The Conservation Area at Maplewood Flats hosts a variety of permanent and temporary exhibits at the site.
Pacific Coast Portraits
September 18th - October 9th
An Artists for Conservation Festival exhibit in partnership with the Wild Bird Trust of BC.
The exhibition is open 11am-3pm on weekends at the Nature House until October 9. All proceeds of artwork sales go towards the artists, Artists for Conservation, and the Wild Bird Trust of B.C.
Come check out the show while you go for a nature walk! 🌿
Maplewood Flats, 2649 Dollarton Hwy.,
Children of takaya
Jordan Gallie, Olivia George, Jacob George, Robbie George, Ocean Hyland, Jonas Jones, Cody Larock, and features Atheana Picha | Curated by Jonas Jones
Exhibition Dates & Hours: September 8-12, 2021, 12:00-8:00 pm • Location: Part Of Studio, 4389 Gallant Ave., North Vancouver, Tsleil-waututh Territory • Poster art: Ocean Hyland • Opening Event: Weds, Sept. 8th, at 7:30pm • Closing Event: Sun, Sept. 12th at 2:00pm • Performances by Children of Takaya at Panorama Park
The Children of Takaya exhibition presents artwork from emerging Tsleil-Waututh artists in this five-day Part Of Studio exhibit in Deep Cove, unceded Tsleil-Waututh lands and waters.
Chief dan george
Actor & Activist
Exhibit at maplewood flats May 22-September 6, 2021
Maplewood Flats Conservation area hosts public artworks by local Indigenous artists at various locations around the site.
Call for submissions
4th Annual wbt members photography exhibition
Calling ALL Wild Bird Trust of BC nature photographers!
Whether you’re a professional or a beginner nature-loving photographer, we invite you to submit your favourite images! Share your love for the birds, plants, insects and wildlife at the Conservation Area at Maplewood Flats.
The competition consists of large-format digital photos taken at Maplewood Flats of plants and flowers as well as birds and wildlife. Up to 20 photos/photographers will be selected for exhibition at the Nature House.
Deadline for Submissions: Saturday, September 3, 2021
We strongly encourage submissions from youth, Coast Salish, Indigenous & Black People, People of Colour, women, LGBTQ and People with Diverse Abilities.
Photo by Nicolas Ladino Silva on Unsplash/Canva.