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Category Archives: 2013-14
The Department of Art History, Visual Art and Theory at UBC is pleased to present Marinate Me, this year’s BFA/BA Visual Art Graduating Exhibition at the Audain Art Centre.
For the first time, this exhibition will be housed the Audain Art Centre. Featuring works from both an open and closed call, the exhibition will showcase student work in the new AHVA Gallery and the 3rd Floor undergraduate studios.
March 14 to March 29, 2014.
Teaching Material is an exhibition about art and education, whether the education of the artists themselves or their attempts to educate others. Each work considers the different sites of learning as an integral aspect of education. In some cases this means examining objects or spaces that have fallen into disuse or become outmoded, such as the paper encyclopedia or an abandoned schoolhouse.
Exhibition runs February 12 to March 1, 2014.
Please join the Department of Art History, Visual Art and Theory, UBC at the new AHVA Gallery on Wednesday, February12th between 5 and 7pm for the opening of Denise, an exhibition showcasing recent graduate work from a diverse and newly enmeshed group of students.
Green. Red. Go. Stop. Fast. Slow. Forwards. Backwards. We concern ourselves on a daily basis with ways of depicting and capturing different states of motion. It is a concept that is both ancestral and modern. One that has permeated art practice since the beginning of human expression.
This new exhibition presented by the Department of Art History, Visual Art and Theory will include Christos Dikeakos’s archive of the 1969 Photo Show and many of the original works originally exhibited in 1969. The intent of the exhibition is to explore what made the art scene at UBC in the late 1960s exceptionally innovative, the impulses that were driving changes in photography, and their continuing relevancies for photo-based artists today.