Academic collaboration

Two students wearing face masks stand in Legacy Art Gallery Downtown, discussing the artwork on display.
Nicole Achtymichuk and Shiva Ebrahimi discuss the art on display in Life Stories, curated by UVic AHVS professor Dr. Erin Campbell.

At Legacy, art activates research and learning through university and community collaborations.

As a university art museum, we are a resource for UVic faculty to share your research with the community, and provide opportunities to enrich your teaching. 

Teaching with Art

Contact us for help with your teaching and research goals. Opportunities include: 

Contact Gillian Booth, Curator of Academic and Community Programs
 | 250-721-0831

Collaborate with us

Would you like to work with Legacy’s team of gallery professionals on an exhibition or program?

Examples of collaborative exhibitions with UVic Faculty include:

If you have an idea for a project proposal, please contact us at curator@uvic.ca to discuss or find out more about the process here:

Stay Informed

  • Sign up for our Education eNews for updates on upcoming exhibitions, programs and teaching opportunities with us.
  • Help us spread the word: Become a Department Liaison and invite a Legacy staff member to your faculty meeting to give a presentation about collaborating with Legacy.
  • Refer to our Faculty Survey Report (2020 - 2022) to read how we are working to increase our relevance as a teaching, learning and research resource for UVic faculty and students.