The West Vancouver Art Museum offers a wide range of programs, including public talks and workshops, school programs and art camps.
Landon Mackenzie: Recollect(s) is a survey of works from the artist’s 40-year career shown alongside a selection of paintings by such formidable Canadian artists as Jock Macdonald, Walter Yarwood, Harold Town, Michael Snow and Gordon Smith, assembled by her family in the late 1950s.
Join us for a Slow Art Session, when we spend 10 minutes looking closely and quietly at four works, followed by a guided discussion. Akin to meditation, this session requires no previous experience or knowledge.
This event is free but requires registration as space is limited.
David MacWilliam is an artist, educator and independent curator living in Vancouver. He has exhibited his paintings in numerous solo and group exhibitions over the past forty years. From 1988 to 2017, he taught art at Emily Carr University of Art + Design, where he is currently Professor Emeritus in the Audain Faculty of Art.
Join the West Vancouver Art Museum Advisory Committee in a Sip & Paint fundraiser, led by Rosa Jafari of West Van Art Centre.
A professional artist will teach you and your friends the art of acrylic painting in an easy, step-by-step process and you will produce your own West Vancouver seascape!
Cost includes all supplies, wine and nibbles.
Join us at the West Vancouver Art Museum on the last Saturday of every month for a different art project. Drop-ins are free and suitable for all ages!
This exhibition features the work of two contemporary architectural photographers, Nic Lehoux and Attilio Fiumarella, who explore the different ways in which design impacts our use and engagement with public spaces.
This exhibition features two bodies of work by Iranian artist, Gohar Dashti. Notions of home and sanctuary are inverted and re-framed in the work of Iranian artist Gohar Dashti.