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Burnaby Art Gallery

Hank Bull Connexion Ephemera from The Paper Hound Heather Aston

Hank Bull: Connexion

January 20-April 6, 2017 - Burnaby Art Gallery

Ephemera from The Paper Hound

Until January 29, 2017 - Bob Prittie Library (Metrotown)

Heather Aston: Waiting to Bloom / Waiting to Fly

Until January 20, 2017 - McGill Library

Burnaby Art Gallery: 6344 Deer Lake Avenue, Burnaby, BC V5G 2J3 (directions | map)
General Inquiries: 604-297-4422   Fax: 604-205-7339   E-mail: gallery@burnaby.ca
Hours: Tuesday-Friday 10am-4:30pm, Saturday & Sunday 12noon-5pm, Closed Mondays. The gallery is currently closed, to reopen Friday, January 20. 
Admission: Suggested donation is $5
Wheelchair Accessible: Gallery entrance and main gallery floor (second floor gallery is not wheelchair accessible)



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Exhibition & Program Guide

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    Gallery Hours
    Tuesday to Friday, 10am-4:30pm
    Saturdays & Sundays, 12noon-5pm
    Closed Mondays and Holidays. 

    Please note, the gallery is currently closed to Friday, January 19. 

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Have you recently received your Canadian citizenship? The Burnaby Art Gallery is now a pickup location for the Institute for Canadian Citizenship Cultural Access Pass.

Cultural Access Pass

Thank-you to our funders and partners:

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About the Gallery

The Burnaby Art Gallery is dedicated to presenting contemporary and historical art exhibits and events by local, regional, national and international artists in the galleries of Ceperley House and throughout the community. The gallery facilitates the development of emerging artists and provides diverse art educational programming for children, adults and seniors as well as community projects and exhibitions in libraries and recreation centres. Lively school programs support the exhibitions and take works of art into the schools.

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