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BILL REID GALLERY OF NORTH­WEST COAST ART Ded­i­cated to con­tem­po­rary Abo­rig­i­nal art of the North­west Coast. High­lights in­clude Reid’s gold and sil­ver jew­ellery, Reid’s bronze mas­ter­piece Mythic Mes­sen­gers and a fullscale totem pole carved by James Hart. The gallery shop is a des­ti­na­tion for North­west Coast gifts, in­clud­ing orig­i­nal art, jew­elry and gift­ware. In­ter­face: The Wo­ven Art­work of Meghann O’Brien In­tri­cate tex­tile works and cedar weav­ings by the Kak­waka’wakw/Haida artist (to Jan 9). Body Lan­guage: Reawak­en­ing Cul­tural Tat­too­ing of the North­west First Na­tions artists of the North­west Coast ex­plore the rich his­tory and artistry of tat­too­ing, pierc­ing and per­sonal adorn­ment (to Jan 13). Daily 10 am-5 pm. $13, se­nior $10, stu­dent $8, 13-17 $6, un­der 13 free, fam­ily $30. Free ad­mis­sion from 2-5 pm on first Fri­day of the month. 639 Hornby St. 604-682-3455. www. bill­rei­dgallery.ca X Map 1: B5

MU­SEUM OF AN­THRO­POL­OGY AT UBC Mag­nif­i­cent North­west Coast First Na­tions art and ar­ti­facts, such as feast dishes, ca­noes and con­tem­po­rary Sal­ish weav­ing. Also houses ar­ti­facts from indige­nous cul­tures around the world. Guided gallery walks. Cul­ture at the Cen­tre: Hon­our­ing Indige­nous Cul­ture, His­tory and Lan­guage A col­lab­o­ra­tive ex­hibit be­tween six First Na­tions com­mu­ni­ties high­lights the work Indige­nous-run cul­tural cen­tres and mu­se­ums are do­ing in BC (to Oct 8). Arts of Re­sis­tance: Pol­i­tics and the Past

in Latin Amer­ica Il­lus­trates how Latin Amer­i­can com­mu­ni­ties use tra­di­tional art forms to ex­press con­tem­po­rary po­lit­i­cal re­al­i­ties (to Oct 8). In a Dif­fer­ent Light: Re­flect­ing on North­west Coast Art Over 110 his­tor­i­cal First Na­tions art­works pre­sented through the lens of con­tem­po­rary Indige­nous com­mu­nity mem­bers (to spring 2019). Gift shop, cafe. Tu-Su 10 am-5 pm, Th 10 am-9 pm. $18, s/s $16, fam­ily $47. $10 on Th from 5-9 pm. 6393 N.W. Ma­rine Dr. 604-822-5087. www.moa.ubc.ca X Map 4: D1

VAN­COU­VER ART GALLERY The city’s pub­lic gallery. Pub­lic tours and weekly fam­ily pro­grams avail­able. Ayumi Goto & Peter Morin: how do you carry the land? Per­for­mance art and on­go­ing col­lab­o­ra­tions by the artists (to Oct 28). Kevin Sch­midt: We Are the Robots The BC-based artist’s prac­tice fea­tures DIY ex­per­i­ments, in­clud­ing an au­dio­phile lis­ten­ing room (to Oct 28). Guo Pei: Cou­ture Be­yond Fash­ion de­signs by China’s fore­most cou­turière evoke the deca­dence of China’s his­tor­i­cal dy­nas­ties (Oct 13-Jan 20). Dana Clax­ton: Fring­ing the Cube Sur­vey ex­hibit of the Van­cou­ver-based Hunkpapa Lakota (Sioux) artist, known for her ex­pan­sive mul­tidis­ci­plinary ap­proach (Oct 27-Feb 3). A Cu­ra­tor’s View: Ian Thom Se­lects The re­tir­ing cu­ra­tor presents his per­sonal favourites from the gallery’s 12,000-piece per­ma­nent col­lec­tion (to Mar 17). Gift shop and cafe with rooftop pa­tio. Daily 10 am-5 pm, Tu and first Fri­day of the month to 9 pm. $24, s/s $18, 6-12 $6.50, un­der 6 free, fam­ily $55. Tu ad­mis­sion by do­na­tion af­ter 5 pm. Su ad­mis­sion free for 12 and un­der. 750 Hornby St. 24-hr info 604-662-4719. www.va­nart­gallery.bc.ca X Map 1: C5

VAN­COU­VER BI­EN­NALE Non-profit or­ga­ni­za­tion cel­e­brates art in pub­lic spa­ces with large-scale sculp­tural works by international artists. Visit the web­site for site lo­ca­tions, then wan­der the city to view the pieces. The 2018-2020 ex­hibit has the theme “re-IM­AGE-n.” www.van­cou­ver­bi­en­nale.com

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