Bill Reid Gallery: Resurgence – Indigiqueer Identities

Two Spirits at the Carnival Stations of the Cross. By Levi Nelson, Oil, acrylic on canvas, 2019. Private collection.

The Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art presents the exhibition Resurgence: Indigiqueer Identities, curated by Jordana Luggi – which celebrates the deeply personal and profound work of four emerging artists – and their unique identities and stories as queer Indigenous people, on display October 21, 2020 – January 24, 2021. Continue reading:
Bill Reid Gallery: Resurgence – Indigiqueer Identities

Tickets now on sale for MOA’s latest exhibit – Shame and Prejudice: A Story of Resilience

Death of the Virgin, Kent Monkman (2016)

The Museum of Anthropology, a place of world arts and cultures with a special emphasis on the First Nations peoples and other cultural communities of British Columbia, re-opened on July 8. With the re-opening, MOA introduced Shame and Prejudice: A Story of Resilience, an exhibit that carries the viewer on a journey through the past 150 years of Canada. The postponed critically acclaimed exhibition was originally scheduled for May 8 – October 12, 2020, and will now display from August 6, 2020, to January 3, 2021, making its final stop in Vancouver following a three-year, cross-country tour, during a pivotal moment in the global discourse on systemic racism. Continue reading:
Tickets now on sale for MOA’s latest exhibit – Shame and Prejudice: A Story of Resilience

Womxn and Waterways at Bill Reid Gallery highlights our relationship to water

Rage Flowers by Lindsay Delaronde.

Guest curators ReMatriate Collective present qaʔ yəxw – water honours us: Womxn and Waterways at Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art (639 Hornby St.).

Opening April 10 and running until Oct. 2, the group show features work by nine indigenous artists. The work addresses what the guest curators call “a universal relationship to water in a politically divisive moment.” Find out more below.

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Womxn and Waterways at Bill Reid Gallery highlights our relationship to water