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Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art

by Meredith Areskoug

639 Hornby St

Vancouver, BC

604-682-3455

HOURS: wed-sun 11am-5pm; thu 9:30am-11am. Seniors (60+), vulnerable people and first responders thu 9:30-11am.

ADMISSION: adults $13; seniors $10; youth (13-17) $6; child (12 and under) free.

Satellite Gift Shop at the SFU Bookstore in Harbour Centre at 555 West Hastings Street, Vancouver. This location features an array of expertly curated gifts including jewelry, printwork, sculptures, books, accessories and more.

To Jan 24
Resurgence: Indigequeer Identities. Curated by Jordana Luggi, this exhibition celebrates the personal and profound work of four, 2Spirit artists and their unique identities and stories as queer Indigenous people. Featured works from artists Levi Nelson, Jaz Whitford, Morgan Whitehead and Raven John explore the roles they see themselves in their communities influenced by their own rich experiences that reflect the diversity of Indigequeer love & life.

Ongoing
To Speak with a Golden Voice. Commemorating the 100th anniversary of Bill Reid-Gwaai Edenshaw (mentored by Reid) will provide an insightful look at the complexities of Bill Reid’s life and legacy.

ABOUT

The Bill Reid Gallery was established by the Bill Reid Foundation in 2008, to celebrate the Haida master artist Bill Reid (1920 – 1998), and the diverse living cultures of the Northwest Coast. The Gallery honours Bill Reid by exhibiting the Bill Reid SFU Art Collection, and presenting special exhibitions and programs that build bridges between all peoples, including Indigenous and settler populations. Our mandate is to promote a greater awareness of Indigenous cultures and values.

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Paying Homage to Legendary Artist Bill Reid To Speak with a Golden Voice