Bill Reid: To Speak With a Golden Voice

The Bill Reid Gallery celebrates the milestone centennial birthday of Bill Reid with an exhibition about his life and legacy, To Speak With a Golden Voice. Through an exploration of his voice, process, lineage, and legacy, the special anniversary exhibition traces the iconic Haida artist’s lasting influence on Indigenous art and culture. This event is […]

A Lens on Vancouver’s Past: Walter Frost’s Holland-America Line

An exhibition of photographs celebrating 100 years of Holland-America Line ships in Vancouver Harbour by East Van’s Walter Edwin Frost (1898-1988) plus interesting facts & figures about Holland America Line, the vessels and each photo. The photographs have been selected by Floris van Weeldered. During a family history project to learn more about his father’s […]

Feast for the Eyes

Feast for the Eyes explores the rich history of food as one of photography’s most prevalent and enduring subjects. In an age where sharing images of food has emerged as a unique facet of contemporary culture, this exhibition offers a look at the timeless ways in which things we eat shape us and our perceptions […]

A Pot Lid for the Sky

A Pot Lid for the Sky is a two-person exhibition featuring Canadian artist Christopher Lacroix in response to the satirical pledge made by American conceptualist John Baldessari in the early 1970s: “I will not make any more boring art.” Baldessari performed this statement through a series of banal gestures that directly contradicted the words. Lacroix, […]

North Shore Art Crawl

The 2021 North Shore Art Crawl will introduce a long-weekend hybrid event. This year, artists can open their studios, galleries or third party venues for in-person scheduled visits from the public. An online experience will also be introduced to merge the artists to a new digital audience for the first time. Please note that times […]

Uncommon Language

Within European and North American art history, expressions of abstract art—from the early to the mid-20th century—have often been linked to a utopian desire for a universal aesthetic language. Uncommon Language responds to the Eurocentric promise—and presumption—of a single overarching artistic language, through the presentation of artworks that evoke, embrace, complicate and counter the idea […]

Shake Up: Preserving What We Value

Earthquakes have long been a part of the reality of living along the Northwest Coast. At MOA, preparation for this reality is a priority of monumental proportions and why the Museum’s iconic Great Hall is slated to undergo major seismic upgrades—to help preserve the building, the collections and cultural heritage. In conjunction with this immense […]

New Artworks by Nilufar Moayeri

For many years, Nilufar Moayeri has created drawings and traditional painting pieces, selected and presented her materials, art exhibits here in Vancouver BC and internationally. As an artist, Nilufar began her career growing up being interested in the arts, beauty of arts and the earthy richness it brings with it. To showcase her amazing talents, […]

9th Annual Climb for Alzheimer’s

Thousands of families across British Columbia are affected by dementia, and now for the first time ever, anyone can help ensure that no one must climb this mountain alone. This year, the ninth annual Climb for Alzheimer’s fundraiser will be held as a province-wide challenge event. Participants can embark on trips ranging from 30-minute hikes […]

Art Explorers Weekend Edition for Kids

Introducing the new Weekend Edition of our popular Art Explorers class! Have your kids join us for a month of Saturdays in our tent outside and draw, paint, sculpt and make prints while discovering the world of art and design. Mediums and techniques using paint, clay and more will be introduced. This course will take […]