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The Gallery is located on the upper level of Maurice Young Millennium Place in Whistler Village. It is open to the public Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm and on Sundays from 4pm to 7pm. The Whistler Arts Council curates a variety of unique art exhibitions in The Gallery each year, most of which feature local and Canadian artists. Admission is free.
40 YEARS, 40 STORIES - TELLING THE STORY OF WHISTLER
September 3 – October 12 | The Gallery at Millennium Place | Free Admission
About the exhibit:
For 40 days, 40 local artists will display their work in this exhibit at Millennium Place, sharing anecdotes and important moments from Whistler’s rich history to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Resort Municipality of Whistler.
From First Nations communities to loggers, adventure-seekers, artists, squatters, hippies and business people, people from many different walks of life have shaped this town into the unique place that it is today. In this exhibition, forty members of our creative community have come together to share their stories and memories through written word, paintings, sculpture, fibre arts, architectural drawings and photography.
Andy Anissimoff, Anette Eff, Anne Popma, BAZ ONE, Bea Gonzalez, Bridget Duckworth, Blake Joregenson, Chili Thom, Cheryl Wheeler, Christina Nick, Darby Magill, Eldon Beck, Elizabeth Harris, Eric Beckstead, Greg and Pat Griffith, Isobel and Don MacLaurin, James Stewart, Jeff Heintzman, Karen Love Protter and Nigel Protter, Kate Zessel, Katherine Fawcett, Leilani Finch, Lynn Pocklington, Marcelle Armatage Maeve Bellmore, Marjo Vierros, Mark Richards, Naomi Nafisa, Raff Vaz, Rich Glass, Shane Harle, Stacey Bodnaruk, Susanne Cipolla, Tara Ryan, Tazara Lopes, Toby Jaxon, Vanessa Stark.
The Gallery at Millennium Place chats with Whistler artist Baz Carolan in Episode #1 of the Backdrop Sessions