Amy Malbeuf successfully defended her thesis for the degree of Master of Fine Art (Visual Art) this past summer.
Her thesis show titled apihkêw was at the Alternator Gallery for Contemporary Art
Jordan Bennett successfully defended his thesis for the degree of Master of Fine Art (Visual Art), titled Ktaqamkuk: Remembering and Re-Imagining our Relations.
His show at the Vernon Art gallery titled Mniku addressed the re-contextualizes history written by European settlers in the past through a contemporary indigenous lens.
The second semester of the senior photography class at UBCO is devoted to developing the student’s individual vision. There are no projects assigned and each person is encouraged to research and begin to investigate subject matter and styles of working that are relevant and meaningful to themselves. The results are seen here as early worlds in the new careers of emerging artists.
The work has been divided into two exhibition with two distinct orientations. The first group’s work uses the landscape as a starting point for inspiration and the second group uses the figure as its central theme.
Kelsie Balehowdky, Faith Clancy, Taylor Crain, Shea Hermanson, Natalie Kreining , Michelle Mackay, Mandira Rajasheker, Gemma Rose, Ali Young
Catriona Blair, Pilar Guinea, Emerald Holden, Dean Krawchuck, Alia Popoff, Ashley Taron
Welcome to the world of Playtime. A place you can enter with an open imagination, and create bonding moments with both friends and strangers alike. With the elimination of rules people should feel free to express themselves as openly as children do. Our aim in creating this exhibit is to engage adults in the idea of play – a concept often masked by adult responsibilities. We want you to feel free and open to follow your childhood inhibitions.