It has been 20 years since the first class graduated from Langley Fine Arts School (LFAS).
Back in 1993, jeans and flannel were the go-to outfit, and Jurassic Park (the first one) was the must-see movie.
But these won't be the memories honoured in the school's upcoming exhibition.
Graduates of the arts school from the past two decades can be found around the globe with their skills in painting, graphic design, jewelry, and more.
LFAS will be celebrating the accomplishments of these alumni through
the On Your Mark: Visual Art Alumni Exhibition.
The free exhibition will be featured at the Roundhouse Community Arts and Recreation Centre in Vancouver seven days a week, from May 7 to 23.
"I'm excited [about the exhibit]," said accomplished Vancouver-based painter Zoe Pawlak, a member of the graduating class of 2000. "I'm curious, too. I haven't seen anyone [from LFAS] in so long."
Pawlak, like many LFAS grads, went on to further her studies before achieving public acclaim.
Her works have been featured in numerous design and lifestyle magazines, and are collected internationally.
"That school completely changed the direction of my life," she said. "It is definitely the reason I've had the success I've had."
On Your Mark celebrates the creative journeys of the exhibiting artists and designers, as well as their fellow alumni.
The broad scope of work is likely to deliver something for everyone.
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