This spectacular space created by 15 meter high walls of glass and ever-changing natural light is frequently the site of concerts, drama and dance, as well as lectures and other events. Here is found totem poles, house posts and carved figures (most from the mid-19th century) from several Northwest Coast Nations.
Great Hall feature sculptures, textiles, bentwood boxes, feast dishes and canoes from the Northwest Coast. The Great Hall is a spectacular space created by 15 metre high walls of glass and displaying large poles, house posts and carved figures, mostly from the mid-19th century. Works by contemporary artists are also featured including Welcome Figure by Nuu-chah-nulth artist Joe David, Bone Box by Haida artist Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas, and yaahl kingnganggang (Raven Calling) by Haida artist Robert Davidson.
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