Friday, August 22, 2008

Closing Reception

Selwyn Pullan: Positioning the New
Closing Reception
Saturday, September 20th, 2008, 2-5pm
Special Guest: Selwyn Pullan

This is your last chance to visit the Museum’s highly popular exhibition featuring a comprehensive survey of the work of Canadian photographer Selwyn Pullan.

There will be a special presentation of photographs not shown in the current exhibition. Admission to this event is by donation.


Ross A. Lort, Architect, built in 1942,
Selwyn Pullan photo, c. 1960.

New in the Giftshop!

Selwyn Pullan: Positioning the New
Photographs from 1945 - 1975

West Vancouver Museum is pleased to announce the publication of the Selwyn Pullan exhibition catalogue. This book is available at the Museum Giftshop for $12.00 (+GST), or can be sent by mail. Shipped to you, the book is $17 (within Canada including tax). Please stop by the Museum to purchase your copy, or call 604-925 7295 to inquire about shipping.

Friday, August 15, 2008

Tea and Tour on August 28th

YOU ARE INVITED to join us for a guided museum tour and lovely afternoon tea at the West Vancouver Museum. Walk through our current exhibition Selwyn Pullan: Positioning the New and enjoy tea and refreshments served in the museum garden. This is a great opportunity to get more in depth information on the Pullan exhibition and chat with your neighbours. Please contact the museum for more information and make a booking in advance.

Selwyn Pullan: Positioning the New demonstrates the photographer’s intimate connection to the development of modernism on the West Coast of Canada and highlights the social, economic and, cultural forces that changed the face of Vancouver and the region during the post-war boom.

Admission $10 Adults, $8 Senior/Student

Thursday August 28, 2:00 p.m. — 3:30 p.m.

Please register in advance by
calling the Museum
at 604-925-7295.


Summer Camp News

During the month of July the Museum's Education Coordinator, Isaac Vanderhorst, held three art camps, and one architecture camp. Our architecture camp was a new offering and it was a grand success. The young architects designed their own floor plans, constructed their own models, and travelled downtown to study the architecture of buildings including the Hotel Vancouver, the Marine Building, and the Vancouver Public Library. Please look out for our Spring Break camps, and Summer camps next year, and until then here are some photos from the architecture camp.