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Scotia Creek Gallery
The Scotia Creek Gallery is located on the upper level of Millennium Place in Whistler Village. It is open to the public Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm and on Sundays from 4pm to 7pm. Admission is FREE.
Each month, the Whistler Arts Council brings a new exhibition. If you'd like to get involved, please contact Andrea at [email protected].
Spectrum | December 18, 2013 - January 31, 2014
In the dark days of winter let Spectrum shine warmth into your life with a colourful array of art work by local artists. Spectrum showcases a variety of genres and mediums including the urban graffiti style work of Kris Kupskay, abstract expressionist works by Lisa Geddes and the beautiful and vibrant landscape of Chili Thom - all with the common theme of colour.
Whispers And Reflections | November 5th to December 10th, 2013
It is often in the quietest moments and places that we encounter our true selves. Reflection and introspection are integral parts of life without which the creative impulse withers. Whispers of Reflection: Desert Landscapes & Leather Masks, featuring works by mask artist Meghan Carich and painter Lorn Curry is the expression of both the inner and outer landscapes that have nurtured these artists on their own creative journeys. Though outwardly their works seem very disparate, a closer look reveals that, in fact, they are connected at a profound level where universal themes and shared experiences converge.
Out Of Bounds | September 23rd to October 25th, 2013
Opening Night: Tuesday,September 24th, 2013
Away from the chair lifts lies a land of pristine powder and stunning views, where earning your turns takes on a whole new level. And no one feels it more than the guy carrying the camera, five lenses, and eighty pounds of equipment.
For full information on Out Of Bounds click here.