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Museum of Anthropology at UBC

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6393 NW Marine Dr

Vancouver, BC


HOURS: tue-sun 10am-5pm. Last Thursday of the month 10am-9pm. MOA Shop: tue-sun 11am-5pm.

ADMISSION: adults $15; students & seniors (65+) $13; family $35; children 6 and under free; UBC staff, students & faculty free with ID. Last Thursday of the month $10 (5-9pm).

Opening Nov 4
Sankofa: African Routes, Canadian Roots. The vital exhibition shines a light on the different ways of understanding the world through the lenses of African and Black communities by exploring the relationships between traditional and contemporary African art and Black Canadian contemporary art. The exhibition is a celebration of these diverse practices and the lasting legacy of African and Black Canadian artists. Sankofa is jointly curated by Nya Lewis, founder and director of BlackArt Gastown; Nuno Porto, MOA Curator, Africa and South America; and Titilope Salami, a PhD candidate at UBC’s Department of Art History, Visual Art and Theory. Tickets and info: moa.ubc.ca.

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