The Pocket Gallery is a small display space in Clifford Carl Hall, on the main floor of the Royal BC Museum.
The gallery showcases the little-seen behind-the-scenes work of the Royal BC Museum.
Featured displays are great opportunities for visitors to see how individual staff members explore innovative, provocative and sometimes revelatory ideas, drawing on collections, research, partnerships and programmes that you might otherwise know very little about.
Pocket Gallery displays change regularly, as Royal BC Museum professionals continually pitch fresh ideas and focus on new projects. Access to the Pocket Gallery is free to all visitors.
The Pocket Gallery is proudly supported by
Currently featured in the Pocket Gallery
Haq and history
The Punjabi Canadian Legacy Project: a quest for community voices
Open March 22, 2019
The Punjabi Canadian Legacy Project team travelled the province, exploring places with deep Punjabi Canadian community roots, collecting oral histories and consulting with communities on the preservation and presentation of Punjabi Canadian history in BC.
Our special thanks to the Punjabi Canadian Legacy Project Advisory Committee, and to our partner institutions and community participants around the province for sharing this project.