Expériences autochtones

Sculpture de Bill Reid au musée d’anthropologie, photo de Tourism BC/JF Bergeron
Sculpture de Bill Reid au musée d’anthropologie, photo de Tourism BC/JF Bergeron

La région des Côtes et Montagnes à Vancouver est la patrie ancestrale des Salishes Côtiers et comprend des groupes des Premières Nations comme les Squamish, Lil'wat, Sto:lo, Musqueam et Tsleil-Waututh.

Les visiteurs de la région peuvent découvrir la culture dynamique des Salishes Côtiers, appartenant aux Premières Nations, grâce aux centres d'interprétation, aux sites archéologiques, aux musées, aux galeries, et des circuits guidés d'interprétation des Premières Nations.

De nombreuses autres opportunités d'exploration culturelle se trouvent dans la station ouverte toute l'année de Whistler et dans la ville de Vancouver, animée et multiculturelle, où les influences asiatiques, européennes et des premières nations se voient partout. 

Musée d’anthropologie 

Situé à l'ouest de Vancouver, le Musée d'anthropologie de l'Université de Colombie-Britannique à l'architecture étonnante renferme une collection renommée d'art et d'objets aborigènes provenant de la Colombie-Britannique et du monde entier. Contemplez des canoës, des masques, des bijoux, des sculptures, des répliques de longues maisons et des totems, dont le plus petit au monde qui mesure seulement 4,4 cm, à peu près la taille d'une épingle.

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8 Expériences autochtones in Vancouver, Côte et Montagnes

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1 Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art - Vancouver

639 Hornby St
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6C 2G3

A public gallery nestled in the heart of downtown Vancouver. Named after the acclaimed Haida artist Bill Reid (1920-1998), the Gallery is located close to major hotels and the SkyTrain Canada, Millenium and Expo lines.

It is the only public gallery in Canada dedicated to contemporary Indigenous art of the northwest coast. Highlights include Reid's stunning gold & silver jewelry, his monumental sculptures in bronze and stone, and a towering totem pole by James Hart of Haida Gwaii. The Gallery Shop is a source for northwest coast gifts, including carefully selected works of original art, finely crafted jewelry, and uniquely designed accessories and gift ware. Inspired by the Gallery's exhibitions, featured pieces are authentic and Indigenous.

All purchases in the shop support contemporary northwest coast artists.

2 Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Centre - Whistler

4584 Blackcomb Way
Whistler, British Columbia
V0N 1B4

Winner of 2015 BC Cultural Centre of the Year, the Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Centre showcases Whistler's First Nations heritage through tours, singing, drumming, Aboriginal art, interactive and outdoor exhibits, crafts, food and film. The Centre features a Great Hall, museum, theatre, contemporary gallery, cafe offering infusions of First Nations indigenous fare and a spectacular gift shop showcasing authentic local art, jewellery, literature, housewares, clothing, etc. Our exhibit map is available in several languages. This world-class attraction is a fun, family-friendly activity that provides a genuine cultural experience. Check our website for programming updates and special events. Visit our online art gallery for our full store online!

Venue rental available for private functions and weddings. Please view floor plans and capacity charts on our website.

3 Tuckkwiowhum Heritage Interpretive Village - Boston Bar

4971 Hicks Rd
Boston Bar, British Columbia
V0K 1C0

Tuckkwiowhum Village (pronounced Tuck-we-ohm) is a First Nations heritage site & village located in Nlaka'pamux territory, 5 km south of Boston Bar.

Tuckkwiowhum was given its name by our people, and means 'great berry picking place'. The area still boasts rolling hills & lush forests of wild huckleberries, blueberries & medicinal plants.

We offer our guests an opportunity to experience the Nlaka'pamux village lifestyle before the arrival of Europeans. See the summer lodges, smoke house, food caches, sweat lodge, earth ovens & an awe-inspiring pit house. Whether you're looking for a peaceful weekend getaway, a quick stop on the way through the canyon, or to immerse yourself in our rich lifestyle & culture, you'll find what you're looking for at Tuckkwiowhum Village.

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4 Coastal Peoples Fine Arts Gallery - Vancouver

332 Water Street Unit 200
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6B 1B6

A leading First Nations fine art gallery established in 1996, Coastal Peoples is ideally situated downtown in historic Gastown. The gallery's inviting atmosphere in a restored warehouse setting complements the exquisitely handcrafted artwork by authentic aboriginal artists inhabiting British Columbia's Northwest Coast and the Inuit communities of the Canadian Arctic region. Coastal Peoples showcases museum-quality artwork and is reputed to represent some of the finest master carvers and newly emerging talent on the West Coast. To view the entire collection and for more details, visit us in person or online.

5 Fazakas Gallery - Vancouver

688 East Hastings Street
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6A 1R1

We specialize in contemporary, cross-cultural and Northwest Coast First Nations art. Located in the historic Heatley Block building in Strathcona.

In addition to contemporary artworks, we sell Northwest Coast Native artworks and commissions for established First Nations artists such as Beau Dick, Rande Cook, David A. Boxley, Don Yeomans and Wayne Alfred. We also offer works by up-and-coming and mid-career artists such as Corey Bulpitt, John Brent Bennett, Alano Edzerza and Phil Gray.

6 Museum of Anthropology - Vancouver

6393 NW Marine Dr
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6T 1Z2

The Museum of Anthropology houses one of the world's finest displays of First Nations art in a spectacular building overlooking mountains & sea. We also host major temporary exhibits & display over 10,000 objects from around the world in our Multiversity Galleries. Enjoy gallery tours (free with admission), exciting public programs, an elegant shop, Cafe MOA & our beautiful setting overlooking mountains and sea.

7 Museum of Vancouver - Vancouver

1100 Chestnut St
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6J 3J9

The Museum of Vancouver (MOV) creates Vancouver focused exhibitions and programs that encourage dynamic conversations about what was, is, and can be; in Vancouver. Permanent exhibitions tell the city's stories, starting with an exhibition on the Musqueam First Nation's ancient landscape and living culture, continuing through the late 1970s. Our beautiful building is a must see for architecture lovers. MOV is located in scenic Vanier Park beside Kitsilano Beach - with HR MacMillan Space Centre and Vancouver Maritime Museum - a 5 minute drive from downtown and Granville Island. You can also take the Vancouver Trolley, False Creek Ferries, or public transit buses to get here.

8 Vancouver Art Gallery - Vancouver

750 Hornby St
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6Z 2H7

Art Makes Us Curious. Discover the power of art at the Vancouver Art Gallery! Immerse yourself in ground breaking historical and contemporary exhibitions and encounter artworks by Canadian and internationally acclaimed artists, with special attention to the accomplishments of Indigenous artists and the art of the Asia Pacific region, through the Gallery's Institute of Asian Art.

Spark your curiosity by taking a public tour of the exhibitions or get creative at Weekly Family Programs every Sunday! Complete your experience with a visit to the Gallery Store for unique gifts or take a break for lunch on the Gallery Café's rooftop patio, one of the city's best kept secrets.

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