Vancouver Sun columnist Daphne Bramham says a new Museum at The Shipyards and the new Polygon Gallery on North Vancouver’s waterfront are set to transform the site from “abandoned, heavy industrial site to an artistic and cultural hub.” Federal funding for both the Museum ($2.2 million) and the Gallery ($2.5 million) was announced on July 31, 2015 by MP Andrew Saxton. We are thrilled to receive this significant commitment to the Campaign for a new Museum at The Shipyards. Read the article here.
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