Jasper Berehulke

Jasper Berehulke (he/him) originates from Kelowna, BC, with roots in Syilx Okanagan and Ukrainian heritage. Transitioning from the digital 2D animation industry, he has dedicated his UBC undergraduate studies to working in mainly oil painting. Going back to traditional mediums gave him insight to Indigenous and homemade paints, a generous community of punk DIYers, and queer artists just like him. Through his artwork, Jasper invites viewers to explore his reflections on the everyday, offering a unique perspective as a two-spirit and neurodivergent person. He is committed to pushing the boundaries of what queer Indigenous art looks like.


Curriculum Vitae

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2024-current: Future Arts in Residence, Vancouver, Canada.

2023-current: Museum of Vancouver, Coordinator of Indigenous Programs and Community Engagement. 

2023-current: BC Museum Association, Indigenous Advisory Committee 

2016-2017: Yeti Farm Animation Studio, Kelowna, Canada.


2024: Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA), University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada 

2016: 2D Animation and Digital Illustration, Center of Arts and Technology, Kelowna, Canada. 


2024: CATALYST, UBC BFA Graduating Exhibition, Vancouver, Canada.

2024: Climate Catharsis, Hatch Gallery, Vancouver, Canada. 

2024: Space(s), Hatch Gallery, Vancouver, Canada. 

2023: Emotions of Winter, Connection Salon, Vancouver, Canada. 

2023: Featured Queer Artist, Cross and Crows, Vancouver, Canada.

2023: Reveal and Reform, Hatch Gallery, Vancouver, Canada. 

2022: Body, Hatch Gallery, Vancouver, Canada. 

2022: Connecting the Dots, Emily Carr University, Vancouver, Canada.

2021: Queer Digital Intimacies, The Haven, Virtual Exhibition.

2021: Visual Art Undergraduate Exhibition, AVHA Gallery, Vancouver, Canada. 

2020: Under the Skin, Laundry Room Collective, Lake Country, Canada.


2024: Vancouver Outsiders Arts Festival, Roundhouse, Vancouver, Canada. 

2023: CACV Neurodivergent Artist Collective, Gallery George, Vancouver, Canada.

2023: Vancouver Outsiders Arts Festival Touring, Canadian Pacific Gallery; POMOARTS, Vancouver, Canada. 


2021: 1368 St. Paul St., Kelowna, Canada.

2020: 1310 Bertram St. Community Fridge, Kelowna, Canada. 

2020: 1334 St. Paul St., Kelowna, Canada.


2024: Ellen Neel and Chief Beau Dick Award for Art History, Visual Art and Theory

2023: Velour Award in Arts for Indigenous Students 

2023: Helen Pitt Bursary in Fine Arts

2022: Roy Kuyooka Memorial Bursary in Fine Arts

2022: Ian Mills Fine Art Bursary

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