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UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA ART COLLECTIONS
LEGACY ART GALLERY & CAFÉ
MALTWOOD PRINTS AND DRAWINGS GALLERY AT THE McPHERSON LIBRARY

News


Important Notice to Our Patrons

Beginning February 21, the Legacy Gallery will undergo renovations to transform itself into the University of Victoria’s primary gallery space. Teaching and research spaces will be added to the space, which will continue to showcase the Michael C. Williams Collection, as well as other material from the university’s rich and diverse collections. The Legacy Gallery will become a lively and engaging centre for art that is easily accessible to the community and enables students to study both art and curatorial practice. It is anticipated that the Legacy will close for these renovations in late February and reopen in early June. We value your patronage and appreciate your patience while these changes are made. We look forward to welcoming you in June!

ARTWORKS BRIGHTEN HEALTH CENTRE

By Jeff Bell, Times Colonist
February 6, 2011

dove Williams Legacy Chair Dr. Carolyn Butler-Palmer and her students have chosen artworks from the University of Victoria Art Collections to brighten the walls of the Access Health Centre in downtown Victoria. The 24 pieces were put on permanent display in this centre "to strengthen the link between health, wellness and art."

Read Jeff Bell's article here.

© Copyright (c) The Victoria Times Colonist 

Exhibitions


Legacy Main Gallery

  Feb. 21 to early June
Gallery closed for construction.

Legacy Small Gallery

  June 8 to Aug. 7
The Victoria Moderns: UVic and a Regional Aesthetic (1960–1970)
Traces the development of West Coast modernism in Victoria.
   
  Aug. 10 to Nov. 20
In Her Own Words: Emily Carr, Myfanwy Pavelic, Katharine Maltwood

Maltwood Prints and Drawings Gallery at the McPherson Library

Art of the Book Jan. 26 to March 3
STAGE
Photographic portraits from the UVic Art Collections, featuring Frank Pimentel, Ulli Steltzer and Nina Raginsky and a selection from the University Archives and Special Collections.
Ulli Steltzer, Mr. and Mrs. Henry  
  March 10 to May 2
Pioneer Modernist Architects and Planners: Centennial Square and the Gordon Head Campus, Seminal Projects (1962–1972)
A look at the development of modernist architecture in Victoria.
 
distant cousins May 6 to July 4
Familiar Strangers/Les étrangers familiers
The result of a long process between two artists of different cultures, languages and ages who have not met except by way of Internet.

July 6 to Aug. 3
Lords and the Land: Photographs by Mike Reed
A photo-essay about lordship and commemoration in East Anglia ca. tenth–eleventh centuries.

Agnes Ananichuk, Distant Cousins Aug. 6 to Sept. 28
Devin Tepleski: Portraits from Ghana
Victoria photo-based artist Devin Tepleski presents a stunning portrait series of individuals and families being relocated by a hydroelectric dam in Ghana. 

Become a Friend


Donors make a difference!  The newly named University of Victoria Art Collections and Galleries is building an endowment intended to support the future of the collection and its exhibition spaces. Monies received may be used to support storage facility development, student work experience, and community based research initiatives. If you are interested in discussing these possibilities please contact at 250-472-5619 or criedel@uvic.ca.

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