Wednesday | 12pm – 5pm
Thursday – Friday  |  12pm – 6pm

Saturday – Sunday  |  12pm – 5pm

Admission is free

Welcome to the Art Gallery at Evergreen.

Serving the Tri-Cities for over twenty-five years, the Art Gallery at Evergreen (AGE) engages visitors through curated exhibitions, activated by public programs and dynamic school workshops. The AGE focuses on contemporary art and ideas explored by professional artists working in all mediums. We believe that art is integral to the fabric of daily life and seek opportunities to connect people with artists and the creative process. 

Image: Installation View of Lyse Lemieux: So dawn goes down to day (detail), exhibition at the Art Gallery at Evergreen, Evergreen Cultural Centre, 2022. Photo: Rachel Topham Photography. 

Image: Installation view of Paths, exhibition at the Art Gallery at Evergreen, Evergreen Cultural Centre, 2024. Photo: Rachel Topham Photography. 

February 28 – May 05, 2024

Featuring artwork by: 

Anne Meredith Barry​Maxwell Bates​ | B.C. Binning​
Wayne Eastcott | Paterson Ewen​Angela George 
Graham Gillmore​John Hartman​ | A.Y. Jackson​
Jack Jeffrey | Russna Kaur | Mario Merola
Guido Molinari​ | Josie Papialuk​Ross Penhall​ | Bill Reid
Arnold Shives | Gordon Smith​Michiko Suzuki​
Charlene Vickers​ | Gu Xiong | Xwalacktun​ 

Slow Art Day:
Saturday, April 13, 12-5pm

About the Exhibition

Paths features artwork by twenty-two Canadian artists exploring paths, both real and imagined, through the mediums of painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, collage and printmaking. The exhibited works show us that a path can be used to communicate a direction, a line of thought or a plan for action. Paths can also be seen in representations of the natural world, taking the form of forest trails, migratory patterns, maps and waterways, as well as within our built environment. We can find pathways through abstraction by exploring gesture, pattern, line and form and we can seek our own paths of understanding through personal journeys and the creative process.  

While visiting this exhibition, we invite you to wonder with us: 
What path brought me here today? 
How do paths connect us to one another? 
How might we support the well-being of our lands and communities through paths of learning and action?  


Wednesday, 12 – 5PM | Thursday & Friday, 12 – 6PM | Saturday & Sunday, 12 – 5PM

Meet the Curator 

AMELIA EPP is a visual arts educator working as Program Coordinator and Teacher at Artists for Kids in the North Vancouver School District. She’s passionate about designing experiences for diverse learners of all ages to engage with art through hands on and embodied activities, conversation, and play. She has taught and coordinated educational programs in schools and galleries and has worked as a curriculum consultant and developer for arts non-profits and companies. Amelia has presented her curricula at provincial and national art education conferences and professional development workshops. 

Paths, a teaching exhibition organized and circulated by Artists for Kids and the Gordon Smith Gallery, is curated by Amelia Epp, a District 44 visual art teacher, to offer opportunities for cross-curricular, place-based inquiry as well as rich connections to social and emotional learning.  

Upcoming Events & Public Programs

april 2024

wed03apr10:45 amwed11:15 amLibrary Story Time at the Art Gallery at Evergreen10:45 am - 11:15 am(GMT-07:00)

fri05apr1:00 pmfri5:00 pmCreative Kits1:00 pm - 5:00 pm(GMT-07:00)

sat13apr12:00 pmsat5:00 pmSlow Art Day12:00 pm - 5:00 pm(GMT-07:00)

may 2024

sat04may2:00 pmsat4:00 pmWander and Words Workshop2:00 pm - 4:00 pm(GMT-07:00)


Wednesday, 12 – 5PM | Thursday & Friday, 12 – 6PM | Friday & Saturday, 12 – 5PM

Situated on the shores of Lafarge Lake in Town Centre Park, Evergreen Cultural Centre (ECC) exists on the unceded, traditional and ancestral core territory of the kʷikʷəƛ̓əm (Kwikwetlem) First Nation, which lies within the shared territories of the səli̓lwətaɁɬ (Tsleil-Waututh), Stó:lō, qiqéyt (Qayqayt), q̓ic̓əy̓ (Katzie), xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam) and Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish) nations in the region known today as the Tri-Cities.