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A summer of Visual Arts

August 14, 2017
It’s been a busy summer for Visual Arts faculty, students and alumni — thanks to a number of new projects, installations and exhibits happening locally, nationally andinternationally. Here’s a quick roundup: Daniel Laskarin with his in-process...
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Swimming into the past

July 17, 2017
Despite unseasonably cold winds and unusually choppy waves, intermedia artist Paul Walde dove into the waters of Algonquin Park’s Canoe Lake on July 8 and, after months of preparation, completed the first stage of The Tom Thomson Centennial Swim. ...
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Summer session Term 7 classes end

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Narratives of Memory, Migration, and Xenophobia: An International Symposium

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Copyright 101: Tools and Tips for ensuring that your course is copyright compliant

Duration: 1 p.m. - 2 p.m.
Location: McPherson Library, Room 219

Let's Talk About Teaching

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International Student Welcome

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Copyright 101: Tools and Tips for ensuring that your course is copyright compliant

Duration: 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Location: McPherson Library, Room 219

Graduate Student Orientation

Duration: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Location: University Centre lobby (check-in), Farquhar Auditorium, Petch Fountain, Engineering & Computer Science Building (ECS), Grad House restaurant, Halpern Centre for GraduateStudents

University of Victoria, Faculty of Fine Arts added 3 new photos — with Alex Rempel and 3 others.

4 weeks ago

Great to see University of Victoria, School of Music UVic Alumni talent on stage at Islands Folk Fest this weekend: West My Friend & Foxglove. Also instructor Colleen Eccleston & her band The Ecclestons.

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University of Victoria, Faculty of Fine Arts

1 month ago

Great news—stellar University of Victoria Phoenix Theatre design prof & alum Patrick Du Wors is nominated for 2 Betty Mitchell Awards for his set/costume work on The Hollow with Vertigo Theatre. http://www.bettymitchellawards.com/single-post/2017/07/12/The-20th-Betty-Mitchell-Award-Nominees

The 20th Betty Mitchell Award Nominees...
Nominees for the 20th Annual Betty Mitchell Awards (2016-17 Theatre Season). Celebrating the best in Calgary Theatre!
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University of Victoria, Faculty of Fine Arts

1 month ago

Read the Focus Magazine - Victoria article about University of Victoria, School of Music professor Suzanne Snizek's work with suppressed composers ahead of her faculty flute concert on July 15 at #UVic — with Harald Krebs on piano. http://www.focusonvictoria.ca/julyaugust-2017/resurrecting-music-that-got-buried-alive-r8/ Also check out her own research blog about these "lost" composers: http://www.focusonvictoria.ca/julyaugust-2017/resurrecting-music-that-got-buried-alive-r8/

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