Throughout the program, Visual Arts students get lots of opportunity to show their work publicly, culminating in a final gallery show at the end of their second year.
Our alumni are working hard!
Student and Alumni Shows and Successes
Erin Berry - Pathologia | Xchanges Artists' Gallery | Victoria
Dan Law - Recent commissions: Catch of the Day, a permanent art installation at the National Museum of Nature (in collaboration with artist Pete Clarkson) | Ottawa, ON
Sea Change, permanent public art installation at the Ucluelet Aquarium (a collaborative project with artist Pete Clarkson) | Ucluelet, BC
Artist in residence exhibtion - AIR - Alan Batey Library & Learning Commons, Camosun | Victoria
Neah Kelly - Problem Finding ≥Problem Solving | 50/50 | Victoria
Angela Teng - shortlisted for prestigious 2017 RBC Painting Award.
Alumni Zoe Kreye - Make Our Own Air | Space Studios | London UK
Jess Willa Wheaton - Archipelago | THE CHIMNEY | New York
Alysha Farling - Daydreaming & the Long Burn Out | ach.hive Gallery | Victoria
Sarah Stein - Freelance Photography | InStyle Magazine - This Beautiful Engagement in Prague Took 2 Years to Plan—And HE Said Yes
Nadia Myre - Koerner Artist in Residence | Queen's University | Kingston, Ontario
Angela Teng, Jess Willa Wheaton, Nate Bomford - It's in the Making | Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
Megan K. Quigley - Mother Tongue | Camosun Exhibition | Victoria
Jess Willa Wheaton - Representing Rainbows | Gerald Peters Gallery | New York
Rick Leong (Alumni and Faculty) - The Transformation of Things | Richmond Art Gallery | Richmond
Samantha Radons (Embarrassment Suit) and Kazmear A. Johnston (Reconstructions) - part of annual Vertical Gallery | Open Space | Victoria
Zoe Kreye - FutureLoss @ Grunt Gallery | Vancouver
Jess Willa Wheaton - Receptive Fields @ Edward Thorp Gallery | New York
Angela Teng - Pushing Paint @ Equinox Gallery | Vancouver
Nadia Myre wins $50,000 top Canadian art award, the prestigious Sobey Art Award for 2014 | Winnipeg Art Gallery in Winnipeg, Manitoba
Visual Arts blog
The Visual Arts program is the gathering of creative problem solvers, and creative analytical thinking is its language. We give students the fundamental studio and academic skills they need to 'make' art. On our blog, we showcase projects and other events.
Visual Arts Videos
For more videos from the Visual Arts program, visit our YouTube channel.