Gabby Yan

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This is a place where man-made structures and nature coexist to produce a tranquil environment, free from disturbance. The wooden dock provides a raised platform, assisting one to get a better view of the vast landscape before them. This picture embraces the idea of man-made and natural elements working in … Continue reading

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Emily Yuan

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This location is filled with elephant paths, some more well-worn than others. Nonetheless, they bear the traces of humans. Our individual steps seem to have little effect but as a group we can carve a path to wherever we please.   Click on images below to enlarge.  

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Shirley Zhang

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Through photography, my artwork explores humanities’ relationship to nature. Do we shape the environment, or does it in turn shape us instead? Is there a “correct” method to interact with the natural world? Intending to provoke such thought, enjoy!   Click on images below to enlarge.  

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Byron Huang

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I chose to photograph this scene near my home, an area that I have travelled many times. That place is where I biked and ran in the past years I’ve spent living here. Seeing such a nice forested area coming right out of a bare open neighbourhood is quite refreshing. … Continue reading

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Ethan Liu

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The Tree’s Story: Ancient trees stand upon the lands that were once pristine. Perhaps it was a forest? Or maybe even a lake? The trees witnessed human innovation: infrastructures built; concrete paths laid out; artificial grass replacing real grass marked by clear boundaries, such as the fence of the soccer … Continue reading

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Samantha Lu

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This photosphere was taken by Dyke Road, Richmond BC that is overlooking the Fraser River. This particular beach holds a special place in my heart as I used to come here all the time with my mother while my siblings were taking music lessons at a nearby music school I … Continue reading

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Rachel Marliss

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The location I chose to represent the connection between the man-made and the natural world was the Japanese garden in Garry Point Park Richmond, B.C. I have grown up in Steveston and have been to this park with friends, family, and now to grow my artistic skills in the way … Continue reading

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Nicole Villalon

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Minoru Track, Richmond Beneath the grassy shade of a statue, I wait. Cleats half-tied, empty water bottle in hand, warm sweat trickling down my forehead, what little shade the statue provides feels blissful, even luxurious. Two hours of soccer drills in the ever-beating sun may be fun, but take their … Continue reading

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Julienne Zhao

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I chose to capture this scenery for my project because it has both natural and human elements and I wanted to show how they work well together. This place has significant meaning to me because it’s the backyard that I have been growing up with. My dad has always loved … Continue reading

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Richmond Art Gallery is Open!

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NEW HOURS Wednesday – Friday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM Saturday: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM HOW TO VISIT US There are two options to visiting the gallery: Enter through the Cultural Centre front doors (7700 Minoru Gate), and staff will direct you to the Art Gallery check-in. and/or Book … Continue reading

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Thank you

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We will see you at Savour, Saturday, November 17. We will be in touch shortly with your ticket and more information. Retain the email received from Paypal as proof of payment. Contact: gallery@richmond.ca with any questions.

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Instrument Making & Active Listening, Ages 4-6

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SESSION IS FULL. Rainbow Forecast Project presents FREE Performance Art Classes: Wednesdays and Fridays September 13, 15, 20 and 22 4:30 – 5:30pm Classes held at Appleseed Children’s Playhouse, Lansdowne Centre, 5300 No 3 Road Finale Performance: *NOTE TIME CHANGE Saturday, September 30, 2:00 – 3:00 pm Richmond Cultural Centre Performance Hall Is … Continue reading

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Art At Work: Writing Intensive Series – Artist Statements

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CARFAC BC and Richmond Art Gallery present a series of workshops focused on artists’ written communication skills specifically and provide participants with the opportunity to gain hands-on experience and receive constructive feedback on their artist’s statements, exhibition proposals, and grant submissions. Artist Statements with Annie Briard Artist and instructor Annie … Continue reading

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Sold Out

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Drop in Drawing for Adults: Jasna guy – Mark-making

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6:00 – 9:00 pm Draw from original works of art! Explore the gallery artworks more closely, experiment with the process of drawing, create something of your own, and share the experience with other art lovers.  This drop-in program is for artists of all skill levels to socialize and engage with … Continue reading

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Free Film Screening & Discussion: More Than Honey

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Sunday, September 27, 2:00 – 4:30 pm Richmond Public Library, Brighouse Branch : Community Place (2nd floor) In partnership with the Richmond Public Library (Brighouse Branch), the Richmond Art Gallery and Cinevolution Media Arts Society present a free screening of this Oscar-nominated film and a post-screening discussion with Richmond’s own master … Continue reading

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FREE Garden Workshop Bee-Loved Edible Flowers and Herbs

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Sunday, September 27, 12:00 – 1:00 pm  OR 1:30 – 2:30 pm Madame Beespeaker will give an eclectic presentation on the cultural traditions of bee gardening, beekeeping, and the role of bees in mythology in art. She will also demonstrate some easy ways to incorporate more bee-loved flowers and herbs … Continue reading

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What’s the Buzz? : How You Can Help the Birds and the Bees

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Saturday, September 26, 2:00 – 3:00 pm OR 3:30 – 4:30 pm Join Lori Weidenhammer, aka Madame Beespeaker, as she shares tips on making your balcony or yard more attractive to hummingbirds, butterflies and bees. Don’t have a garden? Learn how the choices you make as a consumer have a … Continue reading

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Tour and Talk with Cameron Cartiere and jasna guy

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Saturday, September 26, 1:00 – 2:00 pm Learn about the artworks in the Gallery and meet the artists!  Cartiere and guy lead an informal tour through the Richmond Art Gallery, talking about their exhibitions and artistic process.

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Culture Days

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Papermaking Workshop with Cameron Cartiere & the chART collective Saturday, September 26, 2:00 –  4:30 pm Learn how to make handmade seed-paper with natural and recycled materials.  All supplies are provided for some hands-on fun.  No special skills required, all ages welcome.  Held in the Cultural Centre Atrium. Pollen:  Art … Continue reading

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Game On! Board Game Night for Adults

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Last Thursdays of the Month 6:45 – 8:45 pm  There’s more to board games than Monopoly.  Learn a new game, play an old favourite and meet new people.  Bring your own game or play one of ours.  Join us in the Gallery the last Thursday of each month, except December.  … Continue reading

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Take a Tour of the Gallery

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Produced by the City of Richmond, this two minute video provides an overview of the gallery. Watch the video on the City of Richmond’s YouTube Channel.

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Artist Talk with Margaret Dragu

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In the gallery, 3:30 pm.

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3rd Annual Artist Trading Cards Exhibition

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Four circles – Soaring visions

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International Indigenous Art Exhibition, Four Circles

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An international collboration between Australian Aboriginal artists Max Mansell and Heather Kemarre Shearer, and First Nations artists of Canada, George Littlechild and Faith Louise-Adams. Curated by Amir Ali Alibhai and Doreen Mello. 15 page catalogue, published in 1998.

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Inaugural Exhibition

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

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