|BRITISH COLUMBIA ARTISTS|
The Group put on exhibitions of their work, and published a mimeographed newsletter called The Smock Pocket which kept members up to date on group activities, weddings and births, exhibitions, artist studios, and other general art-related information. The Spring 1936 edition of the newsletter is an excellent historical "snapshot" of a range of information about the graduates during the Great Depression.
|May 3 - 18 1933||1st Annual Exhibition||VAG|
|May 4 - 20 1934||2nd Annual Exhibition||VAG|
|May 14 - 26 1935||3rd Annual Exhibition||VAG|
|May 8 - 22 1936||4th Annual Exhibition||VAG|
|Nov. 2 - 14 1937||Group Exhibition||VAG|
|Dec. 6 - 18 1938||Group Exhibition||VAG|
"Graduate's Association Work Also On Display"
Vancouver Sun, May 5 1934 by Mamie Maloney
"Art Grads Have Varied Displays" by R.W.M.
Daily Province, May 23 1935
"Graduates in Art" by Cintra
(unknown newspaper), April 25, 1936
"Art Graduates Have Excellent Exhibition"
News Herald, November 3 1937