Campus Gallery

An exhibition of artwork in the Campus Gallery.

Georgian’s Campus Gallery is a vibrant multi-disciplinary exhibition space where students in Design and Visual Arts programs and established artists showcase their work.

Upcoming exhibitions

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Sometimes Still Life- Joel Fullerton

Jan 11-Feb 11  2018

Opening reception Jan 11, 7-9pm

Joel Fullerton’s visual research evokes the body and its relationship to the built environment. A new body of work continues an exploration based on concepts of the ruin: contemporary interpretations of ancient history.

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Darkness by Catherine HeardDarkness – Catherine Heard

Feb 15- March 11-2018

Opening reception Feb15 7-9pm


Catherine Heard uses medical imaging technologies and remarkable sculptural facility to integrate the histories of science, medicine and the museum. Simultaneously attractive and repulsive, her works delve into primal anxieties about the body.

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ARTIST TALK- Landon Mackenzie

Wednesday December 6 1030 am

presented in partnership with the MacLaren Art Centre and their exhibition

Landon Mackenzie: Parallel Journey

December 7, 2017 to March 18, 2018
Janice Laking Gallery and Gallery 3
Curator: Liz Wylie
Organized and Circulated by the Kelowna Art Gallery, Kelowna
Reception: Thursday, December 7, 7 to 9 pm
Artist Talk: Wednesday, December 6, 10:30 am, Georgian College Campus Gallery. Admission free
Art for Lunch: Gallery Tour with Landon Mackenzie, Friday, December 8, 12:15 to 1 pm.  Admission free
Master Class: Saturday, December 9, 10 am to 3 pm, Rotary Education Centre. $125

Landon Mackenzie is a nationally known, Vancouver-based artist, admired for her large-scale works with paint on canvas. Less known are her works on paper, which she produces voluminously as a tandem practice to her big paintings, often while travelling. These function at times as glimpses into this intelligent artist’s psyche or soul.

Born in the USA and raised in Toronto, Landon Mackenzie studied printmaking as an undergraduate at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in Halifax. After completing her MFA at Concordia University she turned to painting and her Lost River Series, which she began in 1981, was an overnight sensation. Mackenzie moved to teach at Emily Carr College of Art and Design in Vancouver in 1986, using the city as a base for her extensive travels. Whenever the artist is on the road as a speaker or visiting artist she tends to work only on paper, but most of these works have rarely been exhibited. This exhibition provides the opportunity for audiences to delve deeply into this aspect of Mackenzie’s practice. Landon Mackenzie is a recipient of the 2017 Governor General’s Awards in Visual and Media Arts.

Parallel Journey is accompanied by a multi-authored, full-length book published by Black Dog Publishing in the UK (with special support from the Audain Foundation). This exhibition has been presented at Kelowna Art Gallery, October 24, 2015 to January 17, 2016; Confederation Centre of the Arts, Charlottetown, May 28 to September 25, 2016; and Dalhousie Art Gallery, Halifax, January 10 to April 23, 2017.

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