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Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art

Allison Andrachuk is the new director and CEO of Vancouver's Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art. more

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A Vancouver exhibition by Northwest Indigenous artists reflects the resurgence of ancient tattooing practices as a process of cultural reclamation. more

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The re-opening weekend in June features free admission, performances, inaugural artist residencies and a new community-centred exhibition space. more

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First-ever overhaul maximizes exhibition space and programming options in promoting reconciliation through the unique art of Northwest Coast First Nations. more

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Ask Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas how he is and you’ll get an honest answer. “It’s an interesting time,” he says from Vancouver, where he’s juggling several big projects, including his solo show, "The Seriousness of Play". more

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"Land Sea People," an exhibition of contemporary art by Northwest Coast artists at Vancouver’s Bill Reid Gallery, aims to raise awareness about the need to protect the pristine beauty of the Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve. more

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Beth Carter is the new curator at the Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art in Vancouver. Her most recent post was at the Nikkei National Museum in Burnaby, B.C. and more... more

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Sixty-five years ago this exhibition of Kwakwaka’wakw potlatch masks and regalia would have been unthinkable. Potlatches were illegal in Canada from 1884 to 1951. more

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Beth Carter

Photo: Owen Melenka, Glenbow Museum

Beth has over thirty years of curatorial experience and a lifelong passion for the art of the Northwest Coast. more

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The Bill Reid Foundation is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Alexandra Montgomery as CEO of the Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art, effective October 1, 2014. more

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"Octopus Dress"

Photo: Bill Pusztai.

When Kwiaahwah Jones and Gwaai Edenshaw started talking about co-curating an exhibition of contemporary indigenous erotic art, people asked, “Native erotic art? Does it even exist?” more

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It took Haisla artist Lyle Wilson some 20 years to build to his first major exhibition as he explored traditional carving, jewelry, painting and printmaking. more

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