Located in West Vancouver’s first heritage building, the Ferry Building Gallery presents up to 18 exhibitions annually to over 500 visitors each week. With its neighbouring pier, beach, and sidewalk attractions, it is the centre of the Ambleside Landing area as well as a hub for arts and culture in West Vancouver.
It is a public community gallery operated by the District of West Vancouver under the Parks, Culture and Community Services department. To support annual programs and services, the gallery is funded by the District of West Vancouver, earns commissions on art sales, is supported by sponsorships from local organizations and merchants, and receives donations from generous patrons.
The Ferry Building Gallery enlivens, enriches, engages, informs and educates the public by presenting a diversity of stimulating and quality juried exhibits and displays which maintain a standard of excellence.
The mandate of the gallery is to support the development of emerging and established North Shore, Sea to Sky, and Sunshine Coast artists and to present art lectures, tours, and programs that reflect the cultural diversity of the North Shore community and provide a range of enriching experiences.
Tu–Su: 10 AM–6 PM; M: closed
Note: gallery hours are subject to change; please call to verify hours before visiting.