Yukon School of Visual Arts
The Yukon School of Visual Arts (SOVA) is a unique institution located in the remote northern town of Dawson City, Canada. SOVA is dedicated to providing students with a comprehensive education in visual arts, including drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, and new media. The school is known for its unique location, which provides students with access to the stunning natural beauty of the Yukon and the opportunity to study in a remote and isolated setting.
SOVA’s curriculum is designed to give students a strong foundation in traditional art techniques while also encouraging experimentation and innovation. The school offers both diploma and certificate programs, as well as workshops and classes for the general public.
Faculty members at SOVA are accomplished artists and educators, many of whom have international reputations in their field. The small class sizes at SOVA allow for a high level of individual attention and support for each student.
In addition to its academic programs, SOVA also hosts a number of exhibitions and events throughout the year, providing students with opportunities to showcase their work and engage with the wider art community. SOVA is a unique and exciting opportunity for students looking for an immersive and challenging education in the visual arts.