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Saahlinda Naay - the Haida Gwaii Museum offers a fascinating look into Haida Gwaii culture from diverse perspectives where Haida knowledge, western science art and politics all blend together in a fluid and constantly changing context. We work collaboratively with communities and organizations to provide an inspiring and holistic learning experience of all things Haida Gwaii.Find out more
The underlying theme running through our museum is the complex link between the land, the sea, human beings and Supernatural Beings - all which give Haida Gwaii its incomparable natural and cultural character. Our galleries offer a rich range of experiences, including learning about Haida language, art and culture from those who know it best, to enjoying our annual schedule of visual art exhibitions and public programs.
The Hlk’yak’ii: To Start a Fire art exhibition is part of a Haida Gwaii grassroots movement to find new, local and sustainable ways to meet our energy needs and to move away from our dependence on diesel to generate electricity. There have been decades of local resistance against unsustainable energy sources over the years, but […]Find out more »
Welcome to the 2021 All Islands’ Art Show! The All Islands’ Art Show is an annual event held to showcase the visual artists of Haida Gwaii. The adjudicated show is hosted by the Haida Gwaii Arts Council in cooperation with the Haida Gwaii Museum. The show welcomes artists working in a diversity of media and […]Find out more »
Saahlinda Naay/The Haida Gwaii Museum is thrilled to present our first exhibition of 2021! CONNECTED REALM by Maryanne Wettlaufer, is an extraordinary exhibition of paintings created during the COVID-19 lockdown – a reflective journey of local resilience expressed by the stunning natural landscape we call home: Haida Gwaii. VIEW ONLINE CONNECTED REALM film short ARTIST […]Find out more »