Founded in 1969, the North Vancouver Community Arts Council is a charitable community cultural organization whose mandate is to enable emerging and professional artists in all media and to bridge cultures and build strong communities through the arts. Following the Province of British Columbia’s Restart Place, WorksafeBC’s Safety Plan and Read more [...]
Due to the shifting nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, events and opening hours of many organizations may change from time to time. Should you plan a visit or wish to attend an event with an arts organization listed on Art-BC.com, we recommend that you visit their website for up-to-date details on their offerings and safety protocols.
British Columbia’s art galleries are waiting for you! Learn about artistic style at local getaways, or explore history at its core at Indigenous sites.
British Columbia’s artists use natural beauty and raw materials to create original art. These works are showcased in art galleries across the province, from small, individually owned spaces, to large city exhibitions.
There are totem poles, sculptures, bold prints, and handmade jewelry that tell the story of BC’s first peoples. Likewise, dramatic paintings, evocative photographs and crafted arts capture the province’s diverse spirit.
Indeed, BC hosts artists of national and international appeal. There is so much to explore! Visit the Vancouver Art Gallery, Alcheringa Gallery, Petley Jones Gallery, Salish Sea Market, and Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art or the newly opened Audain Museum of Art. Art-BC.com is your source for everything art in the province!
The Gordon Smith Gallery of Canadian Art, in North Vancouver, opened its doors in 2012 to provide art enrichment opportunities for children and to ignite community engagement through exceptional Canadian Art curation and education.
Griffin Art Projects (GAP) is a non-profit art residency and gallery located in North Vancouver devoted to supporting artists in the production of new work through its residency program, and in creating new research on contemporary Canadian and international art, artists and art collections from around the world in its Read more [...]
Admission is free of charge Seymour Art Gallery welcomes more than 25,000 visitors annually to our gallery, Gallery Shop, and special events. Along with a busy exhibition schedule, we present performance events — including music, artist demonstrations, interactive art-making, and events for children. The Seymour Art Gallery establishes a high Read more [...]