The AHVA Gallery provides a site for student and faculty to showcase their artistic and curatorial collaborations; from within the department, the university as a whole, and artists and art students outside the university community.
This 185 square metre, purpose-built, contemporary exhibition space serves as a lab space for our visual art, art history, and curatorial studies programs.
The gallery allows for interactions on issues relating to art, culture, and creative research. Each academic year, the gallery showcases students, faculty, and fellow artists through the BFA, MFA, faculty exhibitions and selected curatorial projects.
The AHVA Gallery is located in room 1001 in the Audain Art Centre at 6398 University Boulevard, University of British Columbia, Vancouver.
During exhibitions, the AHVA Gallery is open from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm, Tuesday to Friday, and is closed on holidays.
We look forward to seeing you at the AHVA Gallery. Here is what we are doing to ensure the well-being of both Gallery staff and visitors.
Before you visit the gallery:
- Please self-assess before visiting and stay home if you are not feeling well
- To keep our visitor numbers aligned with physical distancing rules, you may be asked to queue outside if the gallery is at capacity
- No food or drink in the gallery
What to expect:
- Plexiglass shielding has been installed at the front desk
- We will ask you to sanitize your hands when you enter the building
- We will ask you to wear a mask inside the gallery, following UBC’s COVID safety policy
- We will ask you to keep your coat and bag with you during your visit
- Please follow the directions of AHVA Gallery staff; they will point out how to maintain a two-metre distance from those outside your party. We ask that children stay with an adult during their visit.
- The AHVA Gallery will be closed for short cleaning periods between visits, where required.
For the latest information on COVID-19, please visit the Province of British Columbia’s website.