In 2006, the Vancouver Art Gallery launched Raven Travelling: 200 years of Haida Art, a major exhibition that explored "how Haida art reflects the mythological realm through examples of the Raven figure as trickster, transformer and creator.
What does VAG stand for?
VAG stands for Vancouver Art Gallery
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- Vertical Alliance Group (various locations)
- Veterans Association of Ghana
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to the Vancouver Art Gallery toting signs, waving flags and beating drums.
Cultural morning Vancouver Art Gallery at 750 Hornby Street (vanartgallery.
They are extraordinary images and it is with great pride and much appreciation to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II that the Vancouver Art Gallery [presented] them to the world," says Kathleen Bartels, director of the gallery.
Anybody walking outside the Vancouver Art Gallery will easily notice the exhibition, as it will be projected onto a screen measuring 20 feet by 15 feet.
com 'Expanding Horizons: Painting and Photography of American and Canadian Landscape 1860-1918' at the Vancouver Art Gallery shows works created in the formative days of each nation, from the Civil War through to the end of World War 1 (17 October- 17 January 2010).
Its great hall, like the third section containing the new premises of the Vancouver Art Gallery, accommodates social and cultural activities.
If rain disrupts the plan, walk through the Vancouver Art Gallery or the Coliseum-looking Public Library or get a closer look into the sea world at the Vancouver aquarium.