Exciting Vancouver Exhibitions to Check Out This Summer

Photo: Detailed exterior view of the Great Hall at the Museum of Anthropology at
UBC as seismic upgrades near completion, April 2024. Photo by Brannen
Bell.

Vancouver’s rich cultural diversity has contributed to a thriving arts and culture landscape, with artists expressing themselves in innovative and powerful ways. This summer, galleries, museums, and gardens are presenting incredible exhibitions that showcase the exciting work and cultures of this city’s communities, including both traditional and contemporary Indigenous cultures.

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Exciting Vancouver Exhibitions to Check Out This Summer

Vancouver’s biggest free art show coming up at Emily Carr University

Andrew James McKay, Large Entanglement, acrylic, ink+graphite on 36″ by 48″ panel. 2018.

Vancouver’s biggest free art exhibition returns May 4-19. The Emily Carr University annual grad show, aka The Show, features original works by more than 300 graduating art students from the world-renowned art school. Work is by graduating students from across the school’s degree programs, including Fine Arts, Design, and Media Arts. The work will be exhibited on all four floors of the campus.

Find out more about The Show below.

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Vancouver’s biggest free art show coming up at Emily Carr University