Transformations Selected works from the AFK Collection September 28, 2018 – April 13, 2019 Transformations is an arrangement of artworks that depict or speak to a process of change. A simple search to define the word "transformation" yields many results: there are uses in science and mathematics, in the visual and performing arts,

Art School High


Art School High May 13 to August 26, 2017 The exhibition explored socio-cultural issues relating to identity, adolescence, conformity, marginalization, and rebellious behaviours. Invited artists presented significant works reflecting on the experience of attending high school. These works probed the very nature of learning in diverse environments. Exhibiting artists were Karin Bubaš, John Collins, Rodney Graham,

Figurative Contemplation


Figurative Contemplation October 22, 2014 to May 2, 2015 Comprised of works from the Artists for Kids permanent collection, Figurative Contemplation took a closer look at the figure as subject. Exhibiting artists included Ed Burtynsky, Rodney Graham, Angela Grossmann, Gu Xiong, Karin Bubas, Gathie Falk, Jane Ash Poitras, Irene Whittome, and Attila Richard

Work Is Art


Work Is Art September 10 to October 15, 2014 Curated by Gordon Smith himself, this exhibition celebrated work by local artists and educators: Andrew Alvarez, Wing Chow, Warren Goodman, Dirk Heiss, Bill MacDonald, Frank Mayrs, Les McKinnon, Neil Prinsen, George Rammell, Richard Turner, and Anne Watt.

Expressionist Renderings: The Prints of Alistair Bell


Expressionist Renderings: The Prints of Alistair Bell October 9 to December 20, 2013 Expressionist Renderings was a solo exhibition of the prints and drawings of Alistair Bell. Considered “the most distinguished printmaker working in British Columbia for a period of over sixty years,” Bell’s work was displayed alongside his printmaking tools and his

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