Museum of Vancouver

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  • Vancouver’s story begins here. Discover the city’s history, starting with an exhibition on the Musqueam First Nation’s ancient landscape and living culture, continuing through the late 1970s. These displays are complemented by contemporary, groundbreaking feature exhibitions, including ALL TOGETHER NOW. The Museum of Vancouver is located in scenic Vanier Park – along with the H.R. MacMilland Space Centre and Vancouver Maritime Museum –  just five minutes from downtown/Granville Island and is accessible by car, bus, Vancouver Trolley and False Creek Ferries.
    The Museum of Vancouver connects Vancouverites to each other and connects Vancouver to the world.

    The museum’s programs, exhibitions, and collections bring people together and foster conversation about the future.

    Open late on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, and all stat holidays except Christmas.

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  • Photojournalists Rebecca Blissett, Gerry Kahrmann, Richard Lam, and John Lehmann discuss digital photography in the current landscape of the print media industry. This panel discussion will be moderated by journalist Jennifer Moreau of the Burnaby Now.

    Serving as an extension of the 'Vancouver in the Seventies' photo exhibition which spotlights some of the best images from the Vancouver Sun’s collection, this panel discussion will consider the historical significance of journalism’s shift from film to digital photography and the role it has played in altering the media’s approach to documenting news.

    This is our first Happy Hour event of 2017. The bar opens at 6:00pm and drinks will be available throughout the evening.

    Tickets: Adults: $15; Seniors, Students: $11. *Free for MOV Members.

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