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Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art

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639 Hornby St

Vancouver, BC


HOURS:  wed-sun 11am-5pm; seniors (60+), vulnerable people and first responders last Thursday of each month 9:30-11am.

ADMISSION: adults $13; seniors $10; students $8; youths (13-17) $6; children 12 and under and members free; family $30.

To Jan 30
Weaving the Future explores the important role of mentorship, and how sharing traditional knowledge can build a sense of identity and promote healing. This exhibition features three established weavers–Debra Sparrow (Musqueam), Angela George (Tsleil-Waututh) and Janice George (Squamish), partnered with their students: Aleen Sparrow, Deanna George, and Anita Tetreau.

Sho Sho Esquiro: Doctrine of Discovery. The premiere solo exhibition by award-winning designer, artist, and activist Sho Sho Esquiro showcases meticulously crafted couture gowns, textiles, paintings and photographs to celebrate the beauty, strength and resilience of First Nations communities in the face of historical and ongoing trauma. Curated by Miranda Belarde-Lewis.


The Bill Reid Gallery was established by the Bill Reid Foundation in 2008, to celebrate the Haida master artist Bill Reid (1920 – 1998), and the diverse living cultures of the Northwest Coast. The Gallery honours Bill Reid by exhibiting the Bill Reid SFU Art Collection, and presenting special exhibitions and programs that build bridges between all peoples, including Indigenous and settler populations. Our mandate is to promote a greater awareness of Indigenous cultures and values.


Paying Homage to Legendary Artist Bill Reid To Speak with a Golden Voice