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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 Show - Millennium Place
December 15th – February 7th, 2015
Opening Night – December 18th 6:30pm – 8:00pm
Ugly Christmas Sweater Party, Prizes, Snacks & Drinks.
Stick around for Chairlift Revue Christmas Special starting at 8pm December 18th & 19th. Full details & tickets here.
19+ show – No Minors | ID required
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, Stan Rey, 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.
Don't miss the OFFICIAL OPENING PARTY at Scotia Creek Gallery on December 18th at 6:30pm, followed by the first night of legendary Chairlift Revue at Millennium Place Theatre at 8:00pm. Come drink beer, eat appies, mingle, and check out the gallery exhibition. Don't forget to wear your favourite ugly Christmas sweater for a chance to win prizes.
From Here To There - A Progression In Art