Fort Street might just be our new favourite street, and we are attached to it in more ways than meets […]
By Audrey Wang, AGGV Volunteer Family Sunday morphed into the AGGV’s second Cherry Blossom Festival this March, in sync with […]
1. New media art is a general term that describes the contemporary art genre that incorporates new media technologies such […]
Many art terms used conventionally in Western art history texts are in French, Italian or German, according to where or […]
Supernatural: Art, Technology and the Forest takes the viewer into an immersive experience of the forest and its trees through […]
By Charlene Brown, Gallery Associate
Barry Till, the Gallery’s Asian Art Curator Emeritus, was guest speaker at the May Gallery Associates’ meeting. He spoke about the archaeology of the Khmer Empire, concentrated on the most famous site at Angkor.
By Audrey Wang, AGGV Volunteer For the exhibition Form As Meaning: First Nations Prints from the Pacific Northwest, the AGGV […]
By Audrey Wang, AGGV Volunteer Young artists from Stelly’s Secondary School, Shoreline Community Middle School and Lambrick Park Secondary School […]
By Betsy Tumasonis
Judy Patt was a stalwart supporter of the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria for decades, contributing time, expertise, money, and works of art. She frequently delivered public lectures on Asian art at the Gallery. She co-curated the exhibition, “The World Tea Party”, in 2004.
By Audrey Wang, AGGV Volunteer Party For Our People is a public event celebrating the artists featured in the exhibitions […]