Tag Archives: Celebration

The University of Victoria: A Community of Communities

University of Victoria Alma Mater Society President Paul Williams leads a large group of students down Douglas Street protesting fees increase on 18 October 1965.

University of Victoria Alma Mater Society President Paul Williams leads a large group of students down Douglas Street protesting fees increase on 18 October 1965.

August 22 – October 15, 2012

Legacy Maltwood (at Mearns Centre РMcPherson Library)

This exhibition features a selection of historic and contemporary photographs of life at UVic over the past 50 years. Taken from Ian MacPherson’s book ‘Reaching Outward and Upward: The University of Victoria 1963-2013, this exhibit promises a vibrant look at the people, places and events that make our campus unique.

Juncture: An Exhibition at the Crossroads of Time

Inspiration, Susan Point, 2000

Inspiration, Susan Point, 2000

April 6 – May 3, 2000

Maltwood Art Museum and Gallery

Curated by Jim Galvao and Caroline Riedel

An exhibit that forms part of the University’s week-long Millennium Festival, April 1 to 7, celebrating the outstanding achievements of University of Victoria honorands such as Michael Snow, Pat Martin Bates, Ed Harris, Myfanwy Spencer Pavelic, Susan Point, Henry Hunt and Ted Harrison.

This exhibition is about more than just artwork, it is a tribute to the lifelong pursuit of excellence and those individuals who embody that pursuit: the honourary Degree recipients of the University of Victoria.

-Jim Galvao, 2000

50 Years of Germany: Photographs of the Political Development of Post-War Germany

December 8, 1999 – January 20, 2000

Maltwood Art Museum and Gallery

This exhibit of documentary photographs presents a timeline of the political structures, economy, research, education, society, culture, and Expo 2000 in Hanover, all of which have contributed to the success of modern-day Germany. Also included in the exhibit is a chronology, which offers and overview of half a century of contemporary German affairs. The photographs have been taken from the Federal Photo Archive at the Press and Information Office of the Federal Government of Germany.