University of Victoria Legacy Art Galleries
- 630 Yates Street
The University of Victoria Legacy Art Galleries manages and exhibits the university's extensive art collection. As a leader in cultural and academic collaborations, we reach across disciplines, within and beyond the university to engage curiosity, inspire creativity, and foster research and learning through art. All of our exhibits are free and open to the public.
LEGACY DOWNTOWN Apr 22 Francis Dick’s Walking Thru My Fires showcases the work of one of the most prolific living Indigenous artists on the West Coast. This deeply personal exhibition explores Indian Residential School legacies, urban Indigeneity, reconciliation and the healing power of art through Francis Dick’s prints, paintings, carvings and music. It is an autobiography written in art. LEGACY MALTWOOD Ongoing Shaping Relations, Tethered Together dives into the work of BIPOC artists in Legacy’s permanent collection to explore ideas of togetherness and that which cultivates relationships. Each work examines a different facet of the relationship people form with one another, the world around us, and our relationships with ourselves.