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A new exhibit at the Museum at Campbell River called Keeping the Song Alive
Exhibits

Keeping the Song Alive

The Museum at Campbell River is pleased to be the first stop of a new traveling exhibit Keeping the Song Alive. Developed by the Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art, the temporary exhibit is open from February 9 to May 5, 2024. Guest curated by Cheryl Kaka‘solas Wadhams and co-developed with the Jewish ...
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Sybil’s Students: A Local Legacy

April 19 to October 22 The art and life of Sybil Andrews has a far reaching impact on Campbell River, particularly in the work of her devoted students whom she mentored, encouraged, and supported. This exhibition focuses on the work of her talented students and how her legacy shines brightly ...
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Cecil Dawson: Standing in the Gap

March – November, 2022 This award winning exhibit at the Museum at Campbell River explores the impacts of colonization through the experiences of one family, and one artist, Kwakwaka’wakw artist and Hereditary Chief G̱ixkastallasame-gi, or Cecil Dawson. His contemporary artworks interpret this hurtful history and its continuing impact upon our ...
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Museum at Campbell River respectfully acknowledges the Liǧʷiɫdax̌ʷ First Nation, on whose traditional lands we work to preserve, interpret and share the collective human history of North Vancouver Island. The Liǧʷiɫdax̌ʷ First Nation is comprised of the We Wai Kai, Wei Wai Kum and Kwiakah First Nations. Our closest neighbors are the Coast Salish Xwemalhkwu, Klahoose and K’ómoks First Nations.

These nations have close connections to the land where Campbell River is located today.

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