Vancouver Art Gallery
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Visit the Vancouver Art Gallery and you'll always see major exhibitions of works by the world's leading contemporary artists and history's greatest masters.
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Immerse yourself in historic masterworks and groundbreaking contemporary exhibitions at the Vancouver Art Gallery. 2020 exhibition highlights include: Rhythm, Rapture and the Tree of Life: Emily Carr and Her Contemporaries – to June 28, 2020 Shuvinai Ashoona: Mapping Worlds – February 22 to May…
Permanent and traveling exhibits ranging from modernist to contemporary. Have lunch at the cafe. Cheap on Tuesday nights.
Immerse yourself in ground-breaking historical and contemporary exhibitions at the Vancouver Art Gallery.
Every Sunday, the Gallery offers free admission for children 12 and under when accompanied by an adult, giving families access to all of the Gallery's exhibitions, as well as engaging art-making activities at Weekly Family Programs from 12-4 PM.
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