Meet Lee Gilad, Summer Curatorial Intern

Hello all. My name is Lee Gilad. I recently started a summer curatorial internship here at the CAG, which I am very excited about. Currently, I am a Master’s student at the Comparative Media Arts program at Simon Fraser University. Before that, I was an undergraduate student studying Art History. I am new to Canada, and I am still waiting… Read more »


Hello from Rachel, Marketing and Events Assistant

My name is Rachel Buchholtzer and I’m thrilled to be joining the CAG team as Marketing and Event Assistant this summer, made possible through the Department of Canadian Heritage, Young Canada Works program. My background is in art history – I’m currently finishing my BA in art history at UBC, with a focus on photography and… Read more »


AGM 2016 | Thursday, June 14, 6pm

OFFICIAL NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2016 CAG Contemporary Art Gallery Society of British Columbia MEETING OF GENERAL MEMBERSHIP Thursday, June 14, 2016 at 6:00 p.m. At the Contemporary Art Gallery, 555 Nelson Street, Vancouver AGM Agenda – click to view & download We thank these outgoing Directors for their significant contributions: Marina Newson –… Read more »


Meet Brennagh, Curatorial intern

My name is Brennagh Bailey and I am very excited to be returning to the CAG this spring and summer as a curatorial intern. I first joined the CAG team in June 2014 as Family Day coordinator; designing and directing activities for younger gallery-goers and their parents that promoted artistic engagement with the current exhibitions. Not… Read more »


Hello from Maddy! Visitor Coordinator

I’m Maddy Tranter, one of two new Visitor Coordinators at the CAG! My interest in the CAG developed over my two years as a front desk and events volunteer, but my initial interest in art began much earlier! I took my first art history and costume history courses when I attended the National Ballet School… Read more »


Hello from April!

My name is April Thompson and I am thrilled to be a curatorial intern at the CAG. My first experience with the CAG occurred two years ago when I arrived in Vancouver with the intention to stay just a month. When I came to Vancouver, I felt the strange sensation of visiting a place for… Read more »


Hello from Jocelyn Statia, CAG Visitor Coordinator.

I’m happy to have joined the CAG team in the role of Visitor Coordinator: Publications. Over the past few years I have been volunteering at the CAG, primarily with the Abraham Rogatnick Library. Exploring the collection which features contemporary arts production, and it’s various publications that are local and international in scope. During the course… Read more »


Hello from Shalon! Summer Learning Assistant

Hello! My name is Shalon Webber-Heffernan, and this Summer I am super excited to be working and learning at the CAG! I’m very happy to be working alongside CAG Curator Shaun Dacey in the role of Summer Learning Assistant, and I look forward to getting to know all the staff and volunteers at the gallery…. Read more »


UBC Intern Patrick O’Neill in conversation with Jeremy Shaw | Part 3 of 3

This is the third and final installment of a series of interview questions between UBC Intern Patrick O’Neill and Jeremy Shaw, around Jeremy Shaw’s 2015 exhibition here at CAG, Medium-based Time (February 26-April 19). Patrick O’Neill: In an interview with 032c Magazine you said that you had a “[…] real fondness for the manipulative possibility of… Read more »


UBC Intern Patrick O’Neill interviews Jeremy Shaw | Part 1 of 3

Patrick O’Neill is a UBC Art History student who has come on board as an intern at CAG to assist with the research connected to our Reading Room. While Jeremy Shaw was in town, they took some time to discuss the three works that are currently on display. This post focuses on the work Quickeners (2014)…. Read more »


Hello from Nicola!

Hello! My name is Nicola Krohman and over the last few months I’ve had the opportunity to work with Shaun Dacey, Curator of Learning and Public Programs, and Jill Henderson, Communications Coordinator, as a volunteer and now in my new role as Communications Intern. I first met Jill four years ago when I started as… Read more »