January 24 – February 22, 2011
Legacy Art Gallery Downtown
Curated by Dr. Carolyn Butler-Palmer, William’s Legacy Chair and assistant History-in-Art Professor
Click here to view the official University of Victoria Fine Arts page on the project.
Connect the Blocks is an experimental exhibit, bringing together individual’s creativity with other members of the Victoria community. Visitors are encouraged to fill in a block with a self-portrait, words to live by, or whatever inspires them! The blocks will be connected to others on a moveable mosaic to create a community based exhibit. The finished product, along with twenty-four pieces of art chosen from the Michael Williams Legacy Collection, will then go to hang permanently in The Cool Aid Community Health Centre in downtown Victoria.
August 6 – August 28, 2003
Legacy Maltwood (at Mearns Centre – McPherson Library)
A group exhibition by artists from the Garth Homer Society’s ArtWorks program. ArtWorks offers professional visual arts instruction to artists with developmental disabilities. Artists featured included Alvin Hipke, Tanya Steinhausen and Katherine Wood.
About the Artists:
Alvin Hipke works with art materials intuitively, layering and building the surface with colour, texture, and form. Tanya Steinhausen works mainly in watercolour, pencil crayons, felt markers and acrylics. Katherine Wood enjoys sketching to capture what she sees.
August 4 – September 23, 1999
Maltwood Art Museum and Gallery
Curated by Carla Levinson
This exhibition features the works of 29 Vancouver Island artists who were invited to demonstrate how their different cultural backgrounds and spiritual beliefs define what the terms sacred and holy mean to them.
June 17 – June 29, 1997
McPherson Library Gallery
An exhibition produced by the Weavers’ and Spinners’ Guild to honour Christine Neil, a well known, loved and respected tapestry weaver who died of cancer in 1993.