Shop Online During Museum Closure

The MOA Shop will continue to operate online throughout the Museum's temporary 2023 closure for Great Hall seismic upgrades.

Shop online at anytime, from anywhere for our our thoughtful selections that proudly feature local and international artisans. Proceeds from your purchase support MOA's acquisitions, publications and public programs.

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Featured products

Shop our selection of gifts related to MOA’s feature exhibitions and special events, plus a unique selection of exclusive MOA merchandise, Indigenous artworks, one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces and much more.

Past Exhibition — Xicanx: Dreamers + Change-makers / Soñadores + creadores del cambio

Hosted at the Museum of Anthropology at UBC — from May 12, 2022 - January 15th, 2023.

The artists featured in Xicanx: Dreamers + Changemakers / Soñadores + creadores del cambio, are dreamers and changemakers; they are of Mexican American heritage; self-identified as Xicanx (pronounced “chi-can-ex”). The term transcends borders and gender to encompass the Xicanx people’s multi-generational experiences of social difference. Xicanx artists, working across all mediums, are part of a rich tradition of combining visual art and activism. Others define themselves as Indigenous, drawing upon their origins in Aztlán, the ancestral homeland referenced in Mexican códices and oral histories. 

Peruse the MOA Shop's online collection inspired by the featured exhibition here.

MOA Shop Artist Profiles

The MOA Shop has engaged and featured artists from the Pacific Northwest Coast and across the globe since 1977.

Select artists are showcased through a series of video interviews, live demonstrations and dedicated exhibits and displays. In the artist profiles below 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 ‎‎ ‎‏‏‎ ‎