Grahame Arnould: Turning Heads
November 17, 2016 – April 2, 2017
This exhibit highlights the work of editorial cartoonist, Grahame Arnould. As an avid outdoorsman, Arnould’s work often focuses on biodiversity and threats to the environment. In the tradition of editorial cartooning, the works in this display attempt to raise awareness of these issues. Visitors can also get involved by writing their own caption for a funny gag cartoon.
100 Years, 100 Treasures
May 28, 2016 – April 30, 2017
This exhibition is the conclusion of the BeatyTreasures.com election campaign. After months of speculation, the top ten treasures will be revealed! To mark UBC’s centennial year, the exhibition will explore the history of the museum collections intertwined with the history of the university. Visitors will hear what the experts have to say about the top specimens in a video installation, and get the chance to share their own favourite treasures in an interactive social media component.
Research is happening right now, right here at the Biodiversity Research Centre. Discover the questions scientists are asking about our world and explore how they are answering them.
Exploring biodiversity through gaming. On until September 3, 2017