West Vancouver Museum Extends Exhibition, Announces Series of Architect Talks

West Vancouver Museum is pleased to announce that From the Inside Out: Integrating Art and Architecture on the West Coast has been held over to September 19, 2015. Through drawings, and plans, as well as paintings, ceramics, sculpture, furniture, and photography, the exhibition explores a uniquely West Coast style of midcentury modernist art and architecture practiced by such luminaries as B.C. Binning, Egon Eppich, Arthur Erickson, Bruno Freschi, Shoji Hamada, Fred Hollingsworth, Kawai Kanjiro, Zoltan Kiss, Francisco Kripacz, Wayne Ngan, Len Norris, Ned Pratt, Bill Reid, Jack Shadbolt, and Gordon Smith.

We are also pleased to announce an exciting series of four presentations by architects, curators, and homeowners designed to enhance your experience of the exhibition in its final weeks.

Until September 19, please visit the exhibition during our extended opening hours (Tuesday through Saturday, from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm) and be sure to join us for one or all of the following special programs. All events are free and everyone is welcome! Seating is limited on a first come basis. Stair access only to the room where presentations will be held.

“Inside Out” Architects’ Talks:

September 12, 2-4 p.m.
Enjoy a film screening and meet Hugo Eppich, owner of an Arthur Erickson designed home, and Arthur Erickson’s nephew, Geoffrey Erickson.

September 15, 6-8:30 p.m.
Meet an Architect: Nick Milkovich

September 17, 6-8:30 p.m.
Meet Kiriko Watanabe, WVM Curator with architect Peter Pratt

September 19, 2-5 p.m.
Meet Kiriko Watanabe, WVM Curator with architect John Keay

For more information, visit West Vancouver Museum’s website.

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