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Kwantlen Storytelling with Joseph Dandurand

Indigenous Intercultural Museum Poetry & spoken word Storytelling
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Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art

Vancouver, BC

Directions: We are located at 639 Hornby Street (Between Georgia Street and Dunsmuir Street) in downtown Vancouver. Hornby Street is a one-way street that runs north. Street parking is available on the west side of Hornby. Underground parking below the gallery is available and is open Monday to Friday 6 am to 12 midnight and weekends/statutory holidays 9 am to 6 pm. We can be easily accessed via SkyTrain from the Canada Line’s City Centre Station located in Pacific Centre or the Millenium/Expo Line’s Burrard Station.


Free, and accepts optional pay-what-you-may donations for admission.

Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible.


Free admission all day at the Bill Reid Gallery.

Kwantlen Storytelling with Joseph A. Dandurand at the Hummingbird Gathering Space - Mezzanine level. Storytelling time to be confirmed.

Joseph A. Dandurand brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to his role as a storyteller. He is a member of Kwantlen First Nation located on the Fraser River, Dandurand has been a storyteller since he was a young man. His talent and passion for words and sharing stories have followed him through the many journeys of his life.

Photo courtesy Vancouver Public Library



Bill Reid Gallery

The Bill Reid Gallery is the only public Gallery in Canada dedicated to Indigenous Northwest Coast Art and was established by the Bill Reid Foundation in 2008, to celebrate the Haida master artist Bill Reid (1920 - 1998), and the diverse living cultures of the Northwest Coast.

The Gallery honors Bill Reid by exhibiting the Bill Reid SFU Art Collection, and presenting special exhibitions and programs that build bridges between all peoples, including Indigenous and settler populations. Our mandate is to promote a greater awareness of Indigenous cultures and values.