Visual Arts

10TH ANNUAL OPPENHEIMER PARK 
COMMUNITY ART SHOW: REFLECTIONS
Until October 22
Gallery Gachet, 88 Cordova Free
Oppenheimer Park and Gallery Gachet are pleased to present Reflections, an exhibition showcasing artwork from the Oppenheimer Park community. To mark the 10th anniversary, more than thirty-five participating artists share their personal reflections on how the Oppenheimer Park art show has nourished relationships and built community through art. The Oppenheimer Park Community Art Show began a decade ago in anticipation of changes, challenges, and loss in a pre–Olympic city. Oppenheimer Park artists represent a resolute community upholding a vision of the Downtown Eastside as a place for art, education, recreation, health and healing. More info: www.gachet.org

HOME:GROWN Hilary Morris
Until October 29
Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden, 578 Carrall
Included in garden admission
Home:Grown is part historical record of Vancouver’s ever-changing architectural aesthetics and urban landscapes and part illustrated love letter to self-taught painter Hilary Morris’ adopted home. The exhibition presents some of Morris' early sketches and vibrant paintings which reflect a naiveté that speaks of the less “shiny” days of Vancouver. More information: vancouverchinesegarden.com/home-grown.html

INTANGIBLE: MEMORY AND INNOVATION IN COAST SALISH ART
Until December 10
Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art, 639 Hornby
Curatorial tour, Saturday Nov 4, 2pm Free
The exhibition explores ideas of Indigenous rights, land and sovereignty through the work of six Coast Salish artists: Marvin Oliver (Quinault / Isleta Pueblo); Aaron Nelson-Moody (Squamish); lessLIE (Cowichan, Penelakut and Esquimault); Sesemiya Tracy Williams (Squamish); Ronnie Dean Harris (St?:lo/St’át'imc); and Roxanne Charles (Semiahmoo). Adults $11, Students/Seniors $8, Youth $6, Children under 12 Free, Families $26 For more info: www.billreidgallery.ca. Winter hours: Wednesday to Sunday, 11am – 5pm.

Visual Arts ’17 connected to an event

THE FEMININE TOUCH
October 18 to November 11
InterUrban Gallery, 1 E. Hastings, entrance on Carrall
See Pre-Festival and Post-Festival, receptions


ICE PAINTING Rosemary Hayes
Until October 31
Carnegie 3rd Floor Gallery, 401 Main
See Pre-Festival reception


BENJAMIN POULTON PHOTOGRAPHY
October 20 – November 11
Remington Gallery, 108 E. Hastings
Free
See Pre-Festival reception


ONE CASE, TWO CASE, THREE CASE
November 2 – 30
Carnegie 3rd floor Gallery, 401 Main
Free 
See Fri Nov 3, opening reception