in Process : Together While Apart
Although the doors to the Comox Valley Art Gallery are closed during this time, the gallery is actively bringing artists and the community together while apart through virtual presentations, projects and social media.
We invite you to tour our website to view:
– the current exhibition The Time of Things:The Continuum of Indigenous Customary Practice into Contemporary Art
– past exhibitions
– CVAG’s e-publications and productions
– CVAG’s Youth Media Project videos
We welcome ongoing participation in the incubator project Water (re)Source.
CVAG’s facebook page and newsletter provides current updates on CVAG activities and other programming related information.
The multi-year program Public Place / Sacred Space features ongoing public art site works on CVAG’s Plaza.
We stand in solidarity with everyone as we work together for the health and well-being of all.
The continuum of Indigenous Customary Practice into Contmeporary Art.March 14 - September 11 2020
PUBLIC PLACE:SACRED SPACE This multi-year program integrates themes of welcoming, gathering and healing through the incorporation of Indigenous place-naming, installations, public art, a full circle tea garden, exhibitions, cross-cultural sharing, performance, video screenings, workshops, gatherings and residencies. The undertaking was a collaboration between the Comox Valley Art Gallery, participating artists, curators, Elders, the K’ómoks First…October 27 2018 - December 31 2020
Water (re)Source II is an ongoing collaborative repository holding collective studies that reflect memory, perceptions, experiences, and relationships with the water.February 29 - September 11 2020
Public artwork by artist Andy Everson goes live at noon. Follow on Facebook.April 5 2020 / 12:00 - 2:00pm
As a land based practice, the garden invites contemplation and rooting to the land in which we live and receive nourishment.April 9 2020 / 10:00am - 2:00pm
Projects + Calls
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
The Comox Valley Art Gallery has various opportunities that are by submission from artists, collectives and curators. 1. Self-Directed Independent Residencies The Comox Valley Art Gallery provides artists and communities with space to engage in arts-based research, activations, creative exploration of materials and process, community relations, and concept development through its Project Room Studio program…Learn More