The Museum of Vancouver (“MOV”) explores our city’s rich history of protest demonstrations with City on Edge: A Century of Vancouver Activism, a new photo-based exhibition showcasing rarely seen walks of resistance. The collection features 650 photographs of demonstrations, occupations, riots, blockades, and strikes from the early 1900s to the present day, capturing those transformative […]
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Enjoy an evening of arts and astronomy under the stars with the Museum of Anthropology (“MOA”) on August 12th. Inspired by the global dark sky movement, Blackout Night Sky Festival brings together storytellers, musicians, artists and astronomers to share their relationships to the skies. Witness the peak of the Perseid meteor shower and explore the […]
The Museum of Vancouver (“MOV”) is diving deep into their vault and showcasing some of Vancouver’s most valuable treasures in honour of Canada’s 150th birthday. This new exhibition, called Unbelievable, features contested objects, storied replicas and, iconic artifacts for a mind-bending exploration of the role stories play in defining community – and what happens when […]
Get a behind the scenes look at the home of Vancouver Whitecaps FC and the BC Lions this summer! The BC Sports Hall of Fame and Museum’s All Access Tours of BC Place are back. When you purchase a tour ticket, you’ll not only get guided access to the stadium, you will also be able […]
The Museum of Anthropology (“MOA”) at UBC presents Traces of Words: Art and Calligraphy from Asia on display May 11 – October 9, 2017. Honouring the special significance that written forms hold across many diverse cultures in Asia, the multimedia exhibition will examine how artists have reinterpreted written words as visual expressions. Traces of Words: […]