We are pleased to offer free public and school tours of our current exhibitions, Ice Age Mammals and Sandra Grace Storey: We Are Golden.  Guided tours of the Ice Age Mammals exhibit with staff from the Beringia Interpretive Centre are available any time  between 1-4pm Monday, Wednesday and Friday until November 28.  Saturday tours are also available with staff from the Beringia Interpretive this weekend on Saturday October 11 from 1-4 and Saturday November 1 from 2-4.  Gallery staff are available for tours of Sandra Grace Storey’s exhibition We Are Golden any time between 10-4:30 Monday through Friday,

September 4 – November 29, 2014

Ice Age Mammals
A partnership between Yukon Beringia Interpretive Centre and the Yukon Arts Centre Public Art Gallery

Join the over 1 million people who have viewed this exhibition across North America and chill out with a great new travelling  exhibition on ice age mammals. This exhibition features dozens of real fossils, touchable casts and specimens along with really cool interactives. Over 90 of the specimens in this show are from the Yukon. Dramatic murals by former Yukon-based palaeoartist George "Rinaldino" Teichmann round out the experience of Ice Age Mammals. Contemporary and relevant research is presented in an engaging way that is designed to appeal to the public and to school audiences. The exhibition focuses on ice age mammals, climate change, extinction and human impact on climate and species.

Public & School tours are available Monday, Wednesday and Friday between 1 – 4pm, please call to book a tour.

Ice Age Mammals exhibition is a partnership between the Canadian Museum of Nature, the Montreal Science Centre, Royal Tyrrell Museum and the Yukon Beringia Interpretive Centre.

Sandra Grace Storey  We Are Golden
Using almost 200 wall tiles, Tagish-based sculptor Sandra Grace Storey will bring a herd of caribou into the gallery.
Sculpted in high and low relief, Storey’s installation will immerse the viewer within a moment of a myth where caribou, raven and children