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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. Each month, the Whistler Arts Council brings a new exhibition. Admission is FREE.
Beautiful Vandals - Graffiti Art Show
Graffiti Art Show - Millennium Place
November 6th – December 8th, 2014
Opening Night – November 12th 6:30pm – 8:00pm
Food, Drinks, Furniture Auction and Vans Custom Shoe Sale
19+ show – No Minors | ID required
Graffiti. Is it art or is it vandalism? Does it offend or inspire? Talk to any street artist and they will tell you it’s not just spontaneous emotion that caused them to paint a wall, scrawl on a fence, or blast the side of a train with spray paint. Their designs have purpose, whether it’s to spread a message or to show the entire nation their work. It’s a positive means of expression that makes art accessible to the public for free. This doesn’t mean there isn’t symbolism behind colours or a whole history of the form like any other piece of art; it just means it can be seen by anyone and everyone, not only art collectors. Regardless, it’s still an illegal form of art, and for some, the allure of being caught is part of the draw.
Either way, street artists are making their mark around every corner.
Artists: Scott Sueme, Taka Sudo, Kris Kupskay, Baz Carolan, Soak, Pepe, Dork, Tim Barnard, Mark Ollinger, Stan Matwychuk, Grominator, Chad Coates, Mia Dungeon and Monty Montgomery from San Diego
* Artists work used for the Beautiful Vandals Poster & Promotions: Taka Sudo and Liks
Skiing Under The Influence
December 12th - January 7th