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Art at UFV

Leaving their audience in awe and wonder

UFV always needs more art on campus, as creative expression and imagination can be wholly beneficial for student-related stress. For those seeking to relieve...

Art of the Month: Meditation #1 by Jesse Klassen

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

Art of the Month: Canada Goose by Kelly Ning

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

Club spotlight: CreWri

On Friday, February 23, UFV’s Creative Writing Club (CreWri) hosted their event “The ABCs of Literary Devices.” The event was the first of their...

Art of the Month February 2018: Austin Kwidzinski — CTRL

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 February 2018: Katie Diespecker — Cross Section...

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

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....