Vancouver Art Gallery
The Vancouver Art Gallery is a not-for-profit organization supported by its members, individual donors, corporate funders, foundations, and the City of Vancouver. The museum occupies a 15,300-square-metre-building adjacent to Robson Square in downtown Vancouver, making it the largest art museum in Western Canada.
As of 2021, the Vancouver Art Gallery is displaying 215 pairs of shoes in memoriam of 215 Indigenous children buried in a mass grave between 1900-1971 at the site of Kamloops Residential School. This exhibit is meant to honour their lives, those of their families, and raise awareness.
Quick tip: On Tuesday evenings (5-9pm), the entrance fee is by donation.
Location750 Hornby St., Vancouver, BC V6Z 2H7
Web & Socialhttp://www.vanartgallery.bc.ca/
- Quick tip: On Tuesday evenings (5-9pm), the entrance fee is by donation.
- Take in an exhibit at the Vancouver Art Gallery, followed by drinks at the charming Gallery Café. The Café’s desserts are divine and the atmosphere is seemingly European.
- Pay what you like entrance fee on Tuesday evenings!
- don't miss out on the Dutch Madters show. Closes September 13th
For the best experience and expanded features, try our app for iOS and Android.
Are you're the owner of Vancouver Art Gallery?
Reach out to have us help you show up better.