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Joint Gathering 2018

The Joint Gathering 2018, held from Jan. 16-18 in Vancouver, BC, attracted over 500 delegates. Co‑hosted by BC Assembly of First Nations, First Nation Summit, Union of BC Indian Chiefs and the Department of Indigenous Services Canada (DISC), the Gathering encouraged respectful and open conversations to identify areas of collaboration to advance First Nation interests.

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Women Artists Changing Collections: Recent Acquisitions

Art by women is egregiously under-represented in most public collections and exhibitions.How can this be changed and how is it changing at the Legacy?

Myfanwy Pavelic: Mirrored Selves Within and Without

This exhibition is in two parts. Visit Myfanwy's works at both:
- Legacy Maltwood - Mearns Centre McPherson Library | May 18 - Sept 15. Hours: https://www.uvic.ca/library/locations/index.php
- Legacy Downtown - 630 Yates St. | May 25 - Sept 21

Noon Meditation - Staff, Faculty & Students

We start with a basic meditation instruction at 12:15pm followed by a 20 minute breathmeditation at 12:25pm. We are done by 12:50pm.

HIGH LIFE

Robert Pattinson stars as Monte, a convicted killer who's sent into space as part of afuturistic fertility experiment; the scientist-sorceress in charge is Dr. Dibs (Juliette Binoche), a chilly temptress in a lab coat, who happens to harbor her own criminal secret.

BC Parks iNaturalist project underway!

Check out what Environmental Studies professor Dr. Brian Starzomski and his team areworking on in summer 2019: see link below, BC Parks Big Summer iNaturalist project.

Myfanwy Pavelic: Mirrored Selves Within and Without

This exhibition is in two parts. Visit Myfanwy's works at both:
- Legacy Maltwood - Mearns Centre McPherson Library | May 18 - Sept 15. Hours: https://www.uvic.ca/library/locations/index.php
- Legacy Downtown - 630 Yates St. | May 25 - Sept 21

Women Artists Changing Collections: Recent Acquisitions

Art by women is egregiously under-represented in most public collections and exhibitions.How can this be changed and how is it changing at the Legacy?