Bill Reid Gallery Honours Role of Indigenous Women & Their Connection to Water in New Exhibition

Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art presents qaʔ yəxw – water honours us: Womxn and Waterways from April 10–October 2, 2019.

Bill Reid Gallery Launches 10th Anniversary Series with Premiere Exhibition – BODY LANGUAGE: Reawakening Cultural Tattooing of the Northwest –

Contemporary Artists reclaim identity through resurgence of Northwest Indigenous tattooing, piercing and personal adornment Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art, celebrating its 10th anniversary, announces the leading-edge exhibition BODY LANGUAGE: Reawakening Cultural Tattooing of the Northwest, running June 8, 2018 – January 13, 2019. Until the 1885 potlatch ban, tattooing and piercing were integral … Read moreBill Reid Gallery Launches 10th Anniversary Series with Premiere Exhibition – BODY LANGUAGE: Reawakening Cultural Tattooing of the Northwest –

Bill Reid Gallery Marks 10th Anniversary with $1.5 Million Renovation

  First-ever overhaul maximizes exhibition space and programming options in promoting reconciliation through the unique art of Northwest Coast First Nations   Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art today announced it will undergo a $1.5 million renovation to repurpose its current space at 639 Hornby Street, allowing the gallery to expand its exhibition offerings … Read moreBill Reid Gallery Marks 10th Anniversary with $1.5 Million Renovation

“Intangible” – New Exhibition Opens at the Bill Reid Gallery

  An exciting new exhibit featuring a diverse display of art works created by six Coast Salish artists has just opened at the Bill Reid Gallery. Subtitled “Memory and Innovation in Coast Salish Art”, the pieces are all very modern but are clearly grounded in the multigenerational traditions of the Coast Salish people. The exhibition … Read more“Intangible” – New Exhibition Opens at the Bill Reid Gallery

GIVING VOICE – 13 Indigenous & Non-Indigenous Celebrating Musical Diversity and Creating A Cross-Cultural Musical Experience

Haida-Tsimshian musical duo Sister Says have teamed up with the Bill Reid Gallery and Christ Church Cathedral to present, Giving Voice, a cross-cultural musical experience on Thursday, June 15, 2017 at the Christ Church Cathedral at 7pm. This all ages event showcases 13 Indigenous and non-Indigenous performers combining the sounds of soul, blues, and hip-hop.   This musical celebration will … Read moreGIVING VOICE – 13 Indigenous & Non-Indigenous Celebrating Musical Diversity and Creating A Cross-Cultural Musical Experience

Bill Reid Gallery Announces Intangible: Innovative Exhibition to Draw from Past and Unfurl Future of Coast Salish Art 

    Diverse collection to feature sculpture, hand-weaving, hip-hop performance art, multimedia installation, and more by artists from across Coast Salish territory   Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art announces its next major exhibition, Intangible, a collection of evocative and diverse Coast Salish works on display from September 13 – December 10, 2017. Influenced by … Read moreBill Reid Gallery Announces Intangible: Innovative Exhibition to Draw from Past and Unfurl Future of Coast Salish Art