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Museum of Vancouver

by Meredith Areskoug

1100 Chestnut St

Vanier Park

Vancouver, BC

604-736-4431

HOURS: thu-sun 10am-4pm. Timed entrances, check website for details.

ADMISSION: adults $10; seniors & students $5; children 5 and under free.

To Dec 9
c̓əc̓əwitəl̕ | helping each other | ch’áwatway. A micro-exhibition in the MOV studio that provides an opportunity for the 2019 YVR Art Foundation (YVRAF) scholarship recipients to exhibit their artworks.

Ongoing
Acts of Resistance showcases the artwork of seven indigenous artist activists from the Pacific Northwest, whose designs flew from the Iron Workers Memorial bridge to protest the Trans Mountain Expansion Pipeline. Haida Now: A Visual Feast of Innovation and Tradition. An unparalleled collection of Haida art boasting more than 450 works.

Opening Nov 9
A Seat at the Table: Chinese Immigration and British Columbia. Presented by the Museum of Vancouver and the University of British Columbia, these exhibitions offers a unique encounter with personal stories of Chinese Canadians.

OFFSITE: Hon Hsing Building, 27 E Pender St. fri-sun 10am-4pm. Ongoing A Seat at the Table: Chinese Immigration and British Columbia. Sister exhibition, presented in partnership with the Chinese Canadian Museum Society of BC.

About

Gain a deeper understanding of our city through stories, objects and shared experiences at the Museum of Vancouver. Permanent exhibitions tell the city’s history, starting with an exhibition on the Musqueam First Nation’s ancient landscape and living culture. Further galleries explore the formation of the city, and changes through the 20th century. The neon signs gallery is a favourite of many guests.

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