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Exhibition— Sankofa: African Routes, Canadian Roots

Sankofa is a Ghanaian Akan word that means to move forward while reaching back to connect to one’s heritage. Sankofa: African Routes, Canadian Roots (on display at MOA until March 27, 2022) looks at some of the divergent—and often fragmented—paths of political mobilization and cultural assertion that African and Black people in the diaspora have taken.

Centered on works by contemporary artists from Lagos, Nigeria, and Vancouver, in conversation with objects in MOA’s permanent collection, this exhibition shares stories, histories and projects of African and Black affirmation. In particular, it draws connections to historical contributions and the growing vitality of Black Canadians in Vancouver.

Featured at the MOA Shop

Shop a selection of art and gifts related to MOA’s feature exhibitions and special events, plus a unique selection of exclusive MOA merchandise.

MOA Shop Artist Profiles

The MOA Shop has highlighted selected artists from the Pacific Northwest Coast and across the globe since 1977 through a series of video interviews, live demonstrations and dedicated exhibits and displays. Select an artist's name from below, to learn about their inspiration, creative process and works available for purchase at the MOA Shop.

Morgan Asoyuf | Montana Cardinal | Kalsang Dawa | Edward Dumoi | Carrie Matilpi | Lou-Ann Neel | Meghann O’Brien | Rena Point Bolton | Rupert Scow | Lyle Wilson | Paul Windsor