In recent years, there’s been a growing emphasis amongst Indigenous artists on global cultural exchange and collaboration. As such, the gallery welcomed a recent visit from the Honourable Leeanne Enoch, Minister for Treaty, Minister for Aboriginal
With her mesmerizing and distinctive artistic style, Inuit graphics artist Ningiukulu Teevee has emerged as a masterful storyteller through her captivating drawings and prints. Today, we at Coastal Peoples
On September 30th, we gather as one heart to recognize and pay tribute to the significance of Canadian Truth & Reconciliation Day.
Within the Coastal Peoples Gallery family, we carry a glimmer of hope as reflection inspires a path toward harmonious
For generations, mentoring has been the cornerstone of a thriving First Nations arts community. This summer, we’re highlighting the traditional practices of apprenticeship amongst the artists that continue today.
On September 25th, the gallery celebrated it's first exhibition opening in almost two years with Corrine Hunt's solo exhibition 'Gathering: It's good to see you (again)'.
Corrine's progressive contemporary style