The links on this page have been included to add information that is relevant to the areas of the world where our artists live. We have suggested a range of galleries and museums where historical works can be studied, but also there are those that celebrate living artists who are drawing on old traditions but celebrating or speaking to the present. Watch this page as more interesting sites are added. Please email us to suggest a site that should be included here.
Cairns Regional Gallery
Cairns Regional Gallery is Queensland’s largest regional gallery and is located in the historic former-Public Office Building in the heart of Cairns city.
Canadian Museum of Civilization
The galleries on level one of the Museum Building present exhibitions relating principally to Canada's First Peoples: their histories, cultural identities, artistic expressions, and their traditional and contemporary ways of life.
Daetz- Centrum Lichtenstein GmbH
The Daetz-Centrum features over 600 "masterpieces in wood", an exciting journey through Africa, Europe, America, Asia, Australia, and Papua New Guinea.
First Peoples Gallery, Royal British Columbia Museum
Visitors to Victoria are recommended to visit this large permanent exhibition about First Nations art and culture. Many of the artists we represent are featured in the museum's collection.
A group of web-based tools and services designed to support Canadian Aboriginal people engaged in language archiving, language teaching & culture revitalization.
Museum of Athropology: A Place of World Cultures
The Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia is world-renowned for its collections, research, teaching, public programs, and community connections. It is also acclaimed for its spectacular architecture and unique setting on the cl
Museum of Northern British Columbia
Exhibits about Northwest Coast history and culture dating back to the last ice age.
Oceanic Art @ The de Young Museum, San Francisco
One of the best collections of its kind in the world. The de Young also has a residency program for artists from Papua New Guinea.
Pacific Peoples' Partnership
PPP was founded in 1975 and has developed into Canada's principal organization working to promote the aspirations of the people of the Pacific Islands for social justice, human dignity and environmental sustainability.
Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art
The Queensland Art Gallery is Queensland's premier visual arts institution and a leading art museum nationally. The Gallery is committed to profiling Indigenous Australian art and strengthening relationships with Queensland's Indigenous communities.
Rebecca Hossack Gallery
London gallery with a long and distinguished history of presenting ground-breaking exhibitions from Western and non-Western artistic traditions.
The Minneapolis Institute of Arts
The Minneapolis Institute of Arts houses more than 100,000 objects from diverse cultural traditions spanning 5,000 years of world history.
The Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Australia
The Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory (MAGNT). Their collections encompass Aboriginal art and material culture, visual arts, craft, also Southeast Asian and Oceanic art.
Tjibaou Cultural Centre, Noumea,
The Department of Visual Arts and Exhibitions has for its main objectives:
to identify, make known, and promote Kanak and Oceanian artists and their art forms; to establish a public collection of contemporary Kanak and Oceanian art for reference.
U'mista Cultural Society
Located in Alert Bay, BC, the U'mista Cultural Society preserves and promotes the cultural heritage of the Kwakwaka'wakw. Of special note is the museum's famous Potlatch Collection of masks.
Vanuatu Cultural Centre
The Vanuatu Cultural Centre is an organisation that works to record and promote the diverse cultures of the Pacific archipelago of Vanuatu.
665 Fort Street, Victoria, BC, Canada V8W 1G6
Monday - Saturday: 9:30 - 5:30 pm
Sunday: 12 - 5 pm
Extended Summer hours.
VISIT THE GALLERY
We are located on Fort Street and Broad, across from the Downtown Bay Centre Mall.
A short walk from the inner harbour.