Bringing Arts to the Heart of Our Community.

Gallery shop
Clay 2017: The Fraser Valley Potters Guild
March 11 - April 22, 2017
Setsuko Piroche exhibition photo

An Open Nature – Zoran Malinovski
Jan 14 – Mar 4, 2017
Photo: Les Raskewicz

Setsuko Piroche exhibition photo

Setsuko Piroche
September 10 to October 29, 2016
Photo: Les Raskiewicz

Gallery shop
Tidal Pull – Laurie Rolland and Jane Duford Johnston
March 5 – April 23, 2016
Photo: Les Raskiewicz
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Exhibition Under Development – Aaron Moran and Amelia Epp
January 8 – February 27, 2016
Photo: Les Raskiewicz
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Iceland Unbound – Alexandra Edmonds
October 17 – November 14, 2015
Photo: Les Raskiewicz


The ACT Art Gallery features the work of amateur, 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.

Upcoming Exhibition

Wood + Wood Fired

April 29 – June 10, 2017

Photo Credit: Les Raskewicz

This exhibition features only wood: from streamlined and functional items of utility, to fine art pieces that have no other purpose than to delight. Carved wood, turned wood, handcrafted furniture, jewelry, sculpture, and some whacky musical instruments have been submitted from artists across the Lower Mainland and the Fraser Valley. A collection of recent wood-fired ceramics by Maple Ridge potter, Mark Tigges, shows how wood can take on a new life and purpose even as it is committed to the flames.

Opening Reception
Saturday, April 29, 2-4pm

Passagio Gallery

Passagio Exhibit – Dancers

By The Garibaldi Art Club

The show continues until May 29

My dancers move in a world of strong and saturated colors.

Their relation with their environment is direct and without detours.

They tell us stories which will never end and which will awaken our senses.

A sample from the show:
Louise Vincent
Acrylic on canvas
Size: 36″X48″

The Passagio Gallery is located at The ACT Arts Centre on the upper floor. It is open to the public during regular building hours and free to access.