UBC Okanagan Art Gallery

The UBC Okanagan Art Gallery advocates for the research, understanding and discussion of contemporary art, art history and intersecting study and practices.
Wanderlust, Aj Jaeger

aj Jaeger, Wanderlust, 2016. Installed in the Lower Commons

As a university gallery, managed and located within the Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies, the UBC Okanagan Gallery is committed to a research mandate realized through: research-creation, exhibitions, performance, publications, permanent collection and acquisitions, curatorial studies and community-engaged programs, in the field of creative and critical studies.

The University of British Columbia Okanagan Gallery was formed as an umbrella institution to manage the FINA Gallery, Public Art Collection and the new downtown gallery space (opening in 2024).

UBC Okanagan Art Gallery

Public Art Collection

Containing 700 pieces of Canadian and international art and artifacts


Researching, preserving and promoting creative practices