Symposium: Kickstart Your Art Career

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Get inspired at this full day of panel discussions, small group break-out sessions, and a networking reception where working artists and curators provide tips on professional practices for visual artists. $50 RAGA or CARFAC Members / $75 Non-Members As part of the Art at Work Series, CARFAC BC, City of … Continue reading

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Call for Richmond Artists

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Richmond Art Gallery is organizing an exhibition of works by Victoria-based artist, Rick Leong and local Richmond artists. Leong is a Canadian-born, third-generation Chinese immigrant whose distinctive paintings blend traditional Chinese calligraphic and painting techniques with imagery informed by the Canadian landscape.  The exhibition explores how imagery or iconography conveys … Continue reading

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Family Sunday

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  Join us in January for some painting projects inspired by the work of Peter Aspell.  Create your own Human / Machine Hybrid Portraits using oil pastels and paints.  All ages welcome, children must be accompanied by an adult. Activities include: Painting projects Story time Gallery Tours Musical Performance by … Continue reading

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The Mad Alchemist

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The Richmond Art Gallery and the West Vancouver Museum are collaborating on two concurrent exhibitions celebrating the artwork of painter Peter Aspell (1918-2004), who was among a core group of influential artists to gain early recognition in post-war Vancouver. Unlike many of his contemporaries who were involved in nature based … Continue reading

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The Georgia Straight: Gallery Surf

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Peter Aspell: The Mad Alchemist This exhibition featuring the work of B.C. painter Peter Aspell (1918-2004) comes from a private collection. Aspell, who experimented with abstraction, gained recognition for his work in post-war Vancouver. While many of Aspell’s contemporaries focused on landscape, his focus was on figuration. Aspell’s wide-ranging interests in … Continue reading

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RBC Foundation Donation

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The Richmond Art Gallery is pleased to announce a donation from RBC Foundation  for continued support of the Family Sunday Program in 2016. Thanks to RBC Foundation’s ongoing generosity, over 19,000 parents and children in our community have enjoyed the Family Sunday program since its beginning in 2003.

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Canada Council Grants

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The Richmond Art Gallery is delighted to announce two recent project grants from the Canada Council for the Arts, to fund the upcoming 2016 exhibitions Lyse Lemieux: A GIRL’S GOTTA DO WHAT A GIRL’S GOTTA DO, and Rick Leong: The Transformation of Things.

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Galleries West Preview: Peter Aspell at the Richmond Art Gallery

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Spring 2016 Peter Aspell was among a core group of influential artists who challenged convention in post-war Vancouver. Unlike many of his contemporaries, who were involved in nature-based abstraction, Aspell chose the figure as his main subject. A strong colourist, he honed a distinct palette using oil paint applied with … Continue reading

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Sunday Closed
Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday 10 AM – 6:00 PM
Thursday 10 AM – 6:00 PM
Friday 10 AM – 6:00 PM
Saturday 10 AM – 4:00 PM

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Richmond Cultural Centre
7700 Minoru Gate
Richmond, BC  V6Y 1R8
Canada Line Station: Richmond-Brighouse

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