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Book Club meets March 28

The Vancouver Art Gallery Library’s ‘Reading Art’ Book Club meets again on March 28th. Our inspiration is the Susan Point Spindle Whorl exhibition, now open at the Gallery. For details and to register for this free event, visit our Book Club page. Gallery membership is not required. We hope to see you there!

Book Club meets January 17th

The next ‘Reading Art’ Book Club will meet at the Vancouver Art Gallery on January 17, 2017 from 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. The Book Club is open to everyone who enjoys reading and talking about art and artists. Gallery membership is not required. Please register to reserve your place for this free event. We … Continue reading

Last Call – Book Club Registration

We have a few places left for the next ‘Reading Art’ Book Club gathering on Tuesday, October 18 at 6.30 pm at the Vancouver Art Gallery. The club is open to everyone who enjoys reading and talking about art and artists. Gallery membership is not required. To register on a first-come, first-served basis, please email … Continue reading

Save the dates – Library Book Sale!

The annual Vancouver Art Gallery Library Book Sale will take place this October during the 2016 Vancouver Art/Book Fair at the Gallery. It’s a great chance to find out-of-print and nearly new art books, exhibition catalogues and collectible items for your personal bookshelf… or for your bibliophile friends and family. We hope to see you … Continue reading

2015 Vancouver Art / Book Fair

The Vancouver Art Gallery is hosting the fourth annual Vancouver Art/Book Fair, presented by Project Space, on October 17-18, 2015.  VA/BF is a festival of artists’ publishing featuring nearly 100 publishers, as well as a diverse line-up of programs, performances and installations.  Included in the event is the popular Library’s Book Sale with proceeds going … Continue reading

Young Canada Works Archives Assistant Summer 2015

We were pleased to receive support from Young Canada Works to hire an Archives Assistant this summer.   Under Cheryl’s guidance, Jenna Dufour, an MLIS candidate at the University of British Columbia, very capably worked with the records of six past directors at the Gallery and created finding aids that comply with RAD (Rules for Archival … Continue reading