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Burn­aby Art Gallery

Molly Lamb Bobak: Talk of the Town & Julie McIn­tyre: Travel Sto­ries. Two new ex­hi­bi­tions fea­tur­ing work by Burn­aby-raised artist Molly Lamb Bobak (1920-2014), and Julie McIn­tyre, a Van­cou­ver print and fi­bre artist. • 6344 Deer Lake Ave., burn­ab­yart­gallery.ca

CityScape Com­mu­nity Art Space

19th Birth­day Party: NVCAC has part­nered with Hous­ing Mat­ters Me­dia Project to bring the 19th Birth­day Party to the North Shore. This me­dia art in­stal­la­tion was pro­duced to ex­plore is­sues re­lat­ing to youth tran­si­tion­ing out of gov­ern­ment care at age 19 and youth home­less­ness. • Open­ing re­cep­tion Feb. 8, 7 p.m., runs un­til March 11 • 335 Lons­dale Ave., North Van, 604-9886844

Elissa Cristall Gallery

Mara Korkola’s prac­tice over the last two decades as a self-pro­fessed land­scape painter has en­com­passed cities, forests and air­ports. • Megan Hep­burn and Bren­nan Stal­ford are emerg­ing artists both work­ing in ab­strac­tion. • 2239 Granville St., cristall­gallery. com

Ian Tan Gallery

Vladimir Kraynyk — Epipha­nies. Street art to fine art. This solo ex­hi­bi­tion fea­tures the new works of emerg­ing Win­nipeg artist Vladimir Kraynyk. • 2342 Granville St., iantan­gallery.com/

Inuit Gallery

15th An­nual Small Trea­sures 2018. This year’s col­lec­tion of­fers a range of beau­ti­ful and in­trigu­ing sculp­tural works, in­clud­ing works from a wide range of Inuit com­mu­ni­ties • 206 Cam­bie St., inuit.com

Mor­ris and He­len Belkin Art Gallery

Begin­ning with the Seven­ties: GLUT. The first of four ex­hi­bi­tions based upon the gallery’s re­search project in­ves­ti­gat­ing the 1970s, an era when so­cial move­ments of all kinds be­gan to co­a­lesce into mod­els of self-or­ga­ni­za­tion that over­lapped with the pro­duc­tion of art and cul­ture. • 1825 Main Mall, UBC, belkin.ubc.ca

Mu­seum of An­thro­pol­ogy

Ama­zo­nia: The Rights of Na­ture. Ama­zo­nian bas­ketry, tex­tiles, carv­ings, feather works and ceram­ics both of every­day and of cer­e­mo­nial use. | The Fab­ric of Our Land: Sal­ish Weav­ing — a jour­ney through the past 200 years of Sal­ish wool weav­ing. | In a Dif­fer­ent Light: Re­flect­ing on North­west Coast Art. more than 110 his­tor­i­cal Indige­nous art­works and marks the re­turn of many im­por­tant works to Bri­tish Columbia. • 6393 NW Marine Dr., UBC, moa.ubc.ca

Mu­seum of Van­cou­ver

City on Edge: A Cen­tury of Van­cou­ver Ac­tivism. Draw­ing from the photo col­lec­tion of The Van­cou­ver Sun and The Prov­ince, this im­mer­sive ex­hi­bi­tion re­vis­its mo­ments of ac­tion, trans­for­ma­tion and det­o­na­tion. • 1100 Ch­est­nut St., mu­se­u­mof­van­cou­ver.ca

Sur­rey Art Gallery

Many Vi­sions, Many Ver­sions: Art from Indige­nous Com­mu­ni­ties in In­dia — fea­tures the work of twenty-four con­tem­po­rary artists from four ma­jor Indige­nous artis­tic tra­di­tions in In­dia. • 13750 88th Ave., sur­rey.ca/art­gallery

Van­cou­ver Art Gallery

Takashi Mu­rakami: The Oc­to­pus Eats Its Own Leg. The first-ever ret­ro­spec­tive of in­ter­na­tional art icon Takashi Mu­rakami to be pre­sented in Canada. Fea­tur­ing fifty­five re­mark­able works, some newly cre­ated for the pre­sen­ta­tion in Van­cou­ver, this ex­hibit of­fers a crit­i­cal and se­ri­ous med­i­ta­tion on the cur­rent state of Ja­panese so­ci­ety in the midst of a com­plex, global world. • 750 Hornby St., va­nart­gallery.bc.ca

Van­cou­ver Mar­itime Mu­seum

Into the Arc­tic: This ex­hibit en­com­passes more than 50 Arc­tic oil paint­ings and three films from Cory Tré­panier’s four Arc­tic ex­pe­di­tions to the fur­thest reaches of the Cana­dian North. • 1905 Og­den Ave., van­cou­ver­mar­itimemu­seum.com

West Van­cou­ver Mu­seum

The Ce­ramic Art of Thomas Kak­inuma: This ex­hibit is the artist’s first sub­stan­tial ret­ro­spec­tive of­fer­ing a rare op­por­tu­nity to see works from pub­lic and pri­vate col­lec­tions. • 680 17th St., west­van­cou­ver­mu­seum.ca

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