Exhibitions

“For All Time” satellite display

“For All Time” satellite display

Join us for a display in celebration of our exciting new acquisition and to compliment the exhibition, “For All Time – The Shakespeare FIRST FOLIO”, at the Vancouver Art Gallery.

Chung Collection exhibition closure

Chung Collection exhibition closure

The Chung Collection exhibition room will be temporarily closed from Monday, October 18 through Friday, October 29.

Science Literacy Week 2021

Science Literacy Week 2021

In honour of Science Literacy Week 2021, explore RBSC’s archives related to British Columbia’s environment.

International Kelmscott Press Day

International Kelmscott Press Day

Celebrate International Kelmscott Press Day with a lecture by Dr. Gregory Mackie about William Morris’s influence in Vancouver and the Library’s own Kelmscott Chaucer.

Celebrating UBC’s Kelmscott Chaucer on International Kelmscott Press Day

In honour of International Kelmscott Press Day on June 26, 2021, we’re celebrating and reflecting on the acquisition of the UBC Library’s own Kelmscott Chaucer. The poet William Butler Yeats described it as the “most beautiful of all printed books.” Artist and illustrator Edward Burne-Jones likened it to a “pocket cathedral.” At UBC Library’s Rare […]

Archival work in a global pandemic

Archival work in a global pandemic

RBSC archivist Krisztina Laszlo talks about how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected her archival work over the past year and a half.

Phil Lind Klondike Gold Rush Collection

Phil Lind Klondike Gold Rush Collection

The finding aid of the recently donated Phil Lind Klondike Gold Rush Collection is now available to browse online.

And They Called It Vancouver

And They Called It Vancouver

Explore a new online exhibition of photographs from the Uno Langmann Family Collection of B.C. Photographs, curated by Young Canada Works (YCW) post-graduate intern Ashlynn Prasad.

Archival Collaborations

Archival Collaborations

With the publication of her new book, “Writing the Empire: The McIlwraiths, 1853–1948,” Dr. Eva-Marie Kröller reflects on the benefits of cooperation between researchers and attentive archivists.