Consider the sensory knowledge and power of wild animals through thought-provoking artwork.
These images communicate the excitement of biodiversity research and the captivating nature of its subjects.
Dive into the luminous world of seaweeds with artist Josie Iselin.
Artist Megan Majewski and writer Sharon Roberts give voice to forests impacted by the BC wildfires.
Creative works from past and present staff, students, researchers, and volunteers.
A collaboration with the Musqueam First Nation on the complex network of knowledge around the making of a sturgeon harpoon.
Katrina Vera Wong exhibits hybrid flowers (Frankenflora) made from various approaches.
Solarized Polaroid film prints of Beaty Biodiversity Museum specimens by David Ellingsen.
Brigitte Potter-Mael is a gardener, artist, and print-maker in Vancouver.