A new exhibition called c??c??wit?l? | helping each other | ch’áwatway has opened at Museum of Vancouver.

The micro-exhibition, which will be on display in the MOV studio until December 9th, explores themes of resilience, memory and identity, through reconnection with ancestral knowledge and lands.

This exhibition provides an opportunity for the 2019 YVR Art Foundation scholarship recipients to exhibit their final works.

Each piece, completed by emerging or mid-career Indigenous artists, touches on themes of resilience, memory and identity, through reconnection with ancestral knowledge and lands.

c??c??wit?l? |? helping each other? |? ch’áwatway features the work of the 2019 YVR Art Foundation scholarship recipients including: Stephanie Anderson, Morgan Asoyuf, Marlo Wylie Brillon, Ddhälh kït Nelnah / Teresa Vander Meer-Chassé, Reuben Mack, Atheana Picha, Kelly Robinson, Skilaaw / Captain Stewart-Burton, Joshua Watts, and Nathan Wilson.

Learn more about the exhibiton online.

Museum of Vancouver | 1100 Chestnut Street | 604-730-5300 | museumofvancouver.ca

Last modified: September 29, 2020

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