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  • Friday, April 5, 2019 - 10:00am - Tuesday, December 31, 2019 - 9:00pm

    The Museum of Vancouver is pleased to announce its newest feature exhibition There is Truth Here: Creativity and Resilience in Children’s Art from Indian Residential and Day Schools.

    Curated by Andrea Walsh, Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Victoria, and originally displayed at the Legacy Art Gallery in Victoria, the exhibition has been adapted with additional works from the MOV collection. Sharon Fortney, Curator of Indigenous Collections and Engagement at MOV, facilitated bringing this exhibit to Vancouver.

  • Thursday, April 25, 2019 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm

    Explore feature exhibitions and enjoy live music performed in our auditorium.

    Two of Vancouver’s dynamic choirs share an evening of singing and engagement. Series curated by Dominique Hogan.

    The West End Chamber Choir has been performing classical and contemporary music under the inspirational direction of Natalia Manolov since 2009. WECC’s enthusiastic members are committed to sharing their joy of singing with the community, performing three to five concerts yearly.

    The primary focus of the ensemble is learning major works, performing in more than 10 languages over the course of their 10 year history.

    Performance highlights include:

  • Thursday, May 9, 2019 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm

    What does it take to save a species? Join us for the Vancouver premiere of Isabelle Groc and Mike McKinlay’s Toad People (Canada, 2017, 76 mins).

    Produced by local grassroots environmental organization, Wilderness Committee.

    Every summer, thousands of fingernail-sized Western toads cover a rural road in the community of Ryder Lake in Chilliwack, British Columbia.

    When the toadlets migrate from their breeding ground in the wetlands into the forest, few make it to the other side of the road. Western toads, like other amphibians in BC, are struggling because of habitat loss, climate change, and human interference.

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