Art Galleries & Artists
Glass artwork (Danielle Hayes photo)
Whistler offers a rich arts community to complement the wealth of outdoor activities that has made it famous.
In fact, Whistler was named a Cultural Capital of Canada for 2009 in recognition of the community’s ongoing commitment to arts and culture.
Many artists and craftspeople call the Whistler Valley home, and their work can be seen in local galleries, parks and other public sites.
The area’s vibrant Aboriginal culture is on full display at the breathtaking Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre, where two First Nations communities have come together to celebrate their shared history and unique differences.
Whistler loves its festivals and events, and the arts feature prominently in several. Party hard at ARTrageous, or pick up a memento at the Whistler Farmers Market.
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