School of Fine Arts exhibitions
The School of Fine Arts provides a range of public spaces for the University of Canterbury to stage a diverse range of arts and cultural programmes through exhibitions, performances and events for the promotion, education and enjoyment of the arts by the university and the wider Canterbury communities.
The Ilam Campus Gallery is open 9am-4pm Monday-Friday and can be found in Block Two, School of Fine Arts.
The Casting Room, our student exhibition space, is located in Block Three, School of Fine Arts.
Current and Upcoming exhibitions
Ilam Campus Gallery, Block 2, School of Fine Arts, 22 February - 22 March 2019
Opening at 5pm, Thursday 21 February / Artist talk 12:30pm Thursday 28 February
Image: 3-2 Zone, 2019, acrylic on board, 200 x 250mm.
Double Dribble is an exhibition of new objects and paintings by 2018 Olivia Spencer Bower awardee Tyne Gordon. This body of work features water vessels, zones, fissures, and mounds. In Double Dribble, fictional spaces and forms are in a constant flux, dissolving and emerging, decomposing and regenerating.
Tyne Gordon graduated from the University of Canterbury School of Fine Arts with a BFA (Hons) degree in painting in 2015. Recent exhibitions include 'Precarious Nature', CoCA Toi Moroki, Christchurch, ‘Water Park’, Next Gallery, Christchurch and ‘Croon’, 30 Upstairs, Wellington.