Already enrolled in UVic’s Faculty of Fine Arts for the 2021/22 academic year? Still thinking about it? Either way, bring your questions to our free Fine Arts online open house, running 6-7pm Tuesday, March 9 via Zoom.
Register for the open house here. Registration closes two hours before the event.
School of Music student Lea Fetterman in February 2021 (photo: Dani Neira)
Your future in the arts
At the March 9 open house, you can talk frankly with faculty members from each of our departments, as well as co-op & career and our student advisor, to learn how our programs can help you achieve your creative future.
From Art History & Visual Studies to Theatre, Visual Arts, Writing and our School of Music, we offer BC’s only dedicated fine arts faculty—which means you’ll be creating and learning in a like-minded community!
Whatever your creative path, UVic’s Fine Arts faculty offers a dynamic community where curiosity, experimentation and exploration are the cornerstones of the learning environment.
Our focus on dynamic, hands-on learning—anchored by state-of-the-art, purpose-built facilities—offers an extraordinary environment for artistic expression and the integration of research and education.
Fine Arts will help you develop the critical thinking and communications skills necessary to navigate and succeed in our rapidly changing and increasingly interconnected society. With us, you’ll make ideas come to life, develop and hone your abilities, all while collaborating with peers from various disciplines.
Visual Arts student Rudra Manani’s “Get Your Om On” (2020, digital photograph)
As part of our open house, you can also sit in on the sample Zoom lecture “Everything connects: ways of thinking, the Internet and addressing climate change” presented by Art History & Visual Studies professor Victoria Wyatt from 6-7pm Thursday, March 11. An award-winning teacher, Wyatt will discuss how we can’t solve today’s complex problems—such as climate change—using the same way of thinking that allowed them to develop.
Instead, the global challenges we face require us to consider invisible interconnections and complicated relationships, and to understand how everything connects. As an interactive information web, the Internet encourages us to explore the relationships between ideas and to actively engage in navigating those connections.
Discover how the Internet may help our society shift to an “ecosystems” way of thinking emphasizing relationships and interconnections—and how vital this approach is when it comes to addressing the problems the world faces today. You’ll also explore the surprising ways that Fine Arts courses will help you use this type of thinking to benefit yourself, your career and your communities.
Victoria Wyatt (UVic Photo Services)