Quiet Spaces: A Virtual Community Art Space Project by UFV Students

Quiet Spaces is an e-zine and virtual Community Art Space program created by students of the University of the Fraser Valley’s Community Practices Class, and presented in partnership with The Reach Gallery Museum.

While the current health crisis prevents The Reach from sharing new community-led projects on the walls of our Community Art Space, we are pleased to work with community partners like professor Aimée Henny Brown and UFV’s Community Practices Class to present this engaging project virtually!

Check out this video to hear Aimée Henny Brown speak about this online publication and learn how you can get involved!

Read Quiet Spaces

To read the e-zine Quiet Spaces from cover to cover, click the link below. You will need a downloadable PDF Reader installed on your computer or phone, such as Adobe Acrobat Reader.

Download Quiet Spaces

Or click here to learn more about The Reach’s Community Art Space program and how to apply for a program spot in 2021.

Create Your Own Quiet Space

Create your own Quiet Space using this downloadable worksheet.

DIY Quiet Spaces Worksheet

Use this page as a place to draw, collage, or write about your own ‘quiet space.’

We want to see what you create! Share your creation with your social media following and don’t forget to tag #TheReachAtHome.

Click here to find out more about the virtual book club led by Aimée Henny Brown, in partnership with The Reach.