Reconciled Futures: Art Camp for Indigenous Youth
March 18-22, 2019

MOV and the City of Vancouver’s Green Rainwater Infrastructure Team are partnering to host a one week opportunity to learn about Northwest Coast art and design, with an emphasis on Coast Salish art style. Are you a First Nations youth, between the ages of 12- 16 years, who is interested in art and museums? We have opportunities for 8 youth (two Musqueam, two Squamish, two Tsleil-Waututh, and two from the indigenous youth community). Applications due by February 25, 2019.
Pay what you can night!
Thursday, February 28, 2019

The last Thursday evening (5:00pm - 8:00pm) of every month, Museum of Vancouver admission is by donation. 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. Browse Foncie Pulice’s candid street photos, and get acquainted with Roger Banister’s ‘miracle mile’ at Empire Games in this tribute to Vancouver in the 50s. 
Seniors Day at MOV!
Tuesday, March 5, 2019

The first Tuesday of every month is  $5 admission for seniors (65+). Explore a collection of stories that depict Vancouver’s thriving multi-cultural communities prior to the second World War. Visit a retro beauty parlour, explore historic childhood memorabilia, and learn about the successful Asahi baseball team, one of the early Japanese Canadian baseball teams in the Lower Mainland. The neon signs gallery is also a favourite of many guests! 
Interactive Station: Rain Water and Salmon in the City
Saturday, March 16, 2019

City rainwater is typically flushed away quickly, out of sight and into our pipes. City of Vancouver and Salmon-Safe BC invite you to learn about useful, strategic green infrastructures that encourage nature’s return to the city. This interactive pop up station illustrates how we can manage rain in a way that provides salmon habitat, improves water quality, and celebrates water within our urban centres. Free with admission to the museum. Learn More.
Educational School Programs

Museum of Vancouver  offers a wide range of facilitated educational programs for  elementary school students , K to Grade 7, designed to align with British Columbia’s social studies curriculum including our overnight program - Night of the Mummy. Discounts for   secondary  and  post secondary students are also available.  Book Online.
Haida Now Gallery Tours
Friday-Monday @11:30 and 1:30

Haida Now: A Visual Feast of Innovation and Tradition  features an unparalleled collection of Haida art, boasting more than 450 works. Tours are available  Friday-Monday @11:30am and 1:30pm.  This 30-minute highlight tour focuses on key themes and works within the gallery. Free for MOV members or with museum admission.  More Information.
Discover our Unique Waterfront Rental Spaces!

The Museum of Vancouver is one of Vancouver’s top cultural attractions, situated within Vanier Park between Kitsilano Beach and Granville Island . Our unique venue offers indoor and outdoor spaces that are perfect for hosting a myriad of special events. Our dedicated rentals team will help you explore various options and floorplans to create a seamless and memorable event.   More information.
Wild Things: The Power of Nature in Our Lives
On View!

The Museum of Vancouver and Nature Vancouver proudly present the illuminating exhibition, Wild Things: The Power of Nature in Our Lives . This exhibition delves into the life stories of local animals and plants—how they relate to each other and how they connect people to nature in the city. Scenic design, videos, taxidermy, crowdsourcing technologies, and the display of natural specimens breathe life into these tales of co-habitation. Learn More.
What's on in the community...
The Future is Bright - How Light and the Moving Image are Shaping a Paradigm Shift in Urban Design, A Public Speaker Event with Bruce Ramus 
Wednesday, March 13, 2019

We are at the beginning of an evolution. Light sources become moving images, which become skin-like, integrated surfaces that form the inner and outer experiences of our buildings. From designing spectacular shows for international music artists like U2, David Bowie and R.E.M, to now developing large-scale public art platforms in our cities. In this public speaker event, light artist Bruce Ramus will explore how we are in the beginnings of a major movement in urban design, reflected in the rise of ‘ media architecture’ . He will share how a deeper understanding of how we respond to light can enrich the future designs of our cities and share past lessons learned from the evolution of the art form. Bruce will discuss how a people-centred approach is what will allow future media architecture developments to become socially sustainable and will make our cities more livable. Admission is Free.
Art Vancouver: International Art Fair
April 25-28, 2019

Would you like a 20% discount to attend Western Canada’s largest international art fair? Art Vancouver International Art Fair presents over 100 galleries and artists from around the world. You can look forward to experiencing over 1,200 visual artworks, panel talks and a curated speaker series, art classes, live art demonstrations and more. To redeem your 20% discount , please click here , select Tickets and Enter the promotional code MUOFVAN20 . More Information.
We acknowledge that the city of Vancouver is on the shared, unceded traditional territories of the Musqueam, Skwxwú7mesh and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations.