ComeBack to Attractions this Summer

There’s something about getting a new perspective on a place you thought you knew well. Now that many of Vancouver’s beloved attractions are reopening their gates, bridges, and gondolas, it’s an excellent chance to look at the city with fresh eyes. Put yourself in the shoes of a tourist and explore one of the world’s top city gardens, marvel at local and international art, embark on a water adventure and basically have an answer when out of town friends ask you about fun things to do around here. Use this list as a jumping-off point to start from this summer! Continue reading:
ComeBack to Attractions this Summer

Vancouver’s Bill Reid Gallery Honours the Connection between Indigenous Women and Water

Becoming Worthy by Marika Echachis Swan

In the heart of downtown, The Bill Reid Gallery showcases Indigenous Northwest Coast Art, the only public gallery in Canada to do so. Named after the talented and celebrated Haida artist Bill Reid, the Gallery does incredibly important work through its permanent collection of the Bill Reid SFU Art Collection and through special exhibitions that aim to educate about Indigenous art and culture.

Starting this spring, the Gallery will be presenting a group exhibition that focuses on water and the power and artistry of Indigenous women.

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Vancouver’s Bill Reid Gallery Honours the Connection between Indigenous Women and Water