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December 2016 (The Potters' Guild of British Columbia, Amy Gogarty)
Judy Chartrand: What a Wonderful World

“Exploiting ceramic technologies and graphic techniques to create works of substance and beauty, she has produced a body of work that bears witness to inequities demanding our attention.”

December 1, 2016 (Phare-Ouest)
Les oeuvres de la céramiste Judy Chartrand sont à l'honneur dans une exposition solo What a Wonderful World, présentée à la Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art

“Our bilingual staff member Sonja Hebert gave an interview in French on Phare-Ouest, the morning show on Radio Canada.”

November 22, 2016 (The La Source, Wenjie Shen)
Artist explores race relations through ceramic

“Judy Chartrand's ceramic collection, What a Wonderful World, is showcased at Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art.”

November 18, 2016 (The Georgia Straight)
63 Things To Do In Metro Vancouver

“Ceramics by Judy Chartrand at Bill Reid Gallery present her own personal history and insights into life in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver and Bill Reid Creative Journeys.”

November 7, 2016 (Georgia Straight, Robin Laurence)
Judy Chartrand: What a Wonderful World

“Judy Chartrand: What a Wonderful World uses everything from ceramic soup cans to cereal boxes to take on racism and colonialism.”

August 30 to September 13, 2016 (The La Source, Jake McGrail)
Haida Manga exhibition explores identity, environmentalism and the human condition

“Haida Manga is a combination of iconographies and frame lines from the culture of the North Pacific Indigenous peoples along with the manga Asian art form.”

July 7, 2016 (Roundhouse Radio, Kristen Sharp)

Kirsten Sharp speaks with Samantha Nock about how the Bill Reid Gallery is preserving the legacy of Aboriginal Art in BC and their new public art project, My Reconciliation is …

June 21, 2016 (CBC Early Edition, Margaret Gallagher)
Aboriginal Art Mural

Samantha Nock from the Bill Reid Gallery and artist Corey Bulbitt speak to Margaret Gallagher about the Bill Reid Gallery's new public art project, My Reconciliation is …

June 20, 2016 (CiTR Radio)
Art in Reconciliation

“In our second half hour, we speak with Samantha Marie Nock from the Bill Reid Gallery about a new public art project, My Reconciliation is …

Summer 2016 (Galleries West)
Summer 2016 Issue

Page 11: Dr. Martine Reid's newest book Bill Reid Collected
Page 17: Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas' Copper from the Hood, 2011

May 13, 2016 (ICI Radio-Canada, Yolaine Mottet)
Le musée Bill Reid présente l'artiste Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas

“Notre chroniqueuse culturelle Yolaine Mottet nous présente l'exposition The Seriousness of Play mettant en valeur les oeuvres de l'artiste haïda Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas.”

May 11, 2016 (The Georgia Straight)
Arts Choices

“High five: 5 arts events you just can't miss this week.”

April 29, 2016 (The Vancouver Sun, Kevin Griffin)
Art Seen: Being serious about play is no joke for Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas

“Being an effective trickster takes more than irreverence to pull off.”

April 27, 2016 (The Georgia Straight, Robin Laurence)
Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas's imagery speaks across cultures

“At the recent opening of his exhibition The Seriousness of Play, Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas spoke eloquently to a packed room.”

April 24, 2016 (Hello Vancity, Yumi Ang)
The Seriousness of Play

“We were invited to view the latest exhibit and works by Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas at the Bill Reid Gallery in Downtown Vancouver.”

April 21, 2016 (North Shore News, John Goodman)
Bill Reid immersed himself in Haida culture

Bill Reid Collected: A new book by Dr. Martine Reid examines artwork in chronological order.

April 19, 2016 (ICI Radio-Canada, Jacques Dufresne)
L'oeuvre de Bill Reid dans un livre d'Art

“Si vous aimez l'art autochtone, vous connaissez probablement le sculpteur, graveur et créateur de bijoux originaire d'ici (Colombie–Britannique) Bill Reid.”

April 15, 2016 (San Francisco Chronicle, Margo Pfeiff)
Seeing Vancouver through Aboriginal eyes

“The downtown Bill Reid Gallery showcases a permanent collection of Reid's work as well as changing exhibitions of contemporary aboriginal art.”

April 10, 2016 (Times Colonist, Robert Amos)
Art books offer potpourri of visions of B.C.

“I wonder what future works of art will be inspired in the young men and women into whose hands this very useful publication falls. Certainly, Bill Reid Collected has been designed for just that purpose”

April 1, 2016 (BC Booklook, Beverly Cramp)
From tea set to war canoe

“Before he knew about his Haida heritage, Bill Reid turned to carving ship models and miniatures at the age of 12.”

February 7, 2016 (Afar Magazine, Elena Lopez)
Bill Reid Gallery

“No visit to coastal British Columbia is complete without some immersion into Northwest Coast Canadian Aboriginal art.”

February 3, 2016 (On The Go!, Gallant Ly)
Gwaii Haanas Exhibition on Shaw TV

“Curator, Kwiaahwah Jones discusses the current exhibition Gwaii Haanas: Land Sea People here until Sunday, March 27, 2016.”

February 2, 2016 (Toque and Canoe, Don Enright)
Mythic Messages: Decoding the artist at Vancouver's Bill Reid Gallery

“My neck is sore from craning upwards but I can't tear my eyes away.”

January 29, 2016 (JustLuxe, Cynthia Dial)
Vancouver: A City of Diverse Landscapes, Fine Cuisine & First Nations Attractions

“Rounding out the First Nations theme is the Bill Reid Gallery, a small museum showcasing the work of its acclaimed Haida namesake…”

January 18, 2016 (Global TV)
Parenting: Unique field trip ideas

“Parenting expert Andrea Vance from Westcoast Families has unique field trip ideas around the Lower Mainland.”

January 15, 2016 (Vancouver Sun, Malcom Perry)
Town Talk

“Globally feted jeweller Toni Cavelti and wife Hildegard are cleaning out their West Vancouver waterfront home. That includes a cedar mask late Haida artist and friend Bill Reid carved in 1964 and that sat above their livingroom fireplace.”

January 2016 (Where Vancouver, Jill Von Sprecken)
The Guide to Art – Page 45

“Artists are earning top marks at the Bill Reid Gallery.”

Nov/Dec/Jan 2016 (Preview: Guide to Galleries + Museums)

“This exhibition celebrates the extraordinary natural beauty and ancient monuments and village sites found in Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve and Haida Heritage Site.”

By Jerry Grey, Visual Artist
BILL REID: "Mythic Messengers" 1984
Illustration by Jerry Grey

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