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

two ;part image, One side is a rough plaster surface up close, trhe other is a field of pink wild flowers seen from above

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 17- March 11-2018

Opening reception Wednesday Feb 28 7-9pm  * note new date


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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landscape image with birds and figure


Melanie Rocan

Feb 22.  ,1030 am.  Campus Gallery

Winnipeg based artist Melanie Rocan’s work evokes dream states and inner worlds, symbolic and revelatory. Her ability to create images of physchological power and emotional resonance are highly acclaimed. A graduate of Concordia University in Montreal, a survey of her work, Souvenir Involuntaire toured Canada in 2012. An exhibition of recent works, Piercing the Veil, is on view at Paul Petro Contemporary Art Toronto February 16 thru March 24. A reception takes place February 23, 7-9pm.

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close up of natural forms in bronze

detail of public sculpture in bronze


March 13 , 1100am. Campus Gallery

Barndon Vickerd’s sculptural work encompasses, site specific interventions, public commissions, kinetic sculpture and object based explorations. Using humour, irreverence and remarkable attention to detail he is able to create narratives that make us ponder our relationship to the environment and the cosmos,  all the while exposing the utopian idealism that has driven dominant cultural narratives. Brandon Vickerd holds a Master of Fine Art from University of Victoria, is a graduate  of NSCAD and currently teaches at York University. Throughout  2017/ 2018 he has been developing 4 public art projects in Hamilton, Waterloo, Calgary and Ottawa.

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