Arts Whistler Reveals its Events Calendar for August, and it is Positively Loaded

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The GOODS from Arts Whistler

Whistler, BC | Arts Whistler is shining a spotlight on Whistler’s arts scene in August. The month is loaded with films, gallery and exhibit openings, local music, wine events, diverse programming for kids, and much more – all the things that make Whistler the vibrant and dynamic place it is. Check it out…

BEST PICTURE SERIES: HELL OR HIGH WATER
August 1 | 7pm | Whistler Public Library
In this film, two brothers come together to rob the banks that are foreclosing on their family land. The hold-ups are part of a last-ditch scheme to take back a future that was stolen from under their feet. Vengeance seems to be theirs until they find themselves in the crosshairs of a relentless Texas Ranger.

WHISTLER SUMMER CINEMA – WAYNE'S WORLD
August 2 | 8pm | Creekside (Base of Whistler Mountain)
The Whistler Film Festival and the Creekside Merchants Association present Whistler Summer Cinema. Movies start at dusk (around 8pm). Bring your own lawn chair or blanket. Food and beverages will be available for sale on site.

TEEN DROP-IN ART CAMPS
August 2-4 & 9-11 | 12pm-4pm | Audain Art Museum
Whether you are a skilled artist or a beginner our Teen Drop-in Camps offer exciting opportunities for youth ages 13-18 to experiment with art, creativity and ideas in our studio and gallery spaces.

WHISTLER PRESENTS OUTDOOR CONCERT SERIES: ELIJAH RAY AND QUIXOTIC
August 3 | 6:30pm | Whistler Olympic Plaza
Elijah Ray – Elijah Ray’s soul pleasing sounds showcase a wide scope of genres including soul,
world, funk, reggae, and hip hop. Quixotic – New York Times branded this group as an “innovative circus performance,” and Whistler can expect an extravaganza of performance art including aerial, dance, acrobatics, projections and experimentation.

WANDERLUST
August 3-6 | Throughout Whistler Village
Yogis from around the globe will be down-dogging, dancing, dining on organic delicacies, and sharing their wisdom in an amazing event across the entire community. This festival draws the world's leading yoga teachers, top musical acts, and DJs, renowned speakers, top chefs, and winemakers.

FINDING YOUR HOOPDANCE FLOW
August 3 | 2pm
This class is designed for those who already have basic hoopdance skills. We’ll explore transitions and sequencing of hoop tricks to find that seamless flow of hoopdance as we continue to add to your repertoire of skills. Available with purchase of day pass or festival pass.

WANDERLUST PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOPS
August 3-6
Explore the mountain while discovering your personal creative flare. Using the general rules of exposure, we’ll see how changing your perspective of the shot just might to the trick! Available with purchase of day pass or festival pass.

MY BEST PLAYLIST – YOGA MUSIC WORKSHOP
August 4 | 10am | The Nest
Join DJ Taz Rashid for a workshop on how to build a yoga music playlist. Learn how to break down your classes in a simple way, and easily build your favourite music into any practice. Available with purchase of day pass or festival pass.

WHISTLER PRESENTS OUTDOOR CONCERT SERIES: CON BRIO AND CHARLOTTE CARDIN
August 4 | 7pm | Whistler Olympic Plaza
Con Brio – This West Coast institution is the offspring of seven musicians with diverse backgrounds and a shared love for vibrant Bay Area funk and psychedelic-soul sounds. Charlotte Cardin – Named one of Spotify’s Artists of 2016, Charlotte Cardin will perform her brand of sultry, mesmeric electro-jazz.

WHISTLER MUSEUM'S ANNUAL LEGO BUILDING COMPETITION
August 5 | 2pm-4pm | Whistler Museum
The Whistler Museum will be hosting its 21st annual LEGO Building Competition! It is open for children under 15 and there will be many great prizes to be won! Children are given a set amount of time to create something following a given theme. After the time is up our judges will choose the top three children from each age group to win special prizes.

WHISTLER OUTDOOR CONCERT SERIES PRESENTS: RON ARTIS II & THE TRUTH AND CHARLES BRADLEY AND HIS EXTRAORDINAIRES
August 5 | 7pm | Whistler Olympic Plaza
Ron Artis II & The Truth – Original soul and blues sounds will power positive lyrics that resonate as Ron Artis II & The Truth brings the funk to the village. Charles Bradley and his Extraordinaires – This riveting live performer will bring the heat and fill the valley with his soaring voice. Charles Bradley was named to the top spot on Paste Magazine’s Best Live Acts of 2015 and Rolling Stone called his album, “Changes” one of the “Most Anticipated Albums of 2016.”

BEST PICTURE SERIES: LA LA LAND
August 8 | 7pm | Whistler Public Library
This film follows the story of Mia, an aspiring actress, and Sebastian, a dedicated jazz musician, struggling to make ends meet while pursuing their dreams in a city known for destroying hopes and breaking hearts.

FLAG STOP THEATRE CHILDREN'S CAMP
August 8-12 | The Point Artist-Run Centre
Popular children’s performer and theatre and art instructor Ira Pettle incorporates theatre, music and visual art into a fun five-days that culminates with a performance at the Flag Stop Festival!

SUMMER CAMP AT THE HERITAGE PARK
August 8-10 & August 15-17 | 10am-2pm | West Coast Railway Heritage Park
The West Coast Railway Heritage Park is excited to announce Summer Camps for children aged 6–9 years old! Camps will be packed full of fun activities! For more details, contact the West Coast Railway Heritage Park at (604) 898-9336. Spaces are limited.

WHISTLER SUMMER CINEMA – E.T. THE EXTRA TERRESTRIAL
August 9 | 8pm | Creekside (Base of Whistler Mountain)
The Whistler Film Festival and the Creekside Merchants Association present Whistler Summer Cinema. Movies start at dusk (around 8pm). Bring your own lawn chair or blanket. Food and beverages will be available for sale on site.

CRANKWORX WHISTLER
August 11-20 | Whistler Village
The defining celebration of mountain biking. Venues at the Whistler Mountain Bike Park will serve as a modern day Colosseum to the world’s best mountain bike athletes. Downhill, enduro, trials, pump track, whip-offs, music, art – this festival has it all. And don’t forget to sign up the little ones for Kidsworx.

DIRT DIARIES
August 15 | 8:30pm | Whistler Olympic Plaza
Celebrate the creative spirit and storytelling culture of mountain biking with sick videos produced by the top athletes and videographers in the game. Join in the bike-minded in Whistler Olympic Plaza to watch these teams battle it out for the top prize.

SAMSUNG DEEP SUMMER PHOTO CHALLENGE
August 16 | 8:30pm | Whistler Olympic Plaza
Five photographers. One wildcard contestant, three days in the epicentre of the Crankworx Worlds Tour: Whistler. This is one slide showdown to remember. When Deep Summer lights up Olympic Plaza, it leaves even the most seasoned Whistlerites looking at mountain biking’s West Coats haven with fresh eyes.

DRIVE IN MOVIE AT THE HERITAGE PARK: GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY 2
August 11 | Doors at 8pm, Film at 10pm | West Coast Railway Heritage Park, Squamish
$15 per carload, $5 walk-ins with chair. Popcorn snacks and beverages available.

FLAG STOP THEATRE & ARTS FESTIVAL
August 11-13 | The Point Artist-Run Centre
Featuring three days of live original theatre on the floating stage, lantern boat parade, roving musicians, children’s performance, dinner, and dancing to live bands in the heritage lodge and more!

ANGELA MORGAN: A WHISTLER SUMMER – EXHIBITION OPENING
August 12 | Adele Campbell Fine Art Gallery
Bike, Hike, Wine and Dine with artist Angela Morgan’s whimsical, travel-sized treasures. Join us at the opening from 2-5pm on Saturday, August 12th for a fun afternoon exploring this exhibition of new, summery smalls by the fabulous Anglea Morgan! Enjoy sampling delicious BC wines, compliments of Tyler Harlton (of TH Wines), who famously favours by-hand methods over machine to produce his vintages. Most exciting of all, Angela Morgan will be present and painting! Watch her brushes fly over the canvas, and ask the questions you always wanted to ask during her highly-anticipated demonstration.

ART ON THE LAKE: THE MAKER AND THE MUSE
August 12-13 | 10:30am-4:30pm | Alta Lake Station House
The Maker and the Muse is a creative journey. Responding to lessons designed to spark your curiosity, with the beautiful backdrop of Alta Lake, learn to tap into your creative wonder. Experimenting with a variety of tools and mediums students will leave refreshed with a new insight into how to connect to your inspiration and creative influence. Find out more.

SUMMER ART CAMPS – EXPLORING CANADA
August 14-18 | Audain Art Museum
What better way to celebrate Canada’s 150 th  birthday than to explore the historical and contemporary art of our Nation! Using our permanent collection as inspiration, children will reflect on the diversity and uniqueness of Canadian culture and landscape in the creation of their own artworks.

GARDEN GAMES FOR ADULTS
August 15 | 4pm-6pm | Florence Petersen Park
Garden Games for adults! Feel the urge for a summer game of bocce ball or croquet? The Whistler Public Library and Whistler Museum will be hosting Garden Games in Florence Petersen Park the third Tuesday of each month in the summer. Games and garden party treats are provided.

YOGA AT THE AUDAIN
August 16 | 6pm-7:15pm | Audain Art Museum
Nourish the soul with a yoga practice set amongst the inspiring artwork of the Audain Art Museum. Qualified yoga instructors will lead you through flowing sessions that center on the confluence of art and yoga. Each session will focus on the energy of a different gallery or artist. Classes are suitable for all levels.

KIDS KONNECT TOURS
August 19 | 12pm & 2pm | Audain Art Museum
The Audain's whimsical and enlightening docents will lead families on tours of the Permanent Collection and special exhibitions that have been designed and tailored to engage children. Activities, games and movement bring the works of art to life, encouraging new ways of looking and thinking about the world around us.

ART ON THE LAKE: A WEEKEND OF ZEN – THE ART OF HENNA AND INCENSE MAKING
August 19-20 | 10:30am-4:30pm | Alta Lake Station House
Day 1 with Nina Moore: Ancient, intricate, organic, and long lasting, yet temporary body art. Learn how to mix your own paste, roll a henna cone, create a successful henna design, and how to apply it. Day 2 with Hazel Eason: Learn the elements of traditional whole-herb incense-making from gathering ingredients to burning methods. Touch on the basics of scent-mixing and play with the world of herbs and their amazing natural properties.

ART ON THE FARM
August 20 | Across the Creek Organic Farm – Pemberton Slow Food Cycle
Art on the Farm is a hot feature of Slow Food Cycle Sunday, with art and crafts for sale and participatory fun for children. Meet some of our local visual artists and keep some space free in your bike basket to take art home. You’ll find our tents at the Across the Creek Organic Farm.

PEMBERTON SLOW FOOD CYCLE SUNDAY
August 20 | 9am-3pm | Pemberton Meadows Farmland
Pedal-powered trip through the natural buffet that is Pemberton Meadows Farmland which allows you to meet local growers and sample produce fresh from the field. It’s the Sea to Sky’s signature agritourism event and it’s held just 30 minutes north of Whistler.

FAMILY STUDIO SUNDAYS: INTO THE WOODS
August 20 | 1pm-4pm | Audain Art Museum
Let the inspiration and creativity flow in the art-making Studio! Once a month volunteers, artists, and facilitators will welcome and guide families through hands-on, engaging art projects inspired by our Permanent Collection and Special Exhibitions, holidays, and special events. Free for Museum members and with general admission.

SUMMER ART CAMPS – MATERIAL MASH-UP
August 21-25 | Audain Art Museum
A wide variety of materials can act as the building blocks for art-making. Thinking outside the box, children will explore the ways in which everyday objects and materials carry meaning with them, using them to create extraordinary, unexpected artworks.

WHISTLER WRITING SOCIETY AGM & WRITING WORKSHOP
August 22 | 6pm | Whistler Public Library
Come out and meet other writers at Whistler Writing Society's AGM, and stick around for a writing workshop with author kc dyer – The Peripatetic Writer: What to keep in mind when travelling for research. All welcome, free to attend, and no registration required!

FOREIGN FILM SCREENING: TANNA
August 24 | 7pm | Whistler Public Library
Set on a remote Pacific island, covered in rain forest and dominated by an active volcano, this heartfelt story, enacted by the Yakel tribe, tells of a sister's loyalty, a forbidden love affair and the pact between the old ways and the new.

DRIVE IN MOVIE AT THE HERITAGE PARK: ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW
August 25 | Doors 8pm, Film 10pm | West Coast Railway Heritage Park
$15 per carload, $5 walk-ins with chair. Popcorn snacks and beverages available.

WHISTLER PRESENTS OUTDOOR CONCERT SERIES: DELHI 2 DUBLIN
August 25 | 7:30pm | Whistler Olympic Plaza
This hybrid live-electronic act is famous for their energy onstage where the five-member crew blends a heavy electronic backbone with live traditional Indian instruments (dhol, tabla), fiddle, electric guitar, and the stunning Punjabi-English vocals of frontman Sanjay Seran.

BOWFEST ANNUAL COMMUNITY FAIR & PARADE
August 26 | Crippen Park, Bowen Island
Bowen Island’s annual parade and festival. At the BowFest field in Crippen Park, Bowen Island.

WHISTLER PRESENTS OUTDOOR CONCERT SERIES: ALAN DOYLE
August 26 | 7:30pm | Whistler Olympic Plaza
Best known as the lead singer of Canadian folk-rock band Great Big Sea, Alan Doyle and his ace six-piece band will fill Whistler Olympic Plaza with his rousing Canadian songs that evoke his ethos: we’re lucky to be here so let’s make the most of it.

GREAT CANADIAN LANDSCAPES
August 26-27 | 10:30am-4:30pm | Alta Lake Station House
The Canadian landscape has been immortalized by many great artists including the infamous Group of Seven and the magnificent Emily Carr. Learn how to create colourful, vibrant landscapes and develop your personal style. This workshop will focus on the basic elements and techniques needed to paint the natural environment. Through a combination of demonstrations, critique, and one to one collaboration students will improve their skills and learn to create incredible Canadian landscape paintings.

FUNCTION BLOCK PARTY
August 27 | 11am-5pm | Millar Creek Rd., Function Junction
Fully animated with flea markets, carnival games, live music, food truck vendors, a Kids Zone hosted by Whistler FM, BBQ, craft beer, and more!

OUTDOOR FILM SCREENING FOR THE LIBRARY'S BIRTHDAY
August 27 | 10am & 8pm | Florence Petersen Park
It’s time for the library’s third annual outdoor film screening, in celebration of their 31st birthday! This year, they’ll be screening "Hidden Figures", beginning promptly at 8 p.m. in Florence Petersen Park. Also don’t miss a musical puppet show with ventriloquist Kellie Haines at 10am on Library Plaza!

AWARE KIDS NATURE CLUB
August 27 | 11am | Whistler Public Library
For kids aged 6-11 interested in learning about the environment and Whistler’s natural surroundings. kids will take part in wild plant and animal programs, interactive crafts, games, plays, and imaginative activities.

SUMMER ART CAMPS – AUDAIN FINE ARTISTS
August 28 – September 1 | Audain Art Museum
Are you the next Emily Carr or Jack Shadbolt? Through the exploration of the innovative styles of various fine artists housed within the Museum, children will hone their artistic practice while boldly experimenting with an array of mediums.

COMMUNITY BOOK CLUB: SLEEPING GIANTS BY SYLVAIN NEUVEL
August 30 | 7pm | Whistler Public Library
Whistler Public Library and Armchair Books have joined forces to start a Community Book Club. Free and open to all, the club meets on the last Wednesday of each month.

ONGOING EVENTS

VALLEY OF DREAMS WALKING TOUR
Ongoing | 1pm | Whistler Visitor Centre
Join long-time locals on the Whistler Museum’s Valley of Dreams Walking Tour as they lead you through Whistler Village and uncover the pioneer history of the region, tales behind the development of the mountains and Whistler’ own stories of the 2010 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games. Stops include Village Square and Olympic Plaza, sit of the medal ceremonies in February 2010. Tours begin at the Whistler Visitor Centre.

MOUNTAIN GALLERIES AT THE FAIRMONT ARTIST IN RESIDENCE PROGRAM
On now – August 31 | Mountain Galleries at the Fairmont Chateau Whistler
Each month the artist chosen by Mountain Galleries will live and paint in the hotel for one week, working from designated areas throughout the hotel giving guests the opportunity to watch the art come to life from the first stroke of the brush.  

WHISTLER STREET ENTERTAINMENT 
Weekends, Now – September | Whistler Village 
Prepare to be entertained! From balloon twisters and fire spinners to Vancouver Symphony Orchestra quartets and professional dancers, Whistler Village is bustling with free street entertainment all summer long.

WORDS AND MUSIC
Mondays | 10am | Whistler Public Library
Head to the library with your 2-5 year old for a program that focuses on early literacy through music, rhyme,
stories, and movement. Find out more.

TOTS & TADPOLES IN FLORENCE PETERSEN PARK
Tuesdays | 11am | Whistler Public Library
Where nature meets rhyme and song! This program will be out in Florence Petersen Park giving children, parents, and caregivers the opportunity to learn songs, rhymes, and finger plays together in the great outdoors. For little lovers of the outdoors, ages 2 – 5 years old, and their caregivers. Join us every Tuesday from July 4 to August 29!

WHISTLER SINGERS
Wednesdays starting August 2 | 7pm-9pm | Whistler Museum
Do you love to sing? Join the Whistler Singers! This non-auditioned community choir has been singing in Whistler since the early 1980s. New members are always welcome. Drop by to check or contact the choir director, Alison Hunter whistlersingers@gmail.com.

TEEN CAFE
Wednesdays | 5pm | The Youth Centre at the Arts Centre
Teen Cafe is a program for youth going into grades 8 through 12. Check out different events each week from movie afternoons, scavenger hunts, trivia, crafting, creative writing to geocaching, and more.

PARENT/INFANT DROP-IN
Thursdays | 11am-12pm | Whistler Public Library
Make new friends! Parent/Infant Drop-in provides an opportunity to develop a supportive social network with other parents of young babies.

CRAFTS IN THE PARK
Fridays | 11am-12pm | Florence Petersen Park
This summer the Whistler Museum and the Whistler Public Library are teaming up for Crafts in the Park every Friday throughout July and August. Each week features a different craft for children ages 4 – 12 outside the Whistler Museum in Florence Petersen Park.

SINGING WITH THE BABIES
Saturdays | 11am | Whistler Public Library
Learn songs for soothing and entertaining babies while promoting language development. Bring your little one and let’s sing with the babies.

WHISTLER FARMERS MARKET
Sundays, 11am-4pm | Wednesdays, 2pm-7pm
A feast for your senses, the Whistlers Farmers Market features local produce, tasty food, local artisans, live entertainment and family activities along the beautiful Upper Village Stroll.

SUNDAY ARTIST DEMONSTRATIONS AT THE FARMERS MARKET
Sundays | 11am-4pm | Mountain Galleries at the Fairmont
Mountain Galleries’ 6th annual Sunday Artist Demonstrations at the Farmers Market showcases the diverse talent on Mountain Galleries’ artists. Each Sunday throughout the summer, they host one of the artist who will inspire and excite visitors with a blend of mediums and techniques.

SUNDAYS AT THE POINT
Sundays | 11am | The Point Artist-Run Centre
Every Sunday in the summer, rain or shine, join Whistler locals and visitors from around the world for live music on the back porch, art show inside the heritage lodge, Bocce and Brunch at the Cypress Point Café, best views in the valley, and swimming from the dock.

BRICKS 4 KIDZ
Sundays | 3:30pm | Whistler Public Library
Explore architecture, engineering, and technology concepts using LEGO® bricks. Students participate in sessions focused on exciting themes including Space, Inventions, Famous Buildings, and Natural Disasters. Registration required.

EXHIBITS

 

SUMMER SPOTLIGHT – CAMERON BIRD & VANCE THEORET
On now – August 6 | Adele Campbell Fine Art Gallery
Enjoy our Summer Spotlight exhibition of Cameron Bird’s vibrant and classically Canadian impressionist paintings, and Vance Theoret’s adorable soapstone and bronze animal sculptures. In the wake of the recent forest fires in Cameron and Vance’s home town of 100 Mile House, BC, the artists have each donated a painting or sculpture as a prize for a silent auction. All proceeds will go to the Canadian Red Cross, who are supporting the province of British Columbia in providing immediate relief and long-term recovery to those affected by the wildfires.

UMBILICUS: LIFE FROM THE INSIDE OUT
On now – August 13 | The Gallery @ Artisan Square, Bowen Island
Umbilicus: Life from the Inside Out is a show of fine felted sculptures, paintings, and images of babies, fetuses, eggs, wombs, pelvises, and umbilicals exploring birth, death, and life from the inside out.

LINES AND SHAPES
On now – August 16 | The Gallery at the Arts Centre
What do you feel when you see a circle, a square, a triangle? Are you affected the same way upon seeing an object with curves as you are by an object with sharp edges?  Lines, shapes have an endless variety of characteristics, each communicating different messages to the audience. Lines and shapes both have an array of meanings and help artists to build their “Visual grammar” or language.  Artists participating in the Lines and Shapes exhibition were given free range to explore the theme in any format, medium and subject matter.

EDWARD BURTYNSKY: THE SCARRED EARTH
On now – October 16 | Audain Art Museum
Edward Burtynsky, as a documentary photographer, has chronicled, over the past three decades, humanity’s influence over the Earth’s surface. Scarred Landscapes is an intimate look at how we, as a species, have altered our physical landscape through resource extraction.

SQUANDERER MURAL FESTIVAL
August 1 – September 30 | Squamish
In August and September of 2017, a group of juried artists and students will be tasked with painting large public murals in Squamish.

ANGELA MORGAN: A WHISTLER SUMMER
August 12-31 | Adele Campbell Fine Art Gallery
Bike, Hike, Wine and Dine with artist Angela Morgan’s whimsical, travel-sized treasures. Join us at the opening from 2-5pm on Saturday, August 12th for a fun afternoon exploring this exhibition of new, summery smalls by the fabulous Anglea Morgan! Enjoy sampling delicious BC wines, compliments of Tyler Harlton (of TH Wines), who famously favours by-hand methods over machine to produce his vintages. Most exciting of all, Angela Morgan will be present and painting! Watch her brushes fly over the canvas, and ask the questions you always wanted to ask during her highly-anticipated demonstration.

CIRCLES OF LIFE – KATHERINE LAFLAMME ART EXHIBIT
August 16 – September 10 | The Gallery @ Artisan Square, Bowen Island. In a world increasingly linear, let’s take a moment to remember the infinity of circles… and that straight lines, zeros and ones only exist as a construct.” Opening reception is Saturday, August 19, 4-6pm.

DETAILS

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Phone: 604.935.8410 | Email: info@artswhistler.com
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THE PEOPLE

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Executive Director: Maureen Douglas

ABOUT ARTS WHISTLER

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Creativity is in our nature. Discover it in yours. Arts Whistler is passionate about Whistler, about arts, and about making arts and culture an integral part of day-to-day life. Operating out of the Maury Young Arts Centre in the heart of Whistler Village, Arts Whistler runs a variety of creative classes, showcases an exciting lineup of live shows for the Arts Whistler Live!, and hosts year-round, free-admission exhibits in The Gallery supporting local artists and their craft. Annual events include the Whistler Children’s Festival, Whistler Street Entertainment, Arts Whistler’s Holiday Market, ArtWalk, and Art on the Lake. Arts Whistler creates bold, inspiring, and engaging experiences and supports an arts and culture sector in Whistler that’s welcoming, accessible, and collaborative.Arts Whistler supports the arts community with an emphasis on collaborative efforts including the Pop-Up Art Studio, the Cultural Connector project, and rotating exhibitions from Whistler artists in The Gallery at the Arts Centre.

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