Tourism Challenge Exhibition Preview

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The Tourism Challenge is an annual tradition that is open to individuals who currently work for one of the 300 tourism industry partners involved in this program.   As part of the 2019 Tourism Challenge, RAG is staying open during the exhibition installation period for a preview of our upcoming exhibit … Continue reading

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RAGA Annual General Meeting

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Celebrate another successful year at the Richmond Art Gallery! Join us as the Richmond Art Gallery Association Board and Richmond Art Gallery Director share their Annual Reports.  This is an opportunity for members to voice their feedback and vote in new board directors! please RSVP here New this year RAGA is hosting a raffle for new or newly renewed members. If you become a … Continue reading

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Art at Work: Managing Artist Estates

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Art At Work is a series of professional development workshops for working artists and creative professionals presented by Richmond Art Gallery, Richmond Public Art Program and CARFAC BC. In the 50 years since the deaths of artists Frances Loring and Florence Wyle many attempts have been made to fulfill their final wishes … Continue reading

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Great Pictures: Art History & Art Appreciation Course

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If a session sells out, make sure to add your name to our WAIT-LIST. This short art history course will examine a selection of exceptional pictures created over the past 1000 years. Most people are familiar with iconic paintings like DaVinci’s “Mona Lisa” or Van Gogh’s  “Starry Night,” but have … Continue reading

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Multilingual Tour in English or Mandarin

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多語言導覽(包括英文與普通話) 2019年4 月13日,下午 1:00-2:00 Drop in for a free informal guided tour in English and/or Mandarin of the exhibition Adad Hannah: The Decameron Retold.   Adad Hannah’s, The Decameron Retold, is based on Giovanni Boccaccio’s 14th century work, The Decameron, a collection of novellas comprised of one hundred tales told by ten young women and men sequestered … Continue reading

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Richmond Art Gallery on the Canada Line 2019

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Richmond Art Gallery presents three public installations along the Canada Line, in partnership with Richmond Public Art Program, Canada Line and Capture Photography Festival. Artists Adad Hannah, Tom Hsu and Diamond Point have each produced site-specific installations, on display through to September 1. Waterfront Canada Line Station, Vancouver: Tom Hsu: An urge … Continue reading

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Diamond Point: Fraser River Families

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Produced in partnership with Capture Festival, Richmond Public Art Program and City of Richmond. In Musqueam sniw̓ (teachings), salmon are sacred and are considered to be relatives who sacrifice themselves so that we may survive. They are a symbol of abundance, prosperity, and wealth. They are our livelihood. We have … Continue reading

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Tom Hsu: An urge to propose forbidden thoughts and playing with fire

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Tom Hsu’s series of seven photographs capture momentary fragments of summer for commuters rushing through the barren corridor of the Canada Line hallway at Waterfront Station. His intimately cropped imagery of flesh, flora, and fire provoke memories or fantasies of mid-summer wanderings. They produce responses engaging subconscious desires. With a … Continue reading

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Adad Hannah: The Solarium (H+A)

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Produced in partnership with Capture Festival, Richmond Public Art Program and City of Richmond. The Solarium (H+A) (2019) uses a system of custom-made mirrors and metal armatures to augment and interrupt the usual experience of photographic portraiture. The mirrors reveal alternative angles within the frame as well as objects outside … Continue reading

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

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