Originally formed as Festival Gabriola Society on April 15, 1997, the organization became the Gabriola Arts Council in October 2006. The Gabriola Arts Council is a not-for-profit society under BC’s Society’s Act, and a charitable organization under the federal Charities Directorate. According to a 2011 Hills Strategy Research study conducted Read more [...]
Drawing inspiration from its magnificent landscape, British Columbia’s artists use the province’s natural beauty and raw materials to create remarkable treasures showcased in BC art galleries.
Towering totem poles, powerful sculptures and masks, bold prints and exquisitely designed jewellery tell the story of BC’s first peoples. Dramatic paintings, evocative photographs and a cornucopia of craft arts capture the province’s diverse geography and multi-faceted spirit.
BC claims artists of national and international renown. View their work at the Vancouver Art Gallery, Museum of Anthropology, Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, Eagle Aerie Gallery and Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art or the newly opened Audain Museum of Art.