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I love my Museum

with all my heart and mind


The MMFA presents I love my Museum, a cultural program custom-made for our Members. The program allows you to explore works of art through virtual activities and exclusive content.

In addition, you’ll receive weekly video clips revealing the history and secrets of treasures in our collection.

We add content every week for our Members:

New this week
The King's Beavers by Kent Monkman
Christian Boltanski's Reliquary according to Élaine Labrie, educator
Man leading liberty - Aydin Matlabi
Travelling in Wu with Laura Vigo, curator
Fictional Portraits - Janet Werner, painter
FIONA PARDINGTON • Nouvelle acquisition | Latest acquisition
Spend 30 minutes with treasures in our collection

During these virtual meetings, our volunteer guides will introduce you to favourite works from our collection.

Enjoy unlimited priority admission to the collections and exhibitions

Members of the MMFA have privileged access to the Museum at all times.

Being a Member of the Museum means supporting a national institution of international stature. It also means buying locally while enjoying a rich program and a variety of cultural activities!

Indian War Canoe (Alert Bay)

Select a Membership package!

* Maximum of 10 people per membership. Proof of age may be required. Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult.

** Guests must be accompanied by a Member bearing a card in their name. Depending on the option selected, the DUO membership provides admission to a maximum of two adults, the TRIO membership provides admission to a maximum of three adults, and the QUATTRO membership provides admission to a maximum of four adults.

*** Proof of age may be required.

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Exhibition on view

The Call of Northern Landscapes and Indigenous Cultures

Jean Paul Riopelle (1923-2002), Point de rencontre – Quintette (polyptych), 1963, oil on canvas, 428 x 564 cm (5 panels). Centre national des arts plastiques, Paris. Inv. FNAC 90069. © Estate of Jean Paul Riopelle / SOCAN (2020). Photo CNAP
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