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Art at UFV

A sea of beauty and plastic

If you find yourself with an extra 20 minutes on the Abbotsford campus this week, and transporting yourself to an undersea wonderland sounds enticing,...

Double robbery hits UFV art exhibits

An art piece was stolen from an Abbotsford C building art gallery while the exhibit was left temporarily unattended on Nov. 20. The...

A witness knows the truth

The Witness Blanket is a 12-metre-wide art installation made from hundreds of artifacts reclaimed from residential schools, churches, government buildings, and traditional and cultural...

Closing Ceremony of The Witness Blanket: Pieces of History

The Witness Blanket, a 12-metre-long art structure, displays hundreds of pieces from Indigenous residential school sites, from survivors, and other important sites in Canada....

Art of the Month: Doors by Emilie Kvist

Art of the Month is a recurring feature that highlights the visual arts work of UFV students. In conjunction with the Visual Arts Student...

Art of the Month: Don’t Go Into The Tall Grass by...

Art of the Month is a recurring feature that highlights the visual arts work of UFV students. In conjunction with the Visual Arts Student...

UFV artists tackle sensitive issues through art on campus

On October 16 from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m., the opening reception for Skin Tactility, an exhibition by UFV visual arts students Sidi Chen and...

Art in the Fraser Valley— Where it’s at, who’s involved, and...

On the surface, UFV’s Abbotsford campus is very blunt about it being a university campus. Whoever planned the space must have thought: well, a...

Art of the Month: Rough Waters by Jessica Peatman

Art of the Month is a recurring feature that highlights the visual arts work of UFV students. In conjunction with the Visual Arts Student...

Art of the Month: Bitch, Dick, and Prick, by Jenny Kingma

Art of the Month is a recurring feature that highlights the visual arts work of UFV students. In conjunction with the Visual Arts Student...