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Meet the Studio Team


Meghan Krauss – AGGV Studio Coordinator

Meghan is a photographic artist based in Victoria, BC, navigating domestic chaos alongside her partner and two children. Originally from Northern Saskatchewan, her journey led her to Vancouver Island in 2015 following a transformative three-year photography practicum internship at The Banff Centre. Her work has been exhibited across Canada and the US, supported by scholarships and grants.

As Studio Coordinator, Meghan is dedicated to nurturing artistic exploration and fostering a vibrant creative community. Leveraging the studio’s access to gallery exhibits, she inspires critical inquiries and fosters a deep appreciation for art and culture. Under her guidance, educators in the learning and engagement department establish meaningful connections with participants, prioritizing inclusivity and enabling individuals to explore their artistic potential freely.

Meghan’s photography explores the profound connection between people and their environments, capturing moments in various settings to convey human narratives. Drawing inspiration from her own experiences, she reflects on the resilience and creativity of her community. Excited to explore new avenues, Meghan looks forward to collaborating with fellow community members to bring their unique stories to life through her lens.

Meghan holds an MFA from the University of Windsor (2012) and a BFA from the University of Saskatchewan (2005). Additionally, Meghan shares her passion for the arts as an instructor at the AGGV Studio, as well as teaching courses at the Vancouver Island School of Art and through Continuing Studies UVic.


April Caverhill – AGGV Studio Instructor

April Caverhill is a Victoria based illustrator and visual artist who also makes frequent forays into found object sculpture and fiber art. She is an honors graduate of OCAD University in Toronto. Her illustrations appear in publications in Canada and the US, including Victoria`s `Focus`magazine. As an art educator, April has enjoyed working with a wide range of organizations including Victoria and Toronto elementary schools, Girls`Alternative Program, AIDS Vancouver Island, and PEERS Victoria. Articles and interviews about her art have been featured on national radio and television and published in Asian Art News, Artichoke, Monday, and Boulevard magazines.