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August 23, 2012

Six stunning homes plus six top artists equal one incredible day. The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria’s House Tour 2012 offers the opportunity to tour some of Victoria’s most remarkable addresses while watching leading local artists at work.
 

August 22, 2012

Jon Tupper, Director of the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria is pleased to announce that Michelle Jacques has been named Chief Curator at the Gallery. She will assume her new position on October 22, 2012.
 

August 14, 2012

Jon Tupper, Director of the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria is pleased to announce that Janyce Ronson has been named Director of Advancement at the Gallery.
 

June 25, 2012

Celebrating 25 years as Vancouver Island’s largest outdoor visual arts event, the TD Art Gallery Paint-In comes back to Moss Street on Saturday, July 21.
 

June 19, 2012

Five prominent Victoria residents were elected to the Board of the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria at the Gallery’s AGM last evening. The AGGV Board and staff welcome, Isobel Mackenzie, Fran Willis, David Adams, Anne Russell and Jackie Hamilton.
 

May 4, 2012

The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria will showcase the work of a renowned Canadian painter and visionary this summer with the new exhibition, William Kurelek: The Messenger.
 

Exhibition: William Kurelek

April 25, 2012

The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria is pleased to a nnounce that Director Jon Tupper will receive the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal at a ceremony in Ottawa later today.
 

December 13, 2011

The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria has awarded its first Audain Aboriginal Curatorial Fellowship to B.C. artists and researchers France Trépanier and Chris Creighton-Kelly. Their project, Here Now: Here Before, will look at the history of both Aboriginal artists and artists of colour on Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands. This research will explore the influence of these histories on contemporary artists.

December 1, 2011

The Sisters of St. Ann and the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria are working together to ensure the Sisters’ legacy as pioneering artists an d art educators, begun in Victoria in 1858, continues into the future.
 

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