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Graphic design grad aims to save a historic community with new documentary

To direct a documentary by age 23 was never the goal for Camille Candia. Not that she wasn’t capable. A life-long creative with artistic pedigree, Candia has always been a gifted photographer, freelancing since high school. But it was a series of chance encounters that shifted her career and educational trajectory and ultimately led her […]

UFV launches new initiatives to showcase South Asian Canadian contributions to British Columbia

Six new resources aimed at reducing racism through education are now available across British Columbia. Launched April 12 by the South Asian Studies Institute at the University of the Fraser Valley, the South Asian Canadian Legacy Project aims to raise awareness and knowledge of the valuable contributions of South Asian Canadians to British Columbia’s diverse […]

Season of Theatre announced for 2022/23

As it wraps up a highly successful and rewarding year of performances, presented both virtually and in person, the University of the Fraser Valley Theatre is excited to announce its 2022-23 season of Theatre. This season highlights original performances and innovative approaches to socially engaged theatre that will challenge and excite audiences in the Fraser […]

School of Creative Arts presents Interpret creative and performing arts festival

The UFV School of Creative Arts (SoCA) with UFV Graphic + Digital Design are thrilled to announce Interpret, a creative and performing arts festival, hosted on April 29, 2022, from 4– 9 pm. Everyone is welcome to attend this highly anticipated celebration of emerging talent by UFV students and graduates from Theatre, Visual Arts, Media […]

Sharing stories to help with post-flood trauma

Sharing stories can be a way of healing, and a creative project offered by the UFV Food and Agriculture Institute is giving people affected by the devastating floods of November 2021 a way to share their experiences. Dr. Michelle Superle, who is an assistant professor of English at UFV, a published writer, a research associate […]

Shakespeare’s Pericles heralds return of live theatre at UFV

Sailing, shipwrecks and singing pirates. Navigate an epic journey on the high seas with UFV Theatre, live and in-person from March 23-April 2, 2022. UFV Theatre presents the second production of its 2021-2022 theatre season, Pericles by William Shakespeare, adapted by Anna Griffith and Heather Robertson, and directed by Anna Griffith. Pericles is a story […]

March for Sustainability series aims to educate and engage with weekly sessions

Practise what you preach. That’s the approach UFV has continuously taken after making sustainability a top priority by aligning with the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals and forming partnerships and initiatives with students and different departments. Whether it is dropping plastic bags or implementing solar panels, UFV is actively seeking and implementing new ways of […]

Sheri-D Wilson is 2022 Writer-in-Residence at UFV

A writer who is best known for her spoken word poetry and who has been a leading light in Canadian literature for three decades will be Writer-in-Residence at UFV for the winter semester. Sheri-D Wilson, aka Mama of Dada, is an award-winning author of 13 books, four short films, and four albums that combine music […]

The Fraser Valley Flood: An Environmental Policy Forum — Jan 21

The Fraser Valley experienced historic flooding in November 2021. As part of its Politalk Roundtable series, the Political Science department will host a virtual panel to address this historic flood, the ways that governments have contributed to the environmental crisis, and what people can do to affect environmental policy. Speakers: Kathryn Harrison, professor of Political […]