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 WorksafeBC’s guidance for Offices and Arts and Cultural Facilities, North Van Arts offices are open again. We want to keep our staff, visitors, and the community safe as we transition to in-person visits. Please visit our Plan Your Visit page to learn more about the safety precautions in place.
North Van Arts is excited to work with local artists-instructors to stay connected through art. They are offering limited discounted prices for thier online classes, and registration is for the whole family. Check out the Arts Education Page for more information about upcoming classes.
Art enthusiasts from across Canada can discover the artists living and working on Vancouver’s North Shore through the online North Shore Art Craw (NSAC) l! Available online from March 12 to April 12, 2021, the online components of the NSAC will showcase artist profiles and curated webpages of the diverse visual arts studio; ranging from watercolour, acrylic, oil paint, photography, ceramics, glass, woodworking, fibre art, jewellery and more! Learn more.
Cityscape Community Art Space is open following Coivd-19 safety protocols. This contemporary, interactive art gallery was built for the community and all exhibitions are group based and themed, to inspire reflection and conversation. This creative approach continually results in truly remarkable, thought-provoking and diverse art exhibitions, showcasing local and international artists. The high ceilings and open concept allow for dynamic installations, sculptures, 3 dimensional work, paintings, projections, textiles and more. View Current and Upcoming Exhibitions.
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