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Galleries, Studios & Cultural Groups
WHISTLER GALLERY LISTING
Featuring contemporary B.C. Artist and full custom framing and studio
1050 Miller Creek Road (Function Junction)
Whistler, British Columbia
Adele Campbell Fine Art Gallery
Featuring classic and contemporary Canadian Fine Art
Shops at the Westin Resort & Spa
#109-4090 Whistler Way
Black Tusk Gallery
North West Coast Native Arts
Art Gallery Row
#108-4293 Mountain Studio - Hilton Resort & Spa
tel: or toll free 1.
Black Ohm Tattoo Gallery
#7-1040 Millar Creek Road
The Canada Gallery
#4 - 4573 Chateau Blvd
The Daily Planet
#1-1030 Millar Creek Road
Original Paintings, Giclee Prints & Art Cards
#204-37760 2nd Ave
Mark Richards Gallery
Mike Crane Photography
Alpha Lake Road.
Mountain Galleries at the Fairmont
4599 Chateau Blvd.
The Fairmont Chateau Whistler
Fathom Stone Arts
114-4293 Mountain Square
Hilton Resort & Spa
The Plaza Galleries
Upper Vision Gallery
Upper Vision Gallery @ BBK's
Whistler Village Art Gallery
Contemporary sculpture & painting
110-4293 Mountain Square
Hilton Whistler Resort
Whistler Inuit Art Gallery
Inuit Sculpture and painting
4090 Whistler Way - Westin Hotel
White Dog Studio Gallery
1074 Millar Creek Road
tel: 604 932-2205
WHISTLER STUDIO LISTING
Cheryl Wheeler Art Studio
Original floral acrylics and oils on canvas; art cards
9237 Lakeshore Drive
By Appointment 1- or
Clayfunkionals / Everyday Pearls
Borgi Rayen - pottery & jewellery
2263 Olive Terrace - Creekside
Cross Design Studio
Original acrylics, Giclee prints and art cards.
6862 Barnfield Pl. Whistler
Landscape paintings of the Whistler area.
8170 Muirfield Crescent, Whistler
Insight Photography International
# 20 - 1005 Alpha Lake Road, Function Junction
By Appointment , toll free
Isobel MacLaurin Art Studio
Primarily flora, fauna and scenes of mountains.
Watercolours, oils, pen & ink, pastel from world travels, scenes, portraits
5129 Old Gravel Rd , Whistler,
The Mute Raven Studio
Art by Wim Tewinkel
8746 Pemberton Portage Road (between Mount Currie & D'Arcy)
Our Glass Works
Custom Stained Glass Specialists
Leaded, copperfoil and fused glasswork.
9143 Pemberton Portage Rd., Birken
Mosaics, tile, and sculpture-ceramic production studio
White Dog Whistler Studios
1074 Millar Creek Road
Vincent Massey Pottery
Vincent & Cheryl Massey
High fired stoneware pottery and wild crafted baskets.
8605 Forest Ridge Dr. Alpine Meadows Whistler
LOCAL ARTS & CULTURAL GROUPS
Howe Sound Arts Association
The Howe Sound Arts Association is a non-profit organization with charitable tax status (1993), which aims to promote, assist, and develop the arts for the Squamish community. Currently, the organization presents a concert series (3-5) events per year, The Festival of Canadian Arts (3rd week Nov), the adjudicated Howe Sound Music Festival and the Annual Star Search competition.
Maurice Young Millennium Place
MYMP Place is a community gathering place. Built entirely on donation, MYMP Place attests to what can be achieved when a community unites. As the first permanent performance theatre in Whistler, MY Place is the focal point for local and visiting artists of all disciplines. The upper reception lobby showcases local artwork, and the lower level rooms are ideal for a multitude of arts workshops. Along with the hall, MYMP Place boasts a board room, reception lobby, multipurpose room, music practice rooms, a teen centre, a daycare, and a dark room. MYMP Place is the perfect venue for seminars, retreats, strata meeting, performances, classes and more. "To challenge, engage and stimulate our community to explore their imaginations and to develop their creativity, spiritual and intellectual awareness."
DANCE WHISTLER is a non-profit group whose goal is to promote, encourage and facilitate dance as a performing art in our community, and which seeks to place dance as a more prominent and vibrant feature of the Whistler arts scene. We are a non-partisan 'umbrella' organisation that seeks to fund and promote dance in all its forms, whether through public performances, workshops, competitions, bursaries, or conventions. Membership of Dance Whistler is open to all lovers and supporters of dance, regardless of age or personal dance participation. Contact Linda McGaw, Chair of the Dance Whistler Board of Directors, or .
World Ski & Snowboard Festival
Whistler Children's Chorus
The Whistler Children’s Chorus is a non-auditioned community choir for youths and children ranging in age from 6 to 25. The Children’s Chorus is made up of 2 distinct choirs – junior and intermediate. The Chorus is for ages 13 and older. Each choir rehearses separately throughout the school year. Throughout the year the choirs perform at community events in Whistler such as the municipal Remembrance Day ceremony, the Christmas Eve Carol Service and the Canada Day parade. In addition, the choir presents three concerts every year. The choir annually takes part in a number of music festivals and workshops and for the past several years, The Chorus has taken part in choir exchanges to Ontario, Quebec and Nova Scotia.
Whistler Writers Group
The Vicious Circle, as Whistler Writers Group is known, was founded in 2001, to provide a forum for local writers to develop their craft by connecting with other professional writers in our community for discussion and critiquing of an individual writer's work. More information about the group is available on the website. Should you wish further information about the group, please contact Stella Harvey at .
Whistler Museum & Archives Society
The Mandate of the Whistler Museum and Archives Society (WMAS) is to develop and maintain a museum and archives of which Whistler, as a community, can be proud. The WMAS fosters the preservation and appreciation of Whistler's natural setting, and its material heritage (particularly year-round sports and recreation) for the benefit of both community members and guests. The museum collects, preserves, studies, and interprets the natural and human history of the region through entertaining and educational exhibitions and programs for the benefit of children, youth, families, and individuals.
Whistler Public Library
Whistler Film Festival Society
The Whistler Film Festival Society (WFFS) is a charitable cultural organization dedicated to furthering the art of film by providing programs that focus on the discovery, development and promotion of new talent culminating with a must attend festival for artists, the industry and audiences in Whistler that takes place over the first weekend of December. WFFS produces one of Canada's leading film festivals and plays a leadership role in offering professional development programs and opportunities for filmmakers.
Whistler Secondary School Drama Club
Whistler's local high school students present 1-2 shows per year at Millennium Place. For more information, please contact or (604) 932-3068.
The Whistler Singers is a community choir which meets weekly on Thursday evenings from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. at Whistler Secondary. The season usually runs from September to April with occasional Summer events. Music from different periods and various genres is rehearsed and performances are given anywhere from five to ten times throughout the year.Anyone wishing further information should contact Candice at .
Whistler Valley Guilders Quild
The Guild first began meeting in 1993. Members meet on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month from September to May, 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm at Millenium Place. Workshops are organized during the year with teachers of various disciplines related to quilting and fabric art. Guild members designed and made the quilt “Transitions” which they donated to the Whistler Public Library and which hangs over the fireplace in the Joan Richoh Room. The Guild’s quilt and fibre arts show, “Quilts in the Mountains”, is held every 3 years – the 6th will take place June 11 and 12, 2011. Over the years the Guild has donated proceeds from their raffle quilts to the Whistler Health Care Foundation, Whistler Bear Society, Whistler Blackcomb Foundation, Whistler & Pemberton Public Libraries, Whistler Search and Rescue Society and the Howe Sound Women’s Centre. The Guild also has an ongoing community quilt program that provides quilts for babies, children, adults and families in need. Quilts have also been donated far away from Whistler – to victims of hurricane Katrina, the Kelowna fires, as well as to orphaned children in Lesotho. For more information please email