The Reach gallery museum showcases amazing artwork.

Cultural innovation at The Reach

Since opening its doors in 2008, the Abbotsford Reach Gallery has been showcasing Canada’s rich cultural heritage.

Since opening its doors in 2008, the Abbotsford Reach Gallery has been showcasing Canada’s rich cultural heritage through a variety of exhibitions.

Contributions from over 400 artists have been made from both inside and outside the community, allowing for 60 shows since 2008.

Five exhibitions will be on display from June 28 to Sept. 9 including an exhibit celebrating 90 years of publishing by The Abbotsford News.

Zidane

A 21st Century Portrait by internationally renowned artists Douglas Gordon and Phillippe Parreno. The artists portray society’s fascination with heroes and icons using contemporary visuals.

The Ties That Bind

Organized and circulated by the Jewish Museum and Archives of BC.

Molten Obsessions 2012 by Pacific Pyros Glass Beadmakers

Glass beadmakers in the Lower Mainland are showcasing their talent by participating in the seventh exhibit of Canadian artglass beadmaking.

Procession by Jeff Sawatzky

A local contributor who explores the complexities of the human form through various forms of expression.

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