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O Canada! An Experimental Exhibition in Six Parts
  • This exhibit was held at the Museum of Anthropology, UBC from March 31 - September 16, 1984.
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Pasifika: Island Journeys
  • This exhibit was held at the Museum of Anthropology from June 21, 2003 - May 9, 2004.
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Metal Works 3
A Rare Flower: A Century of Cantonese Opera in Canada
  • Exhibit on display at MOA May 16-November 7, 1993 and June 20-October 15, 1995
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Connoisseur's Collection: Chinese Ceramics from the Victor Shaw Donation
  • Early Chinese Ceramics from the Victor Shaw Donation
  • Exhibit at MOA May 30, 2001 - March 10, 2002
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Anonymous Beauty
  • Exhibit date - 1981
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Hunt Family Heritage: Contemporary Kwakiutl Art
  • Exhibit dates: May 26 – August 30, 1981
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Pigapicha! 100 Years of Studio Photography in Nairobi 1
Robert Davidson: "The Abstract Edge"
  • Exhibition dates: 2004-2005
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Wheel: Overlays - An Installation by Edgar Heap of Birds
  • Exhibition date: 2007
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Multiplicity: A New Cultural Strategy
  • Exhibition dates: 1993-1994
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A Green Dress: Objects, Memory, and the Museum
  • Exhibition dates: 2011-2012
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Plantae Occidentals: 200 Years of Botanical Art in British Columbia
  • Exhibit on display at MOA April 17 - September 2, 1979
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Kesu': The Art and Life of Doug Cranmer
  • MOA exhibit on display March 17 - September 3, 2012. Curated by Dr. Jennifer Kramer (MOA Curator, Pacific Northwest, and Associate Professor of Anthropology at UBC).
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Encounter 1778: Drawings, watercolours, and sketches by John Webber at Nootka Sound
  • March 28 - July 2, 1978
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New Visions: Serigraphs by Susan A. Point, Coast Salish Artist
  • January 2 - March 30, 1986
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Our Eldest Elders: A Photographic Tribute
  • July 4 - November 2, 1986 (Theatre Gallery). This exhibition presented a selection of twelve portrait photographs of Indian elders accompanied by quotes and short biographies.
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Chinese Snuff Bottles
  • October 9 - 31, 1977
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From Under the Delta
  • Full exhibit title: From Under the Delta: Wet-Site Archaeology in British Columbia’s Lower Mainland. March 1995 - March, 1999. This exhibition featured rare preserved wood and bark objects dating from the past 4,600 years, most of which had never before been on public view. In consultation with local First Nations, guest curator and archaeologist Kathryn Bernick developed the exhibition with Ann Stevenson, MOA’s Collections Manager at the time, to illustrate unique information about traditional fishing, woodworking, and cordage technologies and to explore cultural resource management issues.
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Kwagiutl Graphics: Tradition in a New Medium
  • Student exhibition. March 28, 1980 - December 31, 1981 (Theatre Gallery)
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