The Witness Blanket Exhibit Opening

UNBC - Teaching and Learning Centre 3333 University Way, Prince George, BC, Canada

The Witness Blanket is a powerful art installation created by master carver Carey Newman. It is a monument that recognizes the atrocities of the Indian Residential School era, honours the children, and symbolizes ongoing reconciliation. This cedar-framed artwork, inspired by a woven blanket, includes hundreds of objects recovered from 77 communities across Canada where residential schools were located.

Members Only – Lumen Exhibit Opening

The Exploration Place 333 Becott Place, Prince George, British Columbia, Canada

A latin word meaning light, the lumen is also the measuring unit of its power, as perceived by the human eye. What is light? Where does it come from? What are the purpose and uses of light? This exhibit sheds light on these questions. Current members can get a sneak peek at Lumen, an exhibit […]

Lumen Exhibit Open to the Public

The Exploration Place 333 Becott Place, Prince George, British Columbia, Canada

A latin word meaning light, the lumen is also the measuringunit of its power, as perceived by the human eye. What is light? Where does it come from? What are […]

Last Day – Lumen

The Exploration Place 333 Becott Place, Prince George, British Columbia, Canada

Today is the last day to explore the Lumen exhibit.

World War Women – Members & Sponsors Opening

The Exploration Place 333 Becott Place, Prince George, British Columbia, Canada

This travelling exhibition focuses on the experiences of Canadian women during the First and Second World Wars. Through five themes, World War Women shares the personal stories of women whose […]

World War Women Exhibit Open to the Public

The Exploration Place 333 Becott Place, Prince George, British Columbia, Canada

This travelling exhibition focuses on the experiences of Canadian women during the First and Second World Wars. Through five themes, World War Women shares the personal stories of women whose […]

Broken Promises – Members Only Opening

Learn about life for Japanese Canadians in Canada before war, the administration of their lives during and after war ends, and how legacies of dispossession continue to this day. Grounded in research from Landscapes of Injustice – a 7 year multi-disciplinary, multi-institutional, community engaged project, this exhibit explores the dispossession of Japanese Canadians in the […]

Broken Promises Exhibit Open to the Public

The Exploration Place 333 Becott Place, Prince George, British Columbia, Canada

Learn about life for Japanese Canadians in Canada before war, the administration of their lives during and after war ends, and how legacies of dispossession continue to this day. Grounded […]

Refuge Canada Exhibit – Members Opening

The Exploration Place 333 Becott Place, Prince George, British Columbia, Canada

No one wants to be a refugee. Anyone could become a refugee. Refugees face shattered lives and often make dangerous voyages in search of refuge. In the 20th century, Canada […]

Refuge Canada Exhibit Open to the Public

No one wants to be a refugee. Anyone could become a refugee. Refugees face shattered lives and often make dangerous voyages in search of refuge. In the 20th century, Canada […]

New Exhibit: Spirit Bear and Children Make History

The Exploration Place 333 Becott Place, Prince George, British Columbia, Canada

We're excited to host the Spirit Bear and Children Make History exhibit, in collaboration with the First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada, Carrier Sekani Family Services, Lheidli T'enneh Nation, and Spotted Fawn Productions. Designed for children, Spirit Bear and Children Make History celebrates the true story of how children of all diversities […]