Gallery Exhibit

The Arts Council of New Westminster aims to have exhibitions that feature a variety of visual arts by a wide range of artists from the Metro Vancouver region. The exhibition program aims to reflect both the cultural and artistic diversity of contemporary art and serve as an educational forum for New Westminster and surrounding communities. This program is open to applications from both established and emerging artists.

As a general rule, monthly exhibitions open on the first Wednesday of each month and close on the last Sunday of the month. The time between closings and openings is used for exhibition installation and, in some occurrences, for five-day pop-up exhibitions.

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Ekphrasticism: Painted Words

January 25, 2014

Paintings by Don Portelance  and Words by Candice James, Poet Laureate February 1st to 28th It’s a marriage of words and visual art, and it’s being brought to life in […]

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Thru the Years

October 27, 2013

The Arts Council presents the exhibition: Thru the Years by Artist Larry Tillyer Oct 29 – Nov 23,  1 to 5 (closed Mondays) About the Artist Larry Tillyer was born […]

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Exhibition – Nasser Ghaderi

October 2, 2013

Exhibition by Nasser Ghaderi October 1 – 26 About the Artist Ghaderi says, “Art is the gap between life and death. And painting is as simple and as complex as […]

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Passionate Outdoor Painters

September 1, 2013

Passionate Outdoor Painters present: “Through Their Eyes – Landscapes in Various Media” With artists Jane Appleby, Sue Cowan, Sahar McCullough, Sally Turton, Alison White and Randy Green September 3 – […]

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Looking Out My Window

July 28, 2013

“Looking Out My Window” by award-winning New Westminster artist, Frank Bennett July 30 – August 31 The exhibit is a collection of landscapes, figurative and abstract works. You are invited […]

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Hold On To The Good

May 31, 2013

You are invited to come and see the explosion of colour at the Arts Council Gallery June 1st to 29th 1 to 5pm. The exhibition is Hold On To The […]

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May 1, 2013

We invite you and your friends to the exhibition:  Imagine by artists Iryny Nikitinska, Sophie St-Pierre, and Roxsane Tiernan. April 28 – May 24. The show is a mixed media […]

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Inspired by Words

April 14, 2013

The current exhibition in our gallery is a mixed media show by several artists on the theme of Inspired by Words and is part of Lit Fest New West 2013. […]

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Seasoned Fibers

March 1, 2013

We invite you and your friends to the exhibition:  Seasoned Fibers by artist Donna Polos. March 5 – 30. “As my fabric painting has developed, so has my watercolour on […]

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October 15, 2012

October 30th to November 24th 2012, Tuesday to Sunday 1-5 pm The New Westminster Arts Council presents Marney-Rose Edge in a solo exhibition called Celebration, showing a collection of new […]

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Animal Beings

September 28, 2012

We invite you and your friends to a Gallery Exhibition of Paintings, Sculptures and Poetry:  ANIMAL BEINGS by international artist JOHANN PETER WIEGHARDT October 2nd to 27th “Within my work […]

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The Elemental Show

September 7, 2012

New West Artists Presents: The Elemental Show A two-venue exhibition that focuses on the concept of what each artist considers to be “elemental” to their art. 1) Arts Council Gallery, […]

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July 2012 Exhibition

July 5, 2012

In the Arts Council Gallery till July 28th This Exhibit features a multi talented trio: Wanda Doyle: Paintings, Acrylic and Oil Kay Austen: Stoneware and Porcelain Sharon Grimes Knox: Jewelry, […]

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Memories – Cheryl Nordvik

May 11, 2012

May 1st to 26th 2012 Tuesday to Sunday 1 to 5pm Opening Reception: Saturday May 5th 1 to 4pm Cheryl was born in England and raised in Norway. Cheryl is […]

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