Guided tours of our current exhibitions are offered every Saturday at 1 pm. These guided tours are open to the public and free with the cost of admission.
Private guided tours are an opportunity to deepen your experience and help you to engage with the exhibitions on display. After viewing the current exhibitions, tours groups have the option to participate in a complementary hands-on art activity. These tours are led by trained gallery educators.
Tours can always be customized to suit your group’s interests and needs, including:
- Seniors (independent and assisted living)
- ESL programs
- Visually impaired groups
- Teacher education programs
- Interior Health programs
- Staff retreats/development
If you are interested in booking or have further questions, please contact Laura Wyllie, Curator of Learning & Engagement at 250-762-2226 ext. 307 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Cost is $5 per person (Free for Gallery Members)
Minimum group size may apply. Please contact the Gallery for details.
Seniors from the Cottonwoods Pathways to Home Program experiencing a guided tour of the Jane Kidd: Curious exhibition.
A visually impaired group exploring Dylan Ranney’s outdoor installation titled Refuge.
A group of ESL students from Van West College Community Connections Program getting creative with some hands-on art activities in our Art Lab studio space.