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The Bill Reid Gallery is the only public Gallery in Canada dedicated to contemporary Indigenous Northwest Coast Art and honours Bill Reid by exhibiting the Bill Reid SFU Art Collection as well as presenting special exhibitions and programs that...more
Hours Today: 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
639 Hornby St, Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2G3, Canada
All reviews gift shop first nations his life small museum northwest coast art haida gwaii silver jewelry native artists on display works of art indigenous peoples worth a visit vancouver airport admission fee for sale few blocks great place to visit
Museum devoted to the work of an important First Nations artist who worked several media. The space is small but charming and bright and in the center of the city. A visit is not likely to take more than an hour or so, and definitely...More
Bill Reid is legendary in the BC and when you read about him and see his art work, carvings and the like, you will be amazed. The small space does feature a few other local artish from time to time. It's an intimate space but...More
We had a private curator-led tour at the Bill Reid Gallery and Beth Carter was an excellent guide. She talked about the newly renovated gallery and the "Interface" exhibition by Meghann o`Brien. We truly enjoyed our visit and learned so much. Worth visiting for sure!
Stunning works of museum quality work. The outside of the building is gorgeous within a beautiful complex. The inside of the gallery is designed to minimize distractions and focus on the art. There is a fee to get into the gallery.
We enjoyed a bit of time in this gallery while in downtown Vancouver. It had lots of history of Bill Reid, much of which was new to us, such as his mixed descent of Coastal Indian and a Scottish father. Also gave us a new...More
coming to vancouver weekly for appts. thus try and see something to balance the stress of those appointments. came along here after it popped up on my radar. had been wanting to for quite awhile. have followed his story for years. and seen examples of...More
This gallery has art and jewelry created by Bill Reid, but also interesting displays his life, on native textiles, on tattoo traditions, all in a lovely space. The gift shop has jewelry art for sale, as well as books and other gift items.
I did not know about Bill Reid but I wanted to see some indigenous art. This place is a gem. The work of this talented artist is perfectly displayed in a beautifully designed gallery. Quiet and sophisticated. Somewhere to absorb art and culture. Informative without...More
I wandered into this great Gallery when I had a few hours to spend Downtown on a sunny Vancouver Afternoon. I watched for an extended period masterful carvers working on a Totem Pole - mesmerizing. The area of jewelry design was a breathtaking experience. The...More
Granville Street spans many, multiple city blocks and has become so fastidiously known for its nightclubs and watering holes that it's fondly nicknamed the city's 'Entertainment District.' Friday and Saturday nights are the most popular and lively, with young revelers taking to the streets in droves and keeping the party going until late. Granville Street, being mostly open to pedestrian-only traffic, has a healthy
social life along its main thoroughfares, even outside of its cafes and pubs, spilling onto the sidewalks. The locals are chatty, the shops at its expansive Pacific Centre Mall are trendy, and the whole area seems to be on a sugar rush: in a good way. Exuberance and camaraderie classify this neighbourhood.