The Visual Arts, and the Graphic and Digital Design departments at UFV organized in 2013/2014 the thirs biannual Poster Competition, pARTicipate. The theme of this year's competition was entitled, "Recognition, Healing, Reconciliation" and coincided with the national event held in the fall of 2013 in Vancouver by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC), whose mandate was to "engage the Canadian public and provide education about the history of the residential schools system, the experiences of former students and their families, and the ongoing legacies of the institutions within communities." On September 18, 2013, UFV held events regarding the Indian Residential School Day of Learning. All posters submitted by the students to this edition of pARTicipate were powerful, creative and inspirational - well done and thank you to those who submitted.

2013 winner, Angelito Jimenez's poster entitled,
Awareness of the impact of Indian Residential
School System and the need of
Recognition, Healing and Reconciliation.


Special congratulations go to the winners!


FIRST PLACE: Angelito Jimenez

SECOND PLACE: Clark Giesbrecht

THIRD PLACE -EX AEQUO: Sultankazy Jumataev and Kenichi Kajiyma

JURORS' RECOGNITION: Rochelle Burt and Julie Epp

SPECIAL MENTION: Giovanni Brauer, Amy Hall and Adele Renaud

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