Connor Charlesworth, MFA

Sessional Lecturer

Creative Studies, Visual Arts
Other Titles: Drawing & 2D
Office: FIP 322
Phone: 250.807.8913

Research Summary

Visual arts, contemporary drawing and painting practices, colour, installation, post-production, history of modern art, facture, and thing theory.

Courses & Teaching

Drawing, Painting, Studio


Connor Charlesworth is a contemporary visual artist currently based in Kelowna on unceeded Sylix territory. He received his MFA from the University of Victoria (2018) with a specialization in painting, and his BFA from the University of British Columbia in Kelowna (2015) with a minor in Art History and Visual Culture. His subject matter varies, however his current work is primarily concerned with the space between painted images and objects; often looking back at the history of modernist painting. Connor has taught drawing and painting at the University of Victoria, Thompson Rivers University, and the University of British Columbia in Kelowna.



MFA, University of Victoria, 2018; BFA, University of British Columbia, 2015

Selected Publications & Presentations

Quigley, Megan. “Rootstock, And Seed”, In Toto Exhibition Catalogue. May 2018. Print

Artist talk, Vernon Public Art Gallery, March 2020.

Selected Exhibitions

Relief, Push, Woe, Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art, Kelowna BC

The Atom of Sleep is Diffusion, Audain Gallery, University of Victoria, BC

Double Vision, Kelowna Art Gallery, curated by Liz Wylie

13th World Print Annual Mini Print, Lessedra Contemporary Projects, Sofia, Bulgaria


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