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SOLD OUT!   Want to hear about our next MOA Jouney? Sign up for our email newsletter.   Join us this summer for a spectacular trip to Haida Gwaii, in which you will explore the islands from north to south. Exclusively for MOA Members, this truly unique journey takes...

April 3, 2016, 2:30–4:30pm Michael Ames Theatre at MOA Free with museum admission  Facebook event page A personal and creative response to the (In)visible exhibition by Jen Sungshine and Sammy Chien, Taiwanese artists-activists based in Vancouver. Don’t miss this exciting closing event for the last day of the exhibition!   (In)visible: The Spiritual...

We explore the theme of art and religious diversity in Taiwan in relation to the (In)visible exhibition with UBC colleagues. Join us for discussion and a tour of the exhibition with the speakers and the curator.   Friday, February 26, 2016, 2:30–4:30 PM. Michael Ames Theatre at MOA Free...

Learn about MOA's collections and exhibitions through a variety of daily guided tours....

The Vancouver School Board's First Peoples Festival provides opportunities for students and staff to enhance their understanding of Aboriginal culture, traditions, and history by engaging in interactive workshops lead by local Aboriginal educators and professionals from the community.   This annual collaboration between the Vancouver School Board...

Vancouver artist Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun, of Coast Salish and Okanagan descent, is showcased in this provocative exhibition of works that confront the colonialist suppression of First Nations peoples and the ongoing struggle for Indigenous rights to lands, resources, and sovereignty.   Twenty years since his last...

  Fall 2017 — Every other Thursday, 4–5 pm — Room 213 at MOA Free — no registration required   This interdisciplinary seminar series on visual and material culture is for anyone with interest in this field across different departments at UBC and beyond. It is an informal forum...

The Coastal First Nations Dance Festival returns to MOA from March 2–5, 2017. Produced by the Dancers of Damelahamid in partnership with MOA, the tenth anniversary of this event will showcase the diverse and rich cultural traditions practiced by a selection of some of the...

(In)visible: The Spiritual World of Taiwan through Contemporary Art explores how traditional and religious beliefs and modern values are integrated in this vibrant country. The exhibition features works by seven contemporary Taiwanese artists, who express and visualize religious beliefs, myths and the spiritual world with...