Aiden de Vin lives in Kelowna, British Columbia and is completing the fourth year of her Bachelor of Fine Arts at the University of British Columbia’s Okanagan campus in Kelowna, BC. Aiden’s work has been shown at the Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art in 2018 and 2019 and featured in the FEMME handbook in the 2019 issue. She has received the Doug Biden Memorial Scholarship in Visual Arts in 2017 and the Frances Harries Prize in Fine Arts in 2018 from UBC Okanagan. In 2019, Aiden was longlisted for the Lind Prize.

Education 

2020

University of British Columbia Okanagan, BFA with Minor in Art History

Exhibitions 

2020

2019

Art on the Line, University of British Columbia Okanagan (Juried Exhibition)

Interwoven, Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art, Kelowna BC (Solo Exhibition)

Site Lines, University of British Columbia Okanagan (Group Exhibition)

2018

#Simple Service, Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art (Solo Performance)

TALK, Rotary Arts Centre, Kelowna BC (Group Exhibition)

Focal Points, Rotary Arts Centre, Kelowna BC (Group Exhibition)

Art on the Line, University of British Columbia Okanagan (Juried Exhibition)

2017

Wild Nature’s Images, Gallery Vertigo, Vernon BC (Paired Exhibition)

Curatorial Experience

2018

TALK, Rotary Arts Centre, Kelowna BC

Film Festivals

2018

2017

3rd Annual Student Film Festival Okanagan, Kelowna BC

2nd Annual Student Film Festival Okanagan, Kelowna BC

Publications

2020

2019

FEMME Handbook, Annual Print Magazine

FEMME Handbook, Annual Print Magazine

Awards

2018

2017

Frances Harries Prize in Fine Arts, University of British Columbia Okanagan

Doug Biden Memorial Scholarship in Visual Arts, University of British Columbia Okanagan 

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