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July 13, 2024 – September 15, 2024

ᑕᑯᒃᓴᐅᔪᒻᒪᕆᒃ Double Vision 

Jessie Oonark, Janet Kigusiuq, and Victoria Mamnguqsualuk

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Still a few spots left in our summer camps!

Jul 15 – Jul 19, 2024

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Summer Camp: Duel Dimensions

Summer Teen Program

Aug 13 – Aug 30, 2024

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Dazzle Camouflage

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Nanaimo Art Gallery is situated in the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territory of Snuneymuxw First Nations, and we are grateful to operate on Snuneymuxw territory.

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Our Future

Nanaimo Art Gallery needs a new building; learn why by clicking here.

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How can we work together?

Did you know that at Nanaimo Art Gallery we build our annual programs and exhibitions around shared inquiries? Each year we ask a big question that resonates in our community, providing a touchstone to guide and inspire our work.

Beginning in April 2024 we will ask How can we work together? Through this inquiry we will work with communities to generate conversations and build creative connections. Our exhibitions will involve working collaboratively between artists and organizations. They will share art and stories across generations, and exhibit care for local and global ecosystems. Along with exhibitions, we’ll offer many exciting programs and opportunities to collaborate, and share your passion for art.

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Eliot White-Hill, Kwulasultun
Qp’ilum (Landing), 2022

Landing is an online home for Nanaimo Art Gallery’s offsite projects.

The website begins with an artwork: Eliot White-Hill Kwulasultun’s Qp’ilum (Landing), which was commissioned for this project. Eliot describes the work as “a conceptual representation of land and territory, which critiques the conventions of mapping and instead offers how the place called ‘Nanaimo’ exists from my perspective as a Snuneymuxw person.”

We are grateful to Canada Council for the Arts and BC Arts Council for their support of this project.

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Engage in hands-on art-making activities and experiment with a variety of techniques in classroom sessions delivered by professional artists.

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Nanaimo Art Gallery is situated in the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territory of Snuneymuxw First Nations, and we are grateful to operate on Snuneymuxw territory.

ćuý'ulhnamut

ćuý'ulhnamut

Nanaimo Art Gallery is situated in the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territory of Snuneymuxw First Nations, and we are grateful to operate on Snuneymuxw territory.