Welcome to the Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada. Below you’ll find information and links that will help you engage with us online.
MOA houses nearly 50,000 works from almost every part of the world, and is known for its sizeable Northwest Coast collections, including the finest collection of works by Haida artist, Bill Reid.
MOA resides on the traditional and unceded territory of the Musqueam people and works by Musqueam artists welcome visitors to the site.
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Here at MOA we’re taking this pandemic seriously. Learn more about the COVID-19 procedures MOA has in place to keep you safe and healthy when you visit the museum.
During COVID, access to the museum is by timed-entry ticket only. Book your ticket to visit MOA today!
Find out what’s on: current and future exhibitions, programs and events, and other things happening in-person and online at MOA.
A monumental seismic upgrade project underway in MOA’s Great Hall. The upgrades will ensure the resiliency of the Museum and protect its irreplaceable collection in the event of a major earthquake.
Scroll through this list of online MOA resources for you to enjoy from home. In these difficult times of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s more important than ever to keep culture in your daily life.
Discover nearly 50,000 objects in the MOA Collections online. Search different objects by places, peoples, cultures, categories, and even time. Or, explore by keyword to uncover something new.
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January 28, 2021 | 6 – 7:30 PM
Join us for the kick off of a new online MOA series, The Work We Do, which focuses on the work we do at the Museum of Anthropology, the community members we work with, and the shared interests that bring us together.
In the first instalment, join MOA’s Collections Care and Management team as we follow a recently donated acquisition—a contemporary Salish weaving by Barbara Marks McCoy—on its path into the MOA Collection.