Through the use of digital technologies and new media, the Bill Reid Centre for Northwest Coast Studies seeks to (1) encourage community and academic conversations regarding the visual culture of Northwest Coast First Nations, and (2) promote public understanding and respect for the First Nations of the Northwest Coast past and present.
A major activity of the Centre is to document through photographs, drawings and various other media, the depth and richness of Northwest Coast culture in the hundreds of communities in which it was recorded in the past, and where it continues to thrive today.
May 25, 2019
April 16, 2019
womxn and waterways
March 01, 2019
Welcome Dr. Aynur Kadir
November 01, 2015
Black Eagle is fiberglass replica of famed dugout canoe Loo Taas (wave eater), which Bill Reid and his assistants carved from a 750-year-old cedar tree for Expo ’86.
August 27, 2015
Robert Davidson-Progression of Form