1905 Ogden Ave
HOURS: tue-sun 10am-5pm. Timed entrances, check website for details.
ADMISSION(+GST): adults $13.50; students & seniors (ID) $11.00; youth (6-18) $10.00; family $38.00; 5 and under free.
To Nov 14
Paula Nishikawara: If I Lived in the Ocean. An immersive underwater experience filled with evidence of humanity’s footprints. In what the experimental artist calls a museum intervention, waste plastics and traditional art, weave together to create a hopeful environmental message.
Canoe Cultures :: Ho’-ku-melh – War Canoes and the Gifts They Carry Forward. This celebration of the resilience of Indigenous communities is curated by Indigenous artist Roxanne Charles. Ho’-ku-melh is a Chinook Jargon word that means “to gather.” This exhibition is a gathering of artists and knowledge holders. Twelve Indigenous artists share their gifts in a multi-sensory journey exploring climate change, food security, displacement and colonialism. Also showcases Canoe Cultures, a program that promotes canoe pulling.