current & past exhibitions
Opens: June 2nd - 7 - 10 pm
Continues weekends from 12-5 pm, until June 18th
Alysha Farling's installation "Daydreaming & the Long Burn Out" unfolds over the next two weeks in the gallery at arc.hive, opening to the public on June 2nd at 7:00 pm. We are so excited to have Alysha in the space at arc.hive. Come join us in celebrating her work with us!
Opens: April 7th - 7 - 10 pm
Remains open on weekends from 12:00 - 5:00 pm, until April 23rd.
Artist Talk: April 23rd: 3:00 pm
arc.hive is pleased to present 'strange knowledge', an exhibition of sculptures by artist Mike Kammerer which play with elementary organic forms, and explore our understanding of biological life and the physical world.
Opens March 3rd - 7:00 - 9:00 pm
Remains open on weekends from 12:00 - 5:00 pm for the month of March
Hopeful Monsters is an exhibition of 17 contemporary artists from the Victoria area reflecting on issues related to mutants, monsters, and strangers. Exploring concepts of otherness through personal, social and political avenues the artists have created diverse works that probe what it means be on the margins of the canons of belonging. Artists include: Alison Bigg, Sandra Doore, Alysha Farling, Laura Feeleus, Laurie Freeman, Roy Green, Karina Kalvaitis, PJ Kelly, Kyle Labinsky, Elizabeth Litton, Fern Long, Amber MacGregor, Bronwyn McMillin, Connie Michele Morey, Shannon Peck, Regan Rasmussen and Trish Shwart.
Roseus I: Rose-Fingered Dawn (detail); by Laurie Freeman,
Fiberglass resin, pvc, enamel; 12 x 5 x 6"; 2017
contemporary arc.hive community
January 27 - 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
January 28th - 29th from 12:00 - 5:00 pm
arc.hive will open its doors to the public on the weekend of January 27th - 29th with open studios and an in-house installation "snapshot" that provides a glimpse into the process work of 47 contemporary emerging artists, performers and poets from the Victoria area.