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The Richmond Art Gallery is the City of Richmond’s Public Art Gallery, supported by the Richmond Art Gallery Association. RAGA is an independent, non-profit society formed to support the gallery of the City of Richmond. Through innovative exhibition and education programming, the Richmond Art Gallery strives to enhance an understanding and enjoyment of contemporary visual art. The art gallery features exhibitions of regional, national and international contemporary works of art. Our Mission is to promote dialogue around contemporary art. We are here to offer you ways to connect to art, your community and yourself by providing a place to look, think, create and communicate.
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The Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre is a three-storey, 30,400-square foot award-winning First Nations tourism facility. Guests are offered a guided tour from a local First Nation cultural ambassador who share their knowledge and stories while visiting the many displays and artifacts on display. Guests enjoy a cultural performance of drums and song as well as the chance to learn, hands-on, an indigenous craft. The facility is designed to evoke a traditional Squamish longhouse and a Lil’wat Istken (pit house) and is surrounded by dramatic mountain scenery. Designed to preserve and renew local First Nations’ cultures and to share these living cultures with the world; the experience includes Class A museum space to house rare artifacts, a gift gallery, a cafe and an 80 seat HD theatre.
Gallery Jones represents contemporary art by Canadian and International artists in the mediums of painting, photography and sculpture. We are dedicated to exhibiting and promoting excellent work that is relevant and original. The Gallery is located at #1-258 East 1st Avenue in Vancouver, in the neighbourhood known as Ã¢ÂÂThe Flats,Ã¢ÂÂ district. This neighbourhood is home to over a dozen visual art venues, including Emily Carr University of Art + Design.
The Art Gallery Osoyoos is situated in one of the most unique and beautiful towns in the Okanagan Valley, and offers original art produced by artists and artisans. The gallery features guest artists, local and non local, through out the year. The Art Gallery Osoyoos was established in the 1990s and is a non-profit organization run by volunteers. The gallery is located at the corner of 89th Street and Main Street, under the blue canopy in the Osoyoos Arts Centre and is governed by the O&D Arts Council.
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A great destination anytime, Abbotsford’s new 20,000 sq. ft. cultural centre features a gallery, museum, archives 7 studios. Experience regional, national & international art exhibitions, arts & heritage programs and an exciting array of special events. Detailed information on the website.We are an arts and heritage centre of excellence, built for the enrichment of our citizens and visitors and situated right in the heart of the community.The Reach Gallery Museum Abbotsford is both a centre for community use and an inspirational artist destination. Its outstanding design will draw people together to experience the past, interact with the present and dream of the future.
A Boutique Art Gallery located in the heART of the historical and colorful Front Street area of Penticton. We feature Local artists who exhibit a wide variety of artwork, from landscapes of the beautiful Okanagan Valley and quirky art pieces right to photography and portraits. Front Street Gallery is surrounded by many specialty shops and eclectic restaurants.
Chali-Rosso Art Gallery first opened its door in 2005 on South Granville’s Gallery Row. After the collection has quadrupled in size the gallery had to look for a bigger location and moved to its current address, to the heart of Downtown Vancouver. The collection is primarily focused on graphic works of the Modern Masters, including Pablo PICASSO, Salvador DALI, Marc CHAGALL, Joan MIRO and Henri MATISSE. In addition, we also offer works by REMBRANDT, Pierre-Auguste RENOIR, Edgar DEGAS, Edouard MANET, Andy WARHOL and a variety of others. The gallery launched the Definitely Dali project in May 2017, which will be on till the end of September. The featured sculpture of the project, Salvador Dali’s Dance of Time I, is on public display at Hornby and W. Hastings Street, 3 blocks from the gallery. There are also close to 100 Dali works showcased in the gallery, beside the works by the other masters.
By Appointment Only The Van Dop Gallery is Canada’s premiere home gallery, exemplifying the union of art and living. Founded by Trudy Van Dop in 1996, the gallery is a one-of-a-kind experience showcasing over 100 artists in a unique contemporary home and garden setting. Visitors feel at home as they explore Van Dop’s lush gardens and myriad of artworks in every room.
Gallery 2 – the Grand Forks Art Gallery is Boundary Country’s public art gallery. Since 1984 the gallery has been a centre for contemporary visual arts and culture programming for locals and visitors alike. Gallery 2 is housed in the heritage 1910 courthouse building located right on Highway 3 at the west end of downtown Grand Forks. On the main floor, the gift shop showcases a carefully curated collection of regional crafts, the art rental gallery features a sample of local artworks available to rent, and the Heritage gallery provides a graphic overview of the history of the area. In the main galleries upstairs, engaging exhibitions will surprise and delight you and provoke conversation. Gallery 2 presents exhibits that place Grand Forks and the Boundary Region in the larger contemporary cultural context.
Engage with contemporary art through changing exhibitions, permanent artworks, and events like talks, tours, and artmaking days with friends and family. Surrey Art Gallery is a contemporary art museum that specializes in digital art. Since 1975, more than 10,000 local, national, and international artists have shown their work here. We also offer art classes for all ages and skill levels so you can explore your creative side. There’s something for everyone!
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Legendary Canadian artist and naturalist Robert Bateman has spent a lifetime painting the natural world and the fascinating animals that inhabit it. Formerly known as the Robert Bateman Centre, the Gallery of Nature houses the largest permanent collection of his work, as well as a rotation of nature-inspired exhibitions. The Gallery of Nature inspires people of all ages to connect with the natural world through exciting exhibits, kids’ activities and guided tours, along with interactive installations, including a Birdsong Gallery and multi-media video. Come and enjoy the vivid colours, textures and stories of the artwork in a peaceful gallery setting overlooking Victoria’s inner harbour, with a Gallery Shop on the ground floor that offers exclusive signed Robert Bateman prints and merchandise, hand-picked crafts by local artisans and unique, nature-inspired souvenirs.