Bill Reid Gallery presents their latest mezzanine exhibition, 13 Moons Around the Lake, an exhibition curated by Nlaka’pamux artist Nadine Spence. This exhibition is part of a larger, multi-year project titled Honouring Our Grandmothers Healing Journey.
13 Moons Around the Lake at the Bill Reid Gallery
- When: October 25, 2023 – January 28, 2024
- Where: Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art (639 Hornby St, Vancouver)
- Admission: Tickets can be purchased online or on site for $6-$13
- Free admission on the first Friday of the month, 2:00pm to 5:00pm
- Free admission for Indigenous Peoples and Gallery Members
13 Moons Around the Lake celebrates and honours Indigenous grandmothers, family, the lands, the waters, and the salmon cycle in Southern British Columbia.
This exhibition will feature several designed bentwood chests, chest carrier platforms, Nlaka’pamux regalia, blankets, and other artworks by Indigenous artists from a variety of BC nations, which depict their own individual histories, stories, and healing journeys.
Also on now at the gallery: Bright Futures
About the Bill Reid Gallery
The Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art is a public gallery nestled in the heart of downtown Vancouver. It was named after acclaimed Haida artist Bill Reid (1920–1998), a master goldsmith, carver, sculptor, writer, broadcaster, and spokesman. Since opening in May 2008, the Bill Reid Gallery has remained the only public gallery in Canada devoted to contemporary Indigenous art of the Northwest Coast, and is home to the Simon Fraser University Bill Reid Art Collection, as well as special exhibitions of contemporary Indigenous art of the Northwest Coast of North America.
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