Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, one of UBC’s main galleries, in front of the Flag Pole Plaza with the Canadian flag flying. Hold different free painting exhibitions throughout the year. Until August 11, 2019, it is "Surrounded: Skeena Reece".
The location of Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery is excellent: from UBC's Chemistry Building and fountains to UBC Rose Garden and Anthropology Museum, this gallery is on the only way. Currently closed temporarily, the next exhibition "Collective Arts" will be held from September 4th to December 2nd, 2018.
UBCb is already quiet enough, and here is also a corner of UBC. I heard that this gallery will change different themes at different times. The one I saw, to be honest, I didn't like it, it was a bit exaggerated and paranoid. High and few? I think of what Vancouver art teachers often say to us: you don’t have to like it, you just need to understand and understand that there is this kind of life.
The Morris and Helen Bell Gallery is a relatively good art gallery. The collection of paintings is not of a specific style, but is very rich. You can take a look.
If you come to ubc, you will find that this school has a lot of Vancouver scenery. The works of this artist are also famous in the local area.
This is a smaller contemporary art museum that is totally worth a trip if you are at the Anthropology Museum as it is walking distance from it. The exhibits change but you can expect to be exposed to...
A well curated art gallery with unusual exhibits that will challenge the mind and excite the senses.