Saturday, August 12, 2017: Constellations may connect the stars, but what connects us to the night sky? Inspired by the global dark sky movement, this family-friendly festival brings together storytellers, astronomers, musicians, artists and Indigenous youth to share their relationships to the skies.

On view until June 3, 2019: In a Different Light: Reflecting on Northwest Coast Art presents over 110 historical Indigenous artworks through the eyes of contemporary First Nations artists and community members. You will see these objects as more than art — as teachers, belongings and more.

On view until January 28, 2018: Named after one of the world’s most culturally, socially, and linguistically diverse regions, this exhibition explores the creative ideas that inspire Indigenous resistance to threats facing the world’s largest rainforest.

Traces of Words: Arts and Calligraphy from Asia

On view until October 9, 2017: Words and their physical manifestations are explored in this insightful exhibition, which honours the special significance that written forms hold across the many unique cultures of Asia, a vast area boasting the greatest diversity of languages in the world.

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