Win 4 Passes to see Vancouver Art Gallery’s
Summer Exhibitions Before They’re Gone!

CREDIT: Image: David Milne, Reflected Forms, 1917, watercolour on paper, Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, Women’s Committee Cultural Fund Photo: Stephen Topfer, Art Gallery of Greater Victoria.

Time is running out to see David Milne: Modern Painting – on view until September 9.

Enter to win four adult passes to this and Vancouver Art Gallery’s other major season exhibitions before the summer’s over!

To be eligible, simply post a comment below and be automatically entered to win. We’ll select the lucky winner August 13th and notify the winner by email.

David Milne (1882 – 1953) enjoyed a career that spanned half the twentieth century, taking him from the bustling cityscape of New York, to the battlefields of Northern France and Belgium, and back to the wilderness of the Canadian and US landscape. During his progression as a painter, he carved out a distinguished place among Canada’s most original artists. The first major exhibition of David Milne shown in the country in thirty years, this exhibition coming direct from its recent European debut in London features close to ninety works in oil and watercolour, never-before-presented photographs, drawings, and memorabilia.

David Milne: Modern Painting is part of a touring exhibition presented by Vancouver Art Gallery in collaboration with Dulwich Picture Gallery and the McMichael Canadian Art Collection, with support from the National Gallery of Canada.

“…takes you somewhere you’ve never been” – The Telegraph

“Strikingly original” – The Economist

Also on view at Vancouver Art Gallery this summer:

Cabin Fever, tracing the history of the North American cabin as an architectural form and cultural construct, until September 30.

Ayumi Goto and Peter Morin: how do you carry the land? , a dialogue between two artists presented via their individual and collaborative performance art practice, on until October 28.

Kevin Schmidt: We Are the Robots featuring the interactive, do-it-yourself (DIY) installations DIY Hifi (2014) and RGB Beg Cycle (2018), on until October 28.

Emily Carr in Dialogue with Mattie Gunterman, an exhibition uniting the work of two women artists practicing in British Columbia in the early twentieth century, on until September 3.

Site Unseen is an exhibition that considers artists’ use of the landscape—both urban and rural—as a compelling subject via lens-based practices including photography, film and video, on until September 9.

For more info, visit

Comments are closed for this post

53 Responses to Giveaway:
Win 4 Passes to see Vancouver Art Gallery’s
Summer Exhibitions Before They’re Gone!