BFA Grad Exhibition
Albert Woods, Kimberly Vandenberg & Candice McPherson on view at the S’eliyemetaxwtexw Art Gallery
The S’eliyemetaxwtexw Art Gallery will be showcasing part two of three from our series of BFA Grad Exhibitions, featuring Albert Woods, Kimberly Vandenberg and Candice McPherson from October 14 – November 4, 2020.
Albert Woods, Anthropos Morphos series, mixed media, 2020. This installation addresses communities’ unwitting participation in the broken systems that benefit government and corporate entities who place financial gains over individuals’ basic rights and freedoms.
Kimberly Vandenberg, Return Passage to Equilibrium, acrylic on canvas, 2020. This painting series explores themes of colonization, loss, and resilience. Each painting is connected to the stories and memories of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.
Candace McPherson, These Images are Inspired by True Events, digital print on aluminum, 2020. Paintings from the Pre-Raphaelite era that are based on literature and folklore portray women with passive gazes and sensuous figures, bringing attention solely to their youth and beauty. The female characters depicted in the photographs represent a modern woman who is devoid of the pre-set beauty standards commonly seen within paintings of this era.
What to know before you visit:
Since reopening, procedures have been put in place to ensure that the S’eliyemetaxwtexw Art Gallery is safe and ready to welcome visitors.
- Wear a mask, face shield or face covering (mandatory, effective September 1, 2020).
- At this time, we are only allowing a maximum of three people in the gallery at a time.
- Please keep two (2) metres (6 feet) apart.
- Do NOT touch any of the artworks.
- Do not visit if you are feeling unwell.
- Gallery Hrs: 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM, Mon – Fri
- Admission is free.
For questions, contact Melanie.Jones@ufv.ca or Grace.Tsurumaru@ufv.ca
S’eliyemetaxwtexw Art Gallery
Room B136, B Building
University of the Fraser Valley
33844 King Road
School of Creative Arts, University of the Fraser Valley