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Explore the Ambleside & Dundarave neighbourhoods by taking a self-guided tour of our local galleries & public art. From May through August join us the first Thursday of the month to discover & celebrate visual art & local artists. In it's 3rd year, the First Thursdays Art Walk offers in-person & virtual arts events & exhibitions.



Silk Purse Arts Centre
1570 Argyle Ave
12 - 5 pm
Yeonmi Kim, A-SH 19, 2020. Recycled plastic packages, acrylic, thread. 45" x 34"

The Spaces Between Us
West Vancouver Art Museum 
680 17th St
12 - 4pm
Jackie Wong, Silverton Sky, 2020. Inkjet on metallic paper. 20" x 20"

Teen Art Exhibition
West Vancouver Memorial 
1950 Marine Dr
10am - 7:30pm

Venues are open to the public & practicing health & safety protocols in line with current Public Health Orders, including reduced visitor capacity. Please plan your visit by familiarizing yourself with venue's protocols. 


Enhance your Art Walk experience by joining us for Art Talk: free, interactive online discussions & panels with artists, curators & more. Artists Yeonmi Kim & Jackie Wong share insights into their work & artistic practices in a dynamic inspiring conversation; with viewers having the opportunity to ask questions & interact via chat.
Art Talk will be presented via zoom. Register now!

Yeonmi Kim is a multidisciplinary artist working in wood, painting, textiles & mixed media. Her work in Sewstainability at the Silk Purse Arts Centre, addresses the threats to our oceans from both the climate crisis & plastics pollution through transforming discarded plastic into 2D wall pieces of maps of locations showing the sever effects of climate change.

Jackie Wong is an artist & educator whose practice includes photography, painting & ceramics. In The Spaces Between Us at the West Vancouver Art Museum, Wong's photographs of clouds, resulting from disasters & transformed into photo-based watercolours, as well as her photographs of orbs, question the factual nature of photography & explore the ways in which our perceptions of scenes shape our engagement with the natural world.


Here are some ways you can enjoy & learn about the amazing public art in West Vancouver.

North Shore Culture Compass is an interactive online map that allows you to explore arts, culture & heritage from your home. Check this video on using the Culture Compass to find public art.

Public Art Inventory for the District of West Vancouver

The West Vancouver Community Arts Council gratefully acknowledges the following for their partnership & support of the First Thursdays Art Walk



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