River Market is where the hungry and curious gather to eat, shop, and play. First opened in 1985 as Westminster Quay Public Market this 75,000 square-foot marketplace on the Fraser River pioneered a food-led revitalization to become a hub for community life. Today, it showcases 25 of B.C.’s best independent Read more [...]
There is nowhere better to begin your discovery of arts and culture in British Columbia than one of the many Cultural Centres found across the province. Creative artistic directors all over BC work to curate an authentic community experience, enriched with history, local artistry and educational programs.
Experience hands-on workshops lead by local artists. Here visiting? Many cultural centres offer classes and workshops ranging from an afternoon, to a weekend intensive. Learn songwriting, painting, sewing, theatre, dance, ceramics, cooking, storytelling and more.
The Gallery at Queen’s Park is community art gallery that has provided a venue for emerging and established artists to showcase their work since 1985. Over the year, 12 exhibitions are presented in two-dimensional and three-dimensional mediums such as paintings, photography, pottery, wood carvings, bronze statues, and more. Located in Read more [...]