Exhibitions

2015

Artwork created by students in our workshops was displayed in a special exhibition titled, “Paint, Print, Sculpt: Celebrating Children’s Art”, held at the A. Wilfrid Johns Gallery at the University of Victoria between February 8-28.

The artwork was created from the 2014/2015 visual arts curriculum, which showcased the following themes:

  • Painting: Creating a mandala-like artwork (patterns and symbols)
  • Printmaking: The Night Sky (printmaking and collage)
  • Sculpture: Using the human figure to communicate meaning

Celebrating the 10th anniversary of the artsREACH program, this special exhibition featured 23 Mandala paintings, seven Night Sky murals and one wire sculpture.

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2008

Artwork created in our workshops by students from four Victoria schools (Quadra, James Bay, South Park and Vic West) was displayed at Victoria City Hall from January 2 to February 27.

The artwork was created from the 2007/2008 visual arts curriculum, which focused on the theme, Me and my Community: Celebrating a Sense of Place.

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2007

Artwork created in our workshops by students from Tillicum School was displayed at Saanich Municipal Hall from November 13-30. A “Cookies and Juice” launch was held on Nov. 28 for the students and their families.

The artwork was created from the 2007/2008 visual arts curriculum, which focused on the theme, Me and my Community: Celebrating a Sense of Place.

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