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Art of Reconciliation

April 30 – Sept 10 2022

Legacy Downtown Sidewalk Gallery | 630 Yates St.
Lekwungen territory

The Sidewalk Gallery is located outside Legacy Downtown in our Broad Street windows. 

Art of Reconciliation invites viewers to witness and participate in a dialogue with youth about what reconciliation means for Indigenous and non-Indigenous people working together to form friendships and take action. The artwork in this show is the result of weeks of reflection, group discussion and deep learning about reconciliation, Indigenous culture, and colonization.

Learn more about the Art of Reconciliation project

Image: Dahlila Charlie, Matriarch’s Dream, 2021. 

Passage: Portraits by Lisa Hebden

Lisa Hebden, Heart of Glass
Heart of Glass, Lisa Hebden, 2009

November 18 – December 17, 2009

Legacy Maltwood (at Mearns Centre – McPherson Library)

Victoria-based artist Lisa Hebden explores the transformation from childhood to adulthood with a series of paintings of young girls, capturing the feelings of being small both physically and psychologically.

Influenced by film and drawn to media images of adolescent girls who appear both vulnerable and strong, Hebden says the foundation of her work lies in the fragility of childhood.

“I am captured by the moodiness of film lighting, the long pauses that focus only on a subject’s face or eyes, the expression pregnant with thought or emotion,” says Hebden.

“Being a child is fun and overwhelming. Children endow their environments with meaning and imagination. A large empty room can be intimidating and magical. The big wood floor beckons for sliding across, while the shadowy corners are dark and ominous. An open field is an opportunity to get lost in the tall grass, an adventure both thrilling and scary.”

-Lisa Hebden

2004 Trackside Art Gallery Exhibit

April 14 – May 14, 2004

Satellite Exhibition Space (Trackside Art Gallery)

Young B.C. artists transform the E & A rail corridor into the world’s largest outdoor art gallery. This instalment is the third of its kind. The original works were shown at the Maltwood Art Museum and Gallery, located at the University of Victoria.

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Young at Art

August 20 – August 23, 2003

Maltwood Art Museum and Gallery

Show in conjunction with the International Child and Youth Care Conference held in Victoria. Young at Art is a competition for children from 5-10 years of age. The winners of each age category will then have their work reproduced and displayed on the Trackside Mural Gallery in Esquimalt.

2003 Trackside Art Gallery Exhibit

May 15 – June 13, 2003

Satellite Exhibition Space (Trackside Art Gallery)

This exhibition is of art panels by youth and professional artists with the theme of graffiti-style street art, displayed in all-youth outdoor art gallery in Esquimalt. Trackside is a recurring exhibition.

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2002 Trackside Art Gallery Exhibition

June 20 – June 27, 2002

Satellite Exhibition Space (Trackside Gallery)

This exhibit of original works by both new and established BC artists is part of an innovative plan to support young artists and transform a “crime corridor” into the world’s largest youth outdoor art gallery.

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Art 2000 International Exhibit

May 8 – May 31, 2000

Maltwood Art Museum and Gallery

The exhibit is a project 12 years in the making, tracing the artworks of students from their kindergarten year in 1988 to their graduation in the class of 2000. Students’ works from Northern Ireland, Australia, China and Canada will be shown in this retrospective along with accompanying slides and video.

The presentation of the Millennium Mural, a project created by Greater Victoria students and directed by artist Carol Sabiston, will be presented to the people of Greater Victoria. The celebration will showcase the performing arts in Victoria.

British Columbia Young Artists: 1991 Exhibition

May 30 – June 20, 1993

Maltwood Art Museum and Gallery

Seventy-nine young artists, aged four to eighteen years, from all corners of the province had their art selected from 1300 submissions. Paintings, drawings, photographs, and prints are included in the exhibition.

This is the eighth biennial British Columbia Young Artists Touring Exhibition and it co-ordinated by the Emily Carr College of Art and Design Outreach Program.

British Columbia Young Artists 1986

July 17 – July 31, 1986

Maltwood Art Museum and Gallery

The artworks of the children and young people of B.C. have been brought together in an exhibition that includes all ages and stages of growth in visual expression.

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