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Visual Culture in the West from 1400 to the Present 

This course explores visual arts and culture in a social context from the Renaissance to the contemporary era. The course focuses on understanding how artistic production changed in the centuries leading up to the modern era as well as the radical re-definitions of art that occurred in the 20th century.        

3 credits. No prerequisites. Instructor: Jill Bain
Monday (AB1) 11:30 - 2:20 and Wednesday (AB2) 10:00 - 12:50 Where: Abbotsford campus C1429

VA 283 Introduction to Photography I

This course introduces the basic principles of black-and-white darkroom photography. Students will manual camera controls using analogue film cameras, followed by chemical processing and printing. Digital photographic processes involving scanning and printing will be covered. Note: Students may rent analogue cameras from the department.  

No prerequisites.
Tuesday/Thursday 1300-1500    CRN:11203    Where: Abbotsford campus C1113

 Call for Submissions Abbotsford Hospice Society

Oxygen for the Soul

Deadline November 27

The Abbotsford Hospice Society, in partnership with The Abbotsford Arts Council and The Reach Gallery Museum, are seeking artists from the Lower Mainland to create unique works of art for the Holmberg House, Abbotsford’s first residential hospice facility. 30 artists will be selected to create a 24''X30'' 2-D work of art (painting, collage, mixed media) which will be displayed in prominent places in the building (entrance, library, meeting rooms) and patient suites. The works of art will be exhibited at The Reach Gallery Museum and the Kariton Art Gallery as part of a silent auction leading up to the completion of the construction project. Each artist will receive a $350 honorarium.      

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Joy Tv Presents CreatiValley UFV BFA Day

 Click to watch Joy Tv's Fraser Focus Episode 29, Presenting UFV BFA day at CreatiValley

PIPE:UFV's Visual Arts Journal Volume 1  Now available online

‌PIPE is a peer-edited annual publication featuring art history research essays and artwork from students at the University of the Fraser Vallery.

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