Welcome to the Gallery
Wednesday - Sunday, 10 am - 5 pm
Last Thursday of Each Month—
Seniors Day-Regular Admission apply
December 10, 2022
1 pm - 4 pm
December 10, 2022
November 5, 2022
Opening Celebration Nov. 5 - Free Admission 1 - 4pm
June 15, 2022 to March 19, 2023
Book an Education Program
Inquiry Kit for Teachers & Students
June 2, 2021
215 missing children of the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc
The Bill Reid Gallery
The Bill Reid Gallery was named after the acclaimed Haida artist Bill Reid (1920 – 1998) who was a master goldsmith, carver, sculptor, writer, broadcaster and spokesman.
Nestled in the heart of downtown Vancouver, the Gallery is home to the Simon Fraser University Bill Reid Collection and special exhibitions of contemporary Indigenous Art of the Northwest Coast of North America.
The Bill Reid Gallery is Canada's only public gallery dedicated to contemporary Indigenous Art of the Northwest Coast.
Inspired by our exhibitions and the works of Bill Reid, our offerings range from works of authentic Indigenous art to merchandise and art books. The Gallery Shop supports contemporary Northwest Coast Indigenous artists. Proceeds from all purchases support Bill Reid Gallery artistic and educational programs.
Learn more about Indigenous cultures of the Northwest Coast through our Gallery programs. We offer a dynamic range of events for people of all ages including artist talks, hands-on workshops, storytelling, panel discussions and more.
Find artist interviews, Gallery features, behind the scenes updates, and community partner news on our blog.
“What an inspiring collection it is. The displays are well designed for the space, very informative, and very moving. The craftsmanship and designs are superb.”Debra R
“The staff is well-informed and helpful, and the small gift shop is a treasure in itself, and worth a visit to the gallery all by itself!”Patsy S, Trip Advisor
“Small, intimate museum with excellent examples of Bill Reid’s work in jewelry, graphic art, sculpting, and carving. The special exhibits highlighting local Indigenous artists are well-selected and presented with video interviews and insights.”Bruce R