Sunday, September 22, 2019

Nature's Medicine: Mixed Media Creativity Workshop

Create your own nature inspired mixed media piece in this creativity workshop. Using stencils, collage papers, and printed imagery of ferns, ravens, eagles and beyond you will create a layered piece of art that incorporates tactile textures and language.

Instructor Melanie Rivers, Tiyaltelwet, will share teachings from her Squamish ancestry; learn how the Squamish Nation connects to the land, animals, and birds. Melanie will guide you through a meditation to connect with the imagery for your piece and lead you step by step in its creation. You will leave with your own uniquely expressed piece that you can hang on your own wall or offer as a gift. Relax and enjoy yourself in this welcoming workshop held in a safe learning environment.


Thursday, September 26, 2019

Gone is Gone: Book Launch

Join us to celebrate the launch of the newly released children’s book, Gone is Gone: Wildlife Under Threat. If human behaviour is the cause of the wildlife crisis, it can also be the solution. What do endangered animals need, what do people do to help wildlife survive, and how can you act for the wild before it is too late? The richly illustrated book with foreword by Jane Goodall informs and inspires readers of all ages to take small steps toward big changes for endangered species. Meet author Isabelle Groc, hear stories from the field, learn about local conservation. Last chance to view MOV’s Wild Things exhibition! Drinks and appetizers served and books available for purchase.

If you are interested in attending this event please RSVP through the eventbrite link below:

Thursday, September 26, 2019

Pay What You Can Night!

The last Thursday evening (5:00pm - 8:00pm) of every month, MOV Admission is by donation.

See the neon light up downtown when folks go to nightclubs and movies. Pose for street photographer Foncie Pulice as he snaps portraits of the sidewalk parade. Check out the jukebox and the private lives of teenagers. Live the post-war dream in the neighbourhood of Fraserview, as veterans’ families move into brand new housing!


Monday, September 30, 2019

ORANGE SHIRT DAY: Every Child Matters

Wear an orange shirt to remember the legacy of residential schools, and to show your support for a reconciled future.

On Monday, September 30th, 2019 show us your orange shirt and receive complimentary admission to Museum of Vancouver! Shirts available for purchase at Lattimer Gallery& Gifts @ MOV.

#MOVRealConciliation #EveryChildMatters

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Tuesday, October 1, 2019

Seniors Day at mov!

The first Tuesday of every month is $5 admission for seniors (65+). 

Marvel at the luxuries brought to Vancouver in the early 1900s like furniture, cars, and attire. Visit a retro beauty parlour, explore historic childhood memorabilia, and learn about the successful Asahi baseball team.

Imagine yourself behind the wheel of a Ford Fairlane, and play the jukebox in a classic Vancouver diner, complete with vintage pop bottles and neon signs!


Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Backyard Garden Cooking Workshop

Vancouver culinary and hospitality director, Robert Sung, invites you to learn new Asian recipes that make use of common vegetables you can draw from your own garden and fridge.

Museum of Vancouver and UBC’s Faculty of Land and Food Systems have planted a backyard garden at MOV in preparation for our Chinese immigration exhibition A Seat At The Table, opening in early 2020. As the 2019 summer garden season comes to a close Robert will be harvesting various MOV garden vegetables from our garden to prepare recipes featured at our cooking workshop. Learn how easy local vegetables are to prepare, cook and creatively use for meals.

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