Shelf Life exhibit showcases UBC visual arts students' works

UBC Okanagan’s Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies presents Shelf Life, an exhibition of bachelor of fine arts graduates majoring in visual arts.

UBC students make art for the Mission in Dig Your Neighbourhood

Dig Your Neighbourhood: Mission will be holding its launch and showcase at the Marmalade Cat Café, 2903 Pandosy St., in Kelowna on Saturday, April 18, from 3 to 5 p.m.

Kamloops writer wins top prize in Okanagan Short Story Contest

More than 90 entries received in annual writers’ competition.

UBC welcomes Writer-in-Residence Marie Clements

Okanagan writers have opportunity for one-on-one critiques.

Short list announced for Okanagan Short Fiction contest

More than 90 entries for 17th annual story contest.

Short list announced for Okanagan Short Fiction contest

More than 90 entries for 17th annual story contest.

Visiting author Joanne Arnott to read from her works Thurs. Feb. 26

Who: Poet Joanne Arnott What: UBC Visiting Author series Where: Alternator Gallery for Contemporary Art, 421 Cawston Ave., Kelowna When: Thursday, February 26, 7 p.m. As part of UBC’s Visiting Author series, poet Joanne Arnott will give a reading of her works on Thursday, February 26, 7 p.m. at the Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art, […]

UBC students to stage Art Party 2014: Metamorphosis on Nov. 28

UBC Okanagan’s Theatre Course Union, in collaboration with the Visual Arts and Creative Writing Course Unions, present ART PARTY 2014 METAMORPHOSIS, an annual event celebrating and showcasing student-created artistic work.

How war shaped Canadian culture

Literature and our worldview changed forever following Canada’s plunge into global conflict, says UBC author

UBC Alterknowledge talk focuses on culture of Indigenous art

The new gateway to the redesigned Bernard Avenue in Kelowna provides an important addition to Kelowna's public history, including banners produced by Westbank First Nation artists Janine Lott and Jordan Coble.