On view until January 31, 2017: This unique exhibition will showcase the most comprehensive collection of contemporary Sepik art in North America, and will draw urgent attention to the logging and mining operations that pose environmental threats to the region.
Opens May 10, 2016: Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun is showcased in this provocative exhibition of paintings, drawings, sculptures, and installation works that confront the colonialist suppression of First Nations peoples and the ongoing struggle for Aboriginal rights.
The Curatorial Department supports initiatives, including research, exhibitions, and publishing, that help to build respectful relationships and mutual understanding with cultural communities represented through MOA’s collections.MORE
MOA Journeys gives art lovers the opportunity to gain new insights and fresh perspectives on art and culture around the globe with bespoke trips guided by Museum staff and guest curators.MORE
The Oral History and Language Laboratory (OHLL) is a media recording, digitization and editing facility that provides technical services, support and consultation in the areas of media recording, digitization and preservation.MORE
The Museum Shop offers a diverse and engaging collection of handcrafted objects created by local and international artisans. Shop selections are guided by current exhibitions, and strengthened through relationships developed by MOA staff and artists across the globe.MORE
This collaborative work-study program provides students with an opportunity to learn about traditional and contemporary Northwest Coast cultures from their own experiences and research, and from local First Nations guest speakers.MORE