Bringing Arts to the Heart of Our Community.


The ACT Art Gallery features the work of emerging and mid-career artists. Exhibitions are selected with a view to providing a balanced program of local, regional and occasionally, international artists, so that the community benefits through the exposure of artwork created both within and outside the community.



Current Exhibition


Gary Wyatt and Jay Bundy Johnson • Mixed Media Drawings & Sound Machines

January 12 – February 23, 2019

Opening Reception: Sunday, January 13 2 – 4 PM
Artist Talk: Saturday, January 19, 1 – 2 PM

This experimental exhibition involves a playful exploration of visual and sonic landscapes. The positioning of artist Gary Wyatt’s absorbing, highly detailed drawings alongside a series of mysterious sonic machines by Jay Bundy Johnson, offers visitors the opportunity to experience how sound can influence an accompanying visual experience.

Image: Squamish, Christmas Day, 2018, Gary Wyatt, Graphite and Polychromos pencil

Current Exhibition

Ensemble 2018

Ensemble 2018 - Exhibition & Sale

Juried Group Exhibition • All Mediums

November 3–December 20, 2018

This group show has become something of a Christmas ’classic’ at The ACT. Selected artists are invited to display a grouping of their artwork that is related by theme, medium, style, and/or size. The result is always surprisingly coherent, with each artist being given just enough space to make a statement.

All works in the show are available for sale, offering much potential for those who like to deck their halls (or someone else’s) with something handmade and heartfelt at this time of year.

Frozen Pitt Meadows Liz Boulton Acrylic


Garibaldi Art Club

With their latest Passagio Gallery exhibition, the Garibaldi Art Club hopes to evoke an eclectic mix of works.
Interpretations may include: winter weather, a cool colour scheme, baked beans, colourful weaving from the Andes, a relaxed evening with some light jazz, sipping Southern Comfort by a crackling fire with a hound at your feet and a kitten on your lap, or any other Chillin’-inspired image.
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