Brent Sparrow Jr. (b. 1970) is an artist and carver who apprenticed with his mother, Coast Salish artist Susan Point, and with adopted Kwakwaka’wakw artist John Livingston since 2006. Sparrow studied welding at BCIT, receiving a provincial “B” Red Seal, as well as completing the first year of Steel Fabrication. Brent has gained experience working with Susan Point on the creation and installation of numerous public art projects, including pieces for the City of Vancouver, the City of Richmond, the Stanley Park Gateways, the Vancouver Convention Centre, the YVR Skytrain Station and Seattle Children’s Hospital. In addition to his many works at UBC, he has commissioned works for CBC and VANOC Killarney Community Centre.