Current Exhibitions

Spotlight Exhibitions

Biodiversity is Life, Biodiversity is Our Life
September 30, 2017 – February 18, 2018

What is biodiversity and why is it so important? Explore these questions through this colourful and thought-provoking series of bilingual panels. In partnership with the Embassy of France in Canada, Vancouver, and presented by UNESCO.

Embassy of France in Canada, Vancouver
Under the leadership of the Embassy of France in Canada, the Office for Science and Technology promotes and supports the development and recognition of French research and technological innovation worldwide by facilitating collaboration between local institutions and French organizations. The Office also has a major interest in developing student and researcher mobility.

START: Pollinators
December 3, 2017 – May 6, 2018

Engage with the artwork of over 300 elementary and secondary students as they explore the importance and curious nature of pollinators. With the support of art mentors and teachers, participants from Edith Cavell Elementary, Highlands Elementary, Holy Trinity Elementary, Waverly Elementary, and Sutherland Secondary created museum exhibits to share their research into local environmental issues and promote positive change in their communities.

Science to Art (START) is a travelling museum project that inspires elementary and secondary students to design and create exhibits through intergenerational collaboration with art mentors.

Project curated by: Thanushi Eagalle. This initiative is funded by the UBC Chapman and Innovation Grant.



Feature Exhibition

Life In Colour

Drawings by Angela Gooliaff, colouring by you. September 16, 2017 – February 18, 2018.

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