Spring Break Week One


Free with admission.

The Spring Break program will run from March 20-23, and March 27-30, between 11am–3pm.

Join The Polygon Gallery in celebrating Spring Break with your family.  Featuring hands-on workshops and activities, these two weeks will focus on the current exhibition N. Vancouver. Drop in to explore the artworks and engage with activities that will help inspire a greater understanding of the landscape and communities of the North Shore.

Each workshop will relate to at least one work in the exhibition N. Vancouver and encourage experimenting with various materials.  Families who visit multiple times over the weeks will be greeted with new and exciting opportunities for close looking and creative play. 

Tuesday: Home Feltscape: working with felt and fabric in relation to Owen Kydd
Wednesday: Imaginative Object Writing: creative responses in connection with Gabrielle L’Hirondelle Hill
Thursday: Found Poetry: Dadaist collage in relation to Jordan Abel
Friday: Sculpting North Vancouver: clay sculpting inspired by Cameron Kerr

PLEASE NOTE: the Spring Break activities are a public event and an official photographer will be taking photographs for use by The Polygon Gallery for marketing and publicity purposes, including the gallery’s website and social media. Please contact a member of staff on the day if you wish to be exempted from this activity.

Kids First Saturdays

The Polygon Gallery is excited to be hosting a new regular program: Kids First Saturdays. Join us on the first Saturday of every month for…

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The Polygon Gallery continues the forty-year reputation of Presentation House Gallery in engaging the public with the most visionary artists of our time. A new waterfront landmark on Vancouver's North Shore, The Polygon offers a one-of-a-kind space to encounter contemporary visual art with a focus on photography.

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