Culture

There are many cultural experiences to be found in West Vancouver. Take in an art exhibition, attend a heritage home tour or festival, or enjoy the public art found in many places around the District.

Public Art

From Ambleside to Horseshoe Bay, enjoy these public art pieces. More Information

Gallery

The Ferry Building Gallery is located in a beautifully restored heritage building on the waterfront. More Information

Museum

The West Vancouver Museum is dedicated to art, architecture and cultural history. More Information

Library

The library is a dynamic, free and welcoming space that inspires discovery and learning for visitors of all ages. More Information

Festivals

The District hosts many festivals and events, including Harmony Arts, Canada Day and Community Day. More Information

Heritage

Our heritage helps tell our story and makes this a desirable place to live. More Information

Ambleside Waterfront Plan

In the Ambleside Waterfront Plan, arts remains a strong long-term presence on the waterfront through the creation of a new community arts building west of the Ferry Building Gallery. Green space is maintained to the east and west of the Ferry Building Gallery, preserving the prominence of this important heritage building and allowing for the continued art-related use of these landscaped areas for programs like Painters' Landing. More Information

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ARTS & CULTURE STRATEGY

One of the Council’s seven priorities is to update the District’s Arts & Culture Strategy. Arts and culture in West Vancouver incorporate a broad array of programs and services, community groups delivering arts programs, individual artists from all arts disciplines, participants, audiences and volunteers.

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February 2017 ArtsWEST

West Vancouver's monthly arts and culture e-newsletter!

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