the Department of Art History, Visual Art and Theory is to “remember that the world is a lot bigger, more complex and contradictory than what one learns in AHVA or any other department.
Another word of advice is to remember that sometimes form and content appear as opposites.” He also urges graduating students to always keep in mind the terms “realpolitik” and “subject position,” ...