Events & Guided Tours
The West Vancouver Art Museum offers a wide range of programs, including public talks and workshops, school programs, and art camps.
All Fall Down comprises a series of sculptures made by Martha Sturdy from wood salvaged from a stand of ancient trees in Pemberton, BC. These sculptures explore the themes of climate change, extreme weather, and the natural life cycle.
Join us for a free, in-person tour of the West Vancouver Art Museum’s current exhibition, Martha
Sturdy: All Fall Down. Visitors are welcome to drop in to this tour.
In Persian culture, the lotus tree represents a place of refuge, a metaphor for safety and recovery. In this exhibition, two artists, both originally from Iran, present paintings that illustrate Persian poetry and history, recent and ancient. New work by Pari Azarm Motamedi, a resident of West Vancouver, and Rozita Moini Shirazi, explores themes of the Persian diaspora that resulted from the Iranian Revolution and the Fall of the Shah in 1979.