Regan Shrumm

Werk it! Exercise and Art

By Regan Shrumm, AGGV Assistant Curator

During the COVID-19 pandemic, it can be hard to stay motivated on the things we use to enjoy, such as staying in touch with friends, making art, and working out.

Accessibility and the Arts: A Series of Community Conversations

By Regan Shrumm, AGGV Assistant Curator

Throughout April and May, the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria held a series of virtual programming examining the accessibility of the Victoria arts community as a way to help create a new program around the themes of intersectional communities and barrier-free art.

Q & A with Libby Oliver, AGGV’s Listener in Residence

By Regan Shrumm, AGGV Curatorial Assistant

Since November 2019, Victoria-based artist Libby Oliver has been the Listener-in-Residence at Luther Court Society, a non-profit society that cares for 120 seniors through subsidized independent suites, home support, assisted living, and long-term care. Before Oliver’s residence ends with a public open house in May, Assistant Curator Regan Shrumm sat down with Oliver to share more about her art practice and the residence.

What Artists Bring to the Table

By Regan Shrumm, AGGV Assistant Curator

What Artists Bring to the Table gives individuals a chance to actually take part in non-traditional art practices, and explore how art can intersect with all forms of life.