Community Galleries

The Squamish Arts Council enlivens our community and supports local artists through its Community Gallery Program. Run entirely by dedicated volunteer curators, these community spaces are filled with the work of Sea to Sky-based member artists.

Gallery Venues:

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Artisan Gallery

The Artisan Building 1336 Main Street
Coordinators: Mo and Tony Rainbow
[email protected] / [email protected]

Currently Showing

July 6 – October 5: Theme, Summer Fun
Featured artist – Angela Mueller, Gallery Two

October 5 – January 11: Theme, Magical Moments
(Open for featured SAC artist(s) applications. Preference will be given to artists who have not been featured yet)

2022

January 11 – April 5
Gallery One and Two: K-6 children’s artwork

April 5 – July 5: Theme, Special People
Feature Artist: Jenna Robinson

July 5 – October 4: Theme, Summer and Fall Activities
Gallery Two: TBC

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The Squamish Adventure Centre

38551 Loggers Ln, Squamish, BC
Coordinator: Eileen Kiyonaga / [email protected]

Currently Showing
Thomasina Pidgeon and Michiko Splinter

Please contact Eileen Kiyonaga if you are interested in in showing at the Adventure Centre.

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Squamish Medical Clinic

37979 Cleveland Ave, Squamish, BC V8B 0B1
Coordinator: Cathy Wickett / [email protected]

Calling all photographers, We are getting ready to hang a group show at the Squamish Medical Center September 10, 2021.
Please consider that it is a medical waiting room. All photographs must be framed and ready to hang. There is room for 6-8 medium size pieces.
Please contact Cathy if you are interested.
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Black Tusk Realty

1900 Garibaldi Way #3, Squamish, BC V8B 0P9
Coordinator: Cathy Wickett / [email protected]

Current Featured Artist: Maïna Pertolas. Also showing are Cathy Wickett, Mo Rainbow, Maureen Brown and Barbara Stover.

Artist Call: Next solo show will be early October. This space is suitable for between 6 – 8 medium sized pieces.

Please contact Cathy if you are interested.

If you are interested in becoming a Community Gallery Venue, please contact us at [email protected].

Community Galleries Artist Application

To show your work in our galleries please become a member and fill out the following form:
Our curators will get back to you with available dates
Frames are not obligatory, but artworks should be ready for display in a professional manner, i.e. have hooks and wires on the back.

Artist Images

Please upload 3 images (The maximum size of a photo is 5MB. If your photos are larger that 5MB please re-size them.)

Terms & Conditions

INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL OF ARTWORK:

I agree that I will make all necessary arrangements with my venue to install my artwork and to remove as specified by my venue. My work will be displayed in a professional manner, and that I will provide all printed materials for display including labels, bio, and sales contact information. I will be an ambassador of the We Heart Local Art program.

SALES:

All sales of artwork on display are the responsibility of the artist(s). It is recommended that the artist(s) include contact information on your labels, bio, etc. The Squamish Arts Council will not process any sales on an artist’s behalf as part of the Community Galleries Program. Please connect with your curator/ the venue to discuss any commission rates that they may have. We recommend having a short written agreement between you and your venue that outlines these types of details. The Squamish Arts Council does not retain any commission as part of this program; however, we would love to hear about your successes, so please let us know how it goes!

COPYRIGHT:

I agree that I will be solely responsible for taking all necessary steps to establish and protect any and all copyright associated with my submission. The Squamish Arts Council has no obligations with respect to copyright.

LOSS OR DAMAGE:

It is recommended that all artists carry their own liability insurance and should have an agreement with their venue that addresses possible damages, losses, or theft. The Squamish Arts Council cannot be held responsible for any damages, liabilities, or losses to the business or the artists taking part in the Community Galleries Program.

Artisan Community Gallery