Amelia ƵGallery

The Amelia ƵGallery is a non-profit organization run by members of the Ƶ community. The mandate of the Art Exhibit Committee is to feature new and established BC artists and to enhance the educational offerings of the College. 

The gallery is named after Lady Amelia Douglas, the Cree wife of Sir James Douglas, known for her courage in the face of danger, and her skill and compassion as a nurse and midwife. Learn more about the life of Lady Amelia Ƶhere. 

We welcome you to explore the current and upcoming exhibits below. 

If you are an artist interested in the submission process, please see Submission Guidelines

"The Long Road Home" Annette Nieukerk

May 9 - July 2, 2024

A painting of the backsides of a nude couple walking along a long road holding hands, with two large birds flying above them.


An Amelia ƵGallery solo exhibition by Vancouver-based artist Annette Nieukerk that explores the concepts of aging, memory, and identity within the framework of beauty standards.

"The multi-media paintings of Annette Nieukerk question the notions of beauty and identity within the framework of our culture.  As a female figurative artist now in her seventies, the focus of her work is the aging body, challenging and breaking down stereotypes that equate beauty solely with youth and that confront a dominant negative perception towards aging. 

Her latest series ‘the long road home’ evokes the sensuality and desire that can exist at advancing years, the intensity of emotion and intimacy pulling two people together, and the deep yearning for connection buried in the human psyche"

Invisbles y desechables: Temporary Foreign Farm Workers. Life and Rituals After Work

July 9 - September 6, 2024 

Opening Reception: July 9, 2024, 4:30pm 

A man sitting on a chair in a large field with the sun setting behind him.


Please join us for the opening reception of this upcoming Amelia ƵGallery Exhibit. 

Temporary Foreign Farm Workers represent one of the most vulnerable sectors of labour in Canada and face significant discrimination and exploitation in their daily lives. Invisibles y desechables (Invisibles and Disposables) Temporary Foreign Farm Workers. Life and Rituals After Work provides a glimpse into the daily lives of Temporary Foreign Workers (TFW’s) in Canada and aims to raise awareness about their everyday working and living conditions. Featuring photography and artwork from Luz Rosas and Carlos Colín, this is one of several educational and artistic initiatives organized by . 

Gallery Hours

Monday-Friday 10:00am-7:30pm

Saturday 11:00am-4:00pm 

Sunday Closed 


Fourth Floor North, Ƶ 

700 Royal Avenue, New Westminster 

One block from New Westminster Skytrain Station

Contact Information

Arts Events Officer 
Phone: 604 527 5495