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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.
Skiing Under The Influence - Mountain Culture Show
Mountain Culture Exhibit - Millennium Place
On now until February 7th, 2015
There’s no denying Whistler has a culture, but what is it? Do we merely gather to celebrate skiing and snowboarding in the winter, or is there more to it? How far do the arts influence the sports and the sports influence the arts? Visitors travel from all over the world to experience the essence of Whistler and take a piece of it with them: the locals, the fashion, the sports – all of which are influenced by the arts. With every visitor’s experience comes the inevitable: the stories, the moments, and the passion. Because once you’ve been to Whistler, you’ll know what it is that keeps you coming back. Again and again.
Exhibitors Include: Blake Jorgenson, Dagan Beach, Vanessa Stark, Kris Kupskay, Catherine Mitchell Roy, Andy Anissimoff, Andrea Mueller, Rich Glass, Sean St. Denis, Stacey Bodnaruk, Mark Gribbon, Bradley Slack, Geoff Holman, Cormac O’Brien, Ben Haggar, Siobhan Allen, Funk Skis, Katie Zessel, Pierre Tremblay, Gary Wayne Skis, Prior, Whistler Museum, Whistler Adaptive Sports Program, Whistler Blackcomb, Spearhead Huts Committee, and Mountain Life Magazine.
From Here To There - A Progression In Art
February 13th - April 1st, 2015
EVENING RECEPTION: February 28th, 6:30pm - 8:30pm, Millennium Place
From Here To There aims to show progression of craft, technique, and idea development of Whistler's artists who have attended the Summer Art Workshops On The Lake program. The show will include the work of students, emerging artists, and professional artists who have participated in the programs, and will showcase works at various stages of development. From sketches and studies to completed works, a variety of art mediums and formats will be displayed.
This exhibit will show the work of 6-10 invited artists who will each display one piece of early work, two or three sketches, as well as one finished piece. All other participants will have the opportunity to show one or two pieces of work which were started at the Alta Lake Station House, as well as showcase any work of the view from the house or of the house itself. The opening night of From Here To There will be an opportunity to talk about Summer Art Workshops On The Lake, the Alta Lake Station House, as well as the Whistler Arts Council in general.
A special evening reception to celebrate the exhibit and the Summer Art Workshops On The Lake program will take place in Scotia Creek Gallery on February 28th from 6:30pm - 8:30pm. The reception will take place just before TorQ Percussion Quartet takes the stage at Millennium Place Theatre as part of the Whistler Arts Council's Performance Series. Full event details here.
Exhibitors Will Include: Larisa Valentin, Anne Popma, Sarah Lang, Ann Spence, Julie Hamilton, Susan Oakley, Shelagh Thiessen, Joanne White, Lorine van Voorst, Astrid Notte, Lisa Geddes, and Bea Gonzales.