The Pocket Gallery is a small display space in Clifford Carl Hall, on the main floor of the Royal BC Museum.
The gallery showcases the little-seen behind-the-scenes work of the Royal BC Museum.
Featured displays are great opportunities for visitors to see how individual staff members explore innovative, provocative and sometimes revelatory ideas, drawing on collections, research, partnerships and programmes that you might otherwise know very little about.
Pocket Gallery displays change regularly, as Royal BC Museum professionals continually pitch fresh ideas and focus on new projects. Access to the Pocket Gallery is free to all visitors.
The Pocket Gallery is proudly supported by
Currently featured in the Pocket Gallery
Highlighting the work of the international charity SafeHands for Mothers
Open June 7, 2019 - August 30, 2019
Featuring the photographic work of founder Nancy Durrell McKenna, this Pocket Gallery display provides viewers with a broad understanding of the complex and devastating challenges facing women in the developing world.
Please note that the display features mature content that may not be suitable for young readers. Parental discretion is advised.
The In SafeHands display is supported by Gwen Page.
For more information about SafeHands for Mothers, visit www.safehands.org.