Explore Tender Works through the topics of affection and gentleness with this season’s Encounter.
Work with Assistant Curator Regan Shrumm as she facilitates a meditative letter writing session that will encourage use of all the senses.
All material supplied, just bring your sense of play!
The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria sits on the unceded and traditional territory of the Lkwungen-speaking peoples, today known as the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations, and WSÁNEĆ Nation.
The main entrance on Wilspencer Place is wheelchair accessible. There is a ramp leading up to all exhibitions areas. Please note that the upper-level administration offices are not wheelchair accessible and are accessed by three flights of stairs.
Free parking is available outside our gallery. There is one free accessible parking spaces across from the main entrance on Wilspencer Place.
For those using cars, there is a loading zone with a curb cutout in front of the museum at Wilspencer Place.
The gallery is located near the following bus stops:
• The Fort and Moss bus stop serving lines 11, 14, and 15.
• The Fort and Linden bus stop serving line 22.
All BC Transit buses are wheelchair accessible. For handyDART, BC Transit’s accessible, door-to-door shared transit service, please contact BC Transit.
Four gender-neutral single-stall bathrooms are available, one with a baby changing table. All washrooms have wheelchair accessible stalls but no power doors. Please ask staff for directions.
A pair of hands are writing with a red marker on a notebook in the center of the image. A stack of notebooks sit on the upper right side.
Nicholas Vandergugten, What Comes First, 2018, video still, photo courtesy of the artist.